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Dec 01, 2018

Rajasthan: BJP, Congress deputed many central leaders to lead election campaign

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In Rajasthan, Both the main parties BJP and Congress have debuted many central leaders to lead the election campaign. BJP President Amit Shah is addressing series of meetings today in the state.

Addressing a rally in Phalodi Mr. Shah said that the centre is working for welfare of every section of the society, especially for farmers and women.  Mr. Shah will also address rallies at Balotra and Baytu of Barmer district and will do roadshow in Barmer.

On the other hand, Congress President Rahul Gandhi accused BJP of unemployment and poor condition of farmers. Addressing a political rally at Bhilwara, he alleged that Farmers and youth are facing huge problems... 

Meanwhile, Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj, Smriti Irani, Col. Rajyawardhan Rathore, Prakash Javdekar along with state leaders are heading the election campaign of the BJP. 

Senior Congress leaders Navjot Singh Sidhu, Bhupendra Singh Huda and Raj Babbar are scheduled to address public meetings at various places across the state. 

In Telangana, the electioneering has reached a crescendo as only five days left for campaigning for the Assembly elections. The top leaders of all major parties including Telangana Rashtra Samithi, Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party, Telugu Desam Party and others intensified their campaign.
Senior BJP leaders Rajnath Singh, who campaigned for two days addressing about 10 rallies sought a public mandate for BJP for a change. 
Targeting the BJP and Congress, TRS Chief Chandrasekhar Rao has been urging people to give fresh mandate to his party so that it can continue the works that are already taken up for making the sate a ‘golden state’. 
Intensifying the campaign to bring down the TRS rule, the Congress-led Praja Kutami yesterday alleged that the TRS chief mingled with the BJP to escape CBI probe over his misappropriations earlier as a central minister.

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