Congress party on Saturday, 10 November released its manifesto for Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections in Bhopal.
This comes two days after the party released its fifth and sixth list of candidates on Thursday, 8 November. According to the recent list, Arun Yadav will be contesting against Shivraj Singh Chauhan from Budhni.
The state of Madhya Pradesh goes for polling on 28 November and has three key contenders fighting for the post of chief minister.
Kamal Nath, while releasing the manifesto, said that if the party comes to power, electricity bill of farmers will be reduced by 50 percent. He also talked about loan waivers and reducing the petrol and diesel prices.
Jyotiraditya Scindia stressed over the employment issue in the state and said that the party would be working on generating more employment opportunities. According to him, it is not a five year deal, but rather the party will focus on fulfilling these tasks in a specific time.
Current chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan contesting from Budhni, Congress’ Kamal Nath from Chhindwara and Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia from Guna.
While the BJP is faced with many issues like anti incumbency, a recent ABP opinion poll in collaboration with Centre for the Study of Developing Societies suggested BJP’s win with just enough numbers.
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