Imphal, March 2,
Manipur Democratic People’s Front (MDPF), has announced to field Dr. G. Tonsana Sharma as the candidate for the upcoming 17th Lok Sabha Election 2019 in the Inner Manipur Parliamentary constituency. MDPF is a State Political Party floated in the year 2009 and registered with the Election Commission of India (ECI) in 2011 on 25th April with its head office located at Larikyengbam Makha Leikai, opposite 33 KV Substation, near Lamlong bridge, Khuman Lampak in Imphal East District.
The MDPF Parties Election Manifesto has also been announced. The Manifestoes includes protection of the territorial integrity of Manipur and the survival of its people in peace and harmony by improving its law and order through good governance; improvement of the state of Manipur society, political and economically through the means of provisions as enshrined in the Constitution of India most importantly by harnessing God gifted natural resources available in the state in Manipur such as agricultural resources, mineral resources, water resources, forest and environmental resources including flora and fauna; improvement of the standard of living of the people of Manipur through education, health care and modern technology; safeguarding the interest of the local people as is required in a welfare state and through means of doctrine of “citizen be secured” as is depicted in the civilized nation (including CAB 2016 and Scheduled Tribe status demand compatible to International Humanitarian Law). The election manifesto further include to enrich the state exchequer through the means green revolution, while revolution, blue revolution and yellow revolution which are essential of mankind for day today living and also to encourage industrialization in the state through means of our resources/raw materials available in the state small scale and medium scale industries.
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