BJP RELEASES MANIFESTO IN CHHATTISGARH, PROMISES NAXAL-FREE STATE

Speaking on the manifesto, Chief Minister Raman Singh said that the free salt Yojana will continue and small and landless farmers over the age of 60 years will get Rs 1,000 as pension.

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Raman Singh PhotoRaman Singh: Raman Singh is an Indian politician and is the Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh state since 7 December 2003. He is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
- Raman Singh Wikipedia
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Yojana: A Yojana is a Vedic measure of distance that was used in ancient India. It is equivalent to about 8 miles as per modern measures of distance, though the exact value is disputed among scholars .