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CPI-ML releases manifesto

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NEW DELHI NOV. 18. Promising to transform the Capital with the agenda of "Better Delhi for the Working People", the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation today released its manifesto for the Delhi Assembly elections.

The party has fielded four candidates for the polls - party's State committee member and AIPWA state secretary, Sunita, from Mandawali; social activist and lawyer, Ram Kumar Prabhakar, from Narela; state committee member, Ram Abhilash, from Rohtas Nagar; and party activist, Jitendra Kumar, from Patparganj.

Releasing the manifesto, the party state secretary and member of the Central Committee, Rajendra Pratholi, said the party would initiate strong steps against the corrupt management of the state corporations and bureaucrats in the state administration. "We will also put an end to privatisation of the power sector and the Delhi Transport Corporation, ensure resumption of power supply to the slums, resettlement of those living in unauthorised colonies and stop slum demolition drives.

"The working people of the Capital have been waging a constant struggle against the Central and State Governments over the last few years for getting basic civic amenities such as power, water, roads, education, housing," the manifesto states, adding that the party would also ensure proper implementation of the Right to Information Act for the dissemination of information to the public, work for handing over of Delhi police to the State Government, formulation of people's housing policy and a worker-friendly policy.

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