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Campaigning intensifies in Rajasthan and Telangana

Campaigning in poll bound Rajasthan is at its peak now. Heavyweights of all parties are traversing the length and breadth of the two states to reach out to the electorate.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi hit the campaign trail by addressing the first rally of the day in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. PM directly accused the Congress of spreading lies.

BJP President Amit Shah held a poll rally in Rajasthan. He started with his campaign in Chhattisgarh.

Prior to the rally, Amit Shah offered prayers at Sawalia Seth Temple. Following prayers, Amit Shah held a poll rally in Chittaurgarh BJP President Amit Shah slammed the Congress. He said that Congress has not yet finalised its leader, but still it is just dreaming of coming to power in Rajasthan.


Union Home Minister and Senior BJP leader Rajnath Singh will address rallies at different places including Rajsamand, Dungarpur andQW Jhalawar.

Addressing an election rally on Sunday in Alwar, Rajnath Singh claimed that voters’ mood is in favour of BJP and this time also, the party would form the government in the state.

Rajnath Singh also addressed a press conference in Jaipur in Rajasthan.

He accused the Congress of making hollow promises to garner support for assembly polls.External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj targeted Congress Party and said it wants to deviate BJP from the path of development.

Addressing a press confrence in Bikaner the senior BJP leader said that, BJP has been working for the development of Rajasthan continuously. She expressed hope that BJP would return to power in the state.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi while addressing a rally in Gadwal in Telangana directly hit out at KCR.  He levelled serious charges of corruption against KCR government in Telangana and said that  KCR misled the people on Palamur Rangareddi project.

Meanwhile, the Telangana Rashtra Samithi released its manifesto for assembly polls on Sunday. The TRS manifesto promises reducing the age eligibility for old age pension from 65 to 57 years and giving unemployment allowance of Rs 3016. Besides, it also promises loan waiver up to Rs 1 lakh for farmers. Further, TRS also promises to establish food processing units across the state. TRS also said that party will continue to press and fight for implementation of 33% reservation to BCs and 33% reservation to women in legislatures.


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