The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam has promised to waive off all farmers’ loans and provide free WiFi at public spaces in its manifesto for the upcoming Tamil Nadu elections. Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Thursday released her party’s manifesto, which also promised to revoke Foreign Direct Investment in retail, allot 50% subsidy for women to buy mopeds or scooters and provide farmers with loans worth Rs 40,000 crore from 2016 to 2021.

Among other promises made by the party are free cell phones for all ration card holders, 10 lakh houses through various housing schemes, 100 units of free electricity every two months, free laptops with internet for students of Class 10 and 12, and uninterrupted power supply. AIADMK also assured voters that the government will pay the education loans of students who fail to find jobs, increase housing loans of government employees to Rs 40 lakh, and provide the poor with Amma Banking Cards to avail all government services, The Hindu reported.

The ruling party is the last in the state to release its declaration, among those contesting in the polls scheduled to be held in Tamil Nadu on May 16. AIADMK announced two separate manifestos for Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. The party has, so far, focused its campaigning based on what the government has done in the last five years.