Ghaziabad: In an endeavor to garner support for the remaining two phase polling, Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on the last day of campaigning for the sixth phase of polls promised pension to old and unemployment allowance to unemployed, if voted to power.

“We will give Rs one thousand per month continuously for 40 years to all unemployed youths,” he said while addressing an election rally in Ramlila Maidan near Ghanta Ghar in Ghaziabad.

He also said that if anyone found creating chaos in the developmental works including SP leaders will be sent to jail.

The former Chief Minister further assured to restore law and order and uproot corruption and lead the state on the path of development.

Attacking the ruling Congress at the Centre and the BSP in the state, he urged people to vote for SP candidate promising the development of the state.

He also announced free treatment to poor in government hospitals.

Yadav also promised to waive off Rs 50,000 loans on farmers and to provide power and water free of cost for irrigation.

“The SP will distribute solar rickshaw to rickshaw drivers,” he said.

He further accused Mayawati of wasting Rs 40,000 crore on parks and statues.

The sixth phase polling will be held on Tuesday.

(JPN/Bureau)