Guwahati: Veteran ABSU leader and President of United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL), Pramod Boro has announced to create ten thousand job opportunities and five lakh self-employment opportunities if the party is voted to power. Boro, who recently joined politics, is running for the office of the Chief Executive Member of BTC.
“We will create 10,000 job opportunities for the unemployed within a span of two years and around five lakh self-employment opportunities in five years if voted to power,” said Pramod Boro.
Boro has launched a massive campaign keeping the upcoming BTC Elections in mind to bring change in the region. In his rallies, Boro’s focus has been on uplifting the society from the grassroots level.
Boro’s recent campaigns have attracted large gatherings, particularly of women and youth who see the merits of his focus on creating jobs and developing horticulture, agriculture, handloom, and handicrafts infrastructure.
During his election campaigns, Boro has also announced to set up more than 100 skill-development and community colleges across BTR.
Boro also said to modernise the agricultural sector by equipping the farmers of BTR with state-of-the-art equipments, besides providing 100 per cent irrigation facilities in the fields.
He said, “We will also provide incentives to the farmers for promoting Organic Farming, which in turn would improve the quality of farm products.“
In addition to empowering farmers with new-age farming equipment and infrastructure, developing the neglected MSME sector is one of the key agendas of Boro’s campaign.
UPPL President said, “We will improve the road connectivity to all educational institutions of BTR. Appropriate measures would also be taken to improve the student-teacher ratio in schools and colleges to ensure quality education.”
Boro has also announced to provide free and fast Wi-Fi in every school, college, university and ITI. Digitalization is one of the top agendas of Boro and his party in the campaigns.
UPPL President said that the young students of the BTR should not trail behind and, to bring them on an equal footing with their counterparts, students must be provided with a level playing field.