Hyderabad. Telangana Congress may announce giving one tola (10 grams) of gold in the marriage of girls in its election manifestos. Students can be promised free internet. The news agency has given this news quoting Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee President D Sridhar Babu.
At the same time, a member of the Congress Manifesto Committee says that if we come to power, we will talk to service provider companies to provide free internet to the students.
KCR government is giving more than Rs 1 lakh to marriageable girls.
In Telangana, the government of Chief Minister and Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) chief K Chandrasekhar Rao is running Kalyana Lakshmi and Shaadi Mubarak schemes. Under this, an assistance of Rs 1 lakh 116 is being given to the girls of Telangana (who have completed 18 years of age) at the time of marriage. In this, help is being provided to those girls whose parents’ annual income is less than Rs 2 lakh.
BRS said- Congress can make any promise
On the possible promises of Congress, BRS spokesperson Shravan Dasoju said that the Congress government of Karnataka has failed to fulfill the election promises. They can promise anything except the moon. The Chief Minister of Telangana is known for his special schemes and their implementation. Chief Minister KCR brings such schemes for the poor which other parties cannot even think of. KCR is very generous and compassionate towards the poor.
Ruling BRS’s Rs 400. Promise to deliver cylinder in
Chief Minister KCR had released his party’s manifesto on Sunday 15 October. In this it was said that LPG cylinder will be given for Rs 400. It was also said that health cover of Rs 15 lakh will be provided.
It was also said in the BRS manifesto that under the Dalit Bandhu Scheme, every family will get assistance of Rs 10 lakh. Under the KCR Insurance Scheme, 93 lakh BPL families will be insured for Rs 5 lakh each. Social pension will be increased to Rs 5 thousand.
Elections announced in 5 states, results on 3 December: Voting on 17 November in Madhya Pradesh, 25 in Rajasthan, 7 in Chhattisgarh and 17 November.
On Monday 9 October, the Election Commission announced the dates of assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram. The election process in these states will last for 27 days. Voting will be held first in Mizoram on 7 November. After this, voting will be held in Madhya Pradesh on 17th November. Voting will be held in Chhattisgarh in two phases on November 7 and November 17. Then votes will be cast in Rajasthan on 25th November and Telangana on 30th November. Results will come simultaneously in all 5 states on 3rd December.
: Language Inputs
This post is sourced from newspapers, magazines and third-party websites. For more information please check NewsDay Express Disclaimer.