The manifesto was released by the party President Makhdoom Amin Fahim at a press conference in Islamabad on Thursday.
Federal Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira, former prime minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani‚ Minister for Defence Naveed Qamar and Minister of State for Information Syed Sumsam Bukhari were also present on the occasion, according to Radio Pakistan.
The PPP pledges to increase minimum monthly wage to Rs18‚000 by 2018 and enhance cash monthly grant under Benazir Income Support Programme from Rs1,000 to Rs2,000.
The party in its manifesto also vowed to establish a new province in South Punjab by taking necessary constitutional measures.
It added that Sindh will get a special grant for Karachi under the new NFC Award as the city is a mega port and economic hub of Pakistan.
The manifesto pledged to eradicate polio from the country by 2018 and enhance security of polio workers.
It promises universal primary enrolment by 2018 and as many as 10‚000 higher education and technical vocation scholarships for FATA and Balochistan.
Labour representatives will get four seats in the National Assembly and two seats in each Provincial Assembly through legislation.
There will be renewed focus on housing and the poor will be given priority for low cost housing schemes to be launched through public-private partnership.
The party proposes to launch a youth employment initiative called ‘People’s Employment Programme’. Farmers will be supported by charging flat rate for electricity for tube wells and providing cheaper inputs.
Special Economic Zones would be established to promote industrialisation and create job opportunities.
The manifesto also pledges addition of 12‚000 MW of cheaper electricity by way of hydel‚ coal‚ gas and renewable energy by the end of next term of the Government.
National Commission on Minorities will be given statutory status and religious properties would be given protection.
The manifesto committed to build city-to-town and farm-to-market roads through public-private partnership.
It said the Party will ensure sustainable and responsible use of national resources to protect environment and provide water security through efficient water resource management.
The manifesto proposed seven core priorities that will protect and empower the people of Pakistan. The party will initiate key programme in first 100 days at the federal and provincial levels to implement these core priorities. These priorities include ensuring basic needs‚ empowerment of all citizens‚ equitable and inclusive growth‚ infrastructure for the future.