Ashok Gehlot has already told the people of Rajasthan seven “guarantees,” or promises, that he will keep if the Congress wins again.
On Tuesday, the Congress unveiled its platform for the assembly elections in Rajasthan. The “Jan Ghoshna Patra” manifesto was released at the state party office by Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, Party in-charge for Rajasthan Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, State Party President Govind Singh Dotasra, Chairman of the Manifesto Committee CP Joshi, and Former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot.
Within the Rajasthan election agenda, the Congress also pledged a new plan for caste censuses and panchayat recruitment.
The Rajasthani people would be pleased with the manner we have handled the state’s financial condition. In Rajasthan, the per capita income has gone up by 46.48%. Our goal is to become the country with the highest per capita income by 2030. The state GDP hit 19.50 in 2020–21, the greatest level in the last ten years, Gehlot stated during the press conference.
In the event that the Congress is reelected, Gehlot has already made seven “guarantees,” or pledges, to the people of Rajasthan.
Among the seven “guarantees” are
₹10,000 per year as an honorarium to the female head of the household.
LPG cylinders for households ranging from ₹500k to 1.05k.
buying manure for ₹2 per kg from cow producers.
legislation for the previous government employee pension plan.
Tablets or laptops are given to students applying to government colleges.
Insurance pays up to ₹15 lakh per family to cover damages brought on by natural disasters.
as well as their English-medium schooling.
The manifesto for the BJP is already out.
Rajasthan’s assembly elections are scheduled for November 25 and December 3 for vote tallying.