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Rajasthan Assembly Elections 2018: Unlike BJP, Congress won't make false promises in poll manifesto, says Sachin Pilot

Promises that can be fulfilled right after coming to power will be announced in the manifesto, Pilot said.  

Edited by: India TV News Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: October 14, 2018 21:18 IST ]
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Congress won't make false promises in Rajasthan election manifesto: Sachin Pilot

Unlike the BJP, the Congress will not make fake promises in its manifesto for the upcoming assembly elections in Rajasthan, state Congress chief Sachin Pilot said on Sunday, adding the party will take feedback of all stakeholders.

He further said suggestions by the stakeholders will be provided to the election manifesto committee for incorporation.

Addressing a press conference after a marathon meeting of party's election coordination committee in Jaipur, Pilot said Congress will not make false promises, tell lies and create confusion of statistics in the election manifesto.

Promises that can be fulfilled right after coming to power will be announced in the manifesto, he added.

Senior Congress leaders, including Ashok Gehlot, Avinash Pandey, Rameshwar Dudi among others were present at the meet.

Pilot further elaborated the election campaign plan of the party and said the work of the campaign committee will be decentralised in all seven divisions.

The work will take into account the views of the masses, he said.

Giving the slogan 'Booth Jitao, Bhrashtachar Mitao', he said the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will be "exposed with facts" at all the 51,000 polling booths on October 21.

After coming to power, the Congress will reprimand those involved in corruption and not work with a vendetta, Pilot said.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi would visit the state in the third week of October as part of his 'Sankalp' rally, confirmed Congress national general secretary Avinash Pandey, who is also Rajasthan in-charge.

Rajasthan would go to polls on December 7 and the counting of votes will be done on December 11.

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