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Nov 29, 2018
11:03AM

Congress releases its party manifesto for Rajasthan assembly elections

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Congress released its party manifesto for Rajasthan assembly elections today. Rajasthan Congress chief Sachin Pilot, former chief minister Ashok Gehlot and chairman of the manifesto committee Harish Choudhary released the manifesto in Jaipur this morning. It focuses on farmers, women and the youth. The party has promised to waive the loan of farmers and provide free education to women and jobs to youth. 


Mr Pilot said the manifesto was prepared after taking opinions from different sections of the society. He said that it is not an announcement but it is a commitment of the party. Congress also promised to give 3,500 Rs. monthly allowance to unemployed youths in the state. The party has promised to form an implementation committee for time-bound implementation of the manifesto.

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