Lucknow: Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Thursday said that his government will fulfill all the promises made by him within two years instead of five years.

While addressing workers at party headquarters, he said that all departments must fulfill the promises made in party’s manifesto. Party spokesperson Rajendra Chaudhary and secretary SRS Yadav were present at the occasion.

SP chief further asked workers to communicate party’s achievements to common people.

While blowing party’s trumpet, Yadav said that Samajwadi Party government had given loan waiver to farmers worth Rs 50,000, and free irrigation facilities which are not provided in any other state. Girls’ education and unemployment allowance schemes have been introduced in the state during SP regime, he added.

He further stated that the amount provided under the scheme is higher than the assistance provided by any other state. A lump sum of Rs 30,000 has been allocated for girls’ education and unemployment allowance of Rs 1000 is given monthly. Yadav said that Muslim girls have also been given a total amount of Rs 30,000 for their education and marriage.

While hailing UPgovernment as people’s government, SP chief said that all the complaints and problems of the people are efficiently dealt and solved.

JPN/Bureau

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