Manifesto for the. 16th Lok Sabha Elections, Part I. Introduction. The people of India are going to the polls to elect the 16th Lok Sabha. These elections are. What is required are alternative policies in the realm of the economic, social and political. The CPI(M) and the left parties have set out such an. Last Published: Fri, Mar 21 12 51 AM IST. AnujaLiz Mathew. The party’s election manifesto was released at the party headquarters in New Delhi by CPM .

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Any party that can achieve this would be doing India a great service. For resource mobilization, it proposed restoring long-term capital gains tax and increasing securities transaction tax and plugging the Mauritius route for channelling investments by reviewing the double taxation avoidance agreement.

Thu, Mar 20 However, it remains to be seen, when that party comes in power, what do they do vs. The CPM, which has been opposing the neo-liberal economic policies of the Congress, has proposed a number of steps for containing price rise, including reversing the deregulation of petroleum product prices and reducing excise and customs duties on them. Special attention to the Himalayas. Yes, I just hope the National Solar Mission is continued and cleaning up of rivers is finally initiated.

Fri, Mar 21 The CPM has been emphasizing on alternative policies as the way forward against issues such as corruption, price rise and unemployment. The AAP has one section fully dedicated to environment. The CPM, which has had repeated electoral failures sincehas not succeeded in joining hands with any regional parties for a formal seat sharing.

Promotion of carbon credits the market is dead internationallypromotion of agro, social forestry etc. Amendments in the Land Acquisition Act. Banning futures trade in agricultural commodities, enlarging the resource base by taxing the rich, corporate profits, cracking down on black money and money laundering as well as increasing public investments in agricultural production are the other proposals made in the manifesto.


To increase its current tally of 16 in the outgoing Lok Sabha, the party is pinning hopes on its key states West Bengal, Kerala and Tripura, which together send 64 members to the lower house of Parliament.

CPI(M) – Manifesto for Lok Sabha – The Hindu Centre

Consent of gram sabhas in case exploitation of resource leads to displacement of communities. The table below presents the Congress viewpoint on environment- Replication of plans like National Ganga River Basin Authority to clean major rivers of India.

Tackling depletion of ground water through more effective regulation, strengthening regulatory bodies and appropriatelegislation. UC Irvine researchers develop new material that can eliminate glare from solar cells.

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Crude oil prices to direct sugar prices in The Congress manifesto is very general and does not bring specifics with regard to environmental conservation. The left has a history of manifezto land reforms in West Bengal, the state which returned them to power multiple times.

Add a Comment Cancel reply. It is by far the most detailed and comprehensive commitment by any political party which is perhaps not surprising because the communists keeping their faults aside are high functioning intellectuals and academics. Their manifesto came out very late but the table below presents it in brief. One person to be given employment and it manivesto be mandatory.

A very good compilation of environment agenda of the parties. So the great Indian election circus is back and we thought it would be a good idea to go through the election manifesto of major political parties to sift through and find what their stand is on environmental issues.

Thankfully, in a country where every government reverses the policies of the previous party, the BJP has expressed its commitment to take the National Solar Program forward.

CPI(M) – Manifesto for Lok Sabha 2014

Treating mmanifesto as a scarce public good, in such a manner as to increase water re-charge and water conservation while simultaneously enhancing water availability for domestic use, irrigation and industry through effective regulation and demand management; equitable provision of potable drinking water to all habitations to be accorded priority. A pro active environment minister would definitely help the cause. National Solar Mission to continue and a new wind mission to be launched.


Read more about it here. The Congress brought the historical legislation Forest Rights Actinto being the. The BJP has a very detailed section on energy, environment and natural manifesyo but just like the Congress, it is a bit general and does not spell out specifics. Click here for enlarge.

The CPM also launched its election website with details on its campaign, contestants, and issues it is highlighting. Data on natural resources to be placed in public domain. Skip to content Parliament Of India So the great Indian election circus is back and we thought it would be a good idea to go through the election manifesto of major political parties to sift through and find what their stand is on environmental issues.

It will field around candidates, the highest in its parliamentary history, in the April-May election, Karat said. The environment needs higher priority than many other tasks and the next government should show its seriousness by appointing a mature and environment conscious person as an environment minister not like the ones we had in the recent past.

What the manifesto of major political parties says about the state of environment

It brought in the NGT which although formally declared has not really found its voice. Prakash Karat said the main political parties were neglecting key issues related to the electorate.

The main theme 214 to be the devolution and decentralization of powers to gram sabhas which if enacted will be a revolutionary step. CPIM surprisingly has an entire section on environment and a separate section on water resources.