During the manifesto launch, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot announced the intention to enact legislation to address the problem of paper leaks.
The Congress unveiled its manifesto today for the upcoming Rajasthan elections, with a primary focus on welfare initiatives for women and marginalized sections. The party has committed to conducting a caste survey if it regains power in the November 25 assembly elections. The manifesto includes assurances of a new employment scheme for panchayat-level jobs and the provision of cooking gas cylinders at ₹400 for beneficiaries of the Ujjwala scheme.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, during the manifesto launch, declared the intention to introduce a law addressing the issue of paper leaks. He urged everyone to support the return of their government, emphasizing the significant impact of schemes, laws, and guarantees implemented during his tenure. Gehlot assured that these guarantees would be fully realized upon the formation of the government.
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