The ASP(K) also released its first list of 37 candidates for the first and second phases of UP election.
The Azad Samaj Party (Kanshiram) on Friday launched its manifesto for the Uttar Pradesh assembly polls, promising 80 lakh jobs, free education, and healthcare for all, writing off all farm loans and a law to prevent mob lynchings.
The manifesto was released by party president Chandra Shekhar Azad, who will be fighting his debut assembly poll from the Gorakhpur (Urban) seat, against UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
If voted to power in Uttar Pradesh, the ASP (K) promised to fix a minimum support price (MSP) for all crops and pay sugarcane farmers within 10 days. Keeping in mind the inflation, the party said all tolls would be made free for commuters.
The ASP(K) promised that the Muslim Wakf will be freed of mafia and government control and the benefits would be used for uplifting the community. After clearing encroachment on Wakf properties, schools and universities would be built on them, the manifesto said.
It also promised to pass an anti-mob lynching law under an independent panel of retired judges.
The party will also implement reservation in contractual government jobs for Class C and D and regularizing the job after 5 years of work.