Desh Duniya Samachar

AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal is set to attend the ‘Vikas Kranti’ rally in Punjab, joining Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann to launch development projects worth Rs 900 crore in Hoshiarpur.

In Telangana, a day after the Congress unveiled its manifesto, the BJP is gearing up for its manifesto launch on Saturday, just a month before the November 30 elections. Union Home Minister Amit Shah is scheduled to release the manifesto at 5.30 pm after addressing rallies in Gadwal, Nalgonda, and Warangal constituencies.

Despite being the last major party to announce its manifesto in the state, the BJP has already made significant promises, including the commitment to appoint a Backward Class (BC) Chief Minister if voted into power. The party has also addressed the concerns of the Madiga community, a significant Dalit group in the state, by promising to examine sub-categorization for them.

However, the Congress has set a high benchmark with its manifesto released on Friday, positioning itself as the primary contender against the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS). The Congress has made substantial promises across various voter segments, including women, farmers, and specific caste groups. Key assurances include monthly allowances for women, financial aid for farmers, free electricity, housing assistance, student aid, and monthly pensions for senior citizens, widows, and people with disabilities. The Congress has also pledged to waive farm loans up to Rs 2 lakh.

In Rajasthan, BJP President J.P. Nadda will participate in three public meetings on Saturday in the Bilara, Osian, and Jaisalmer constituencies ahead of the November 25 polls.

Meanwhile, away from the election buzz, Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal, currently facing issues with the Enforcement Directorate (ED), is slated to attend the ‘Vikas Kranti’ rally in Hoshiarpur, Punjab. Alongside Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, they will inaugurate development projects totaling Rs 900 crore.

These political events unfold as the electoral landscape in various states undergoes dynamic shifts, with parties making last-minute efforts to sway voters and present their visions for governance.

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