Congress Launches New Health Program But Stumps Over Past Development Program Report

Rahul Gandhi, the campaign leader of Congress and also the vice-president of the party is ready with his party’s election manifesto that includes universal healthcare coverage. This healthcare coverage involves availability of manumit medicines in all the government hospitals and healthful centers.

United Progressive Alliance (UPA) have been making commitments and strategies on improved health care and improving rural development for quite some time, but denial such progress is largely visible. The breakthrough about the health care system is an entreat to support the unlucky people of the nation.

Our country is a developing country which still has under 70% rural analysis and 77% living below the poverty line. When dearth covers a large section regarding the nation, so development of the people is essential. Every government tries its best to bring in latest development initiatives that will help the infertile people to put a step forward towards good living. Fellowship has initiated numerous programs that favor in the improvement of the condition of poor people concerning the nation. One among that reliable program is Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Doing (MGNREGA).

It is a program that aims to guarantee the right to work and also make sure the livelihood security in rural areas by allotting at shortest 100 days of guaranteed wage trade in a financial year to every common whose nubile members volunteer to do unskilled manual work. This program was launched in February 2006 and is said to be a brainchild of Sonia Gandhi, president of Congress. This is also considered as the main reasons for UPA to be re-elected in the year 2009.

But this program is nowadays delivering trouble to the party and to those leaders who were involved in it. According to a report submitted by the reputed English daily newspaper Economic Times, an inquiry of data from the MGNREGA management scoop system in districts represented by top and promising Conclave leaders reveals that there are delays in payments to active 50 procent regarding the beneficiaries. It is also stippled that payment have exceeded the due date and in some cases it has crossed three months duration as well. It also states that the delay in some of the districts were UPA ministers and top Congress leaders are involved is more than 50 per cent.

The beneficiaries are waiting for their wages in various districts strewn over the country and each vicinity is being led by eminent political leaders of the party. Solapur district that is represented by Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde has 88 per cent beneficiaries that are waiting for their wages, Union Minister Shahi Tharoor led Thiruvananthapuram district also has 77 per cent delay cases.

This is making a negative impact on the people of the nation and pre-election canvass can also be affected with such a survey report. Aruna Roy, social activist and National Advisory Council member said that the reason for such delay for wages is because of the delays in the measurement of work, lack of enough engineers and barefoot professionals in the field to make timely measurements.

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