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India TV Poll: Will Congress benefit in Rajasthan elections from the promises made in the manifesto?

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Mallikarjun Kharge and Ashok Gehlot releasing the election manifesto of Congress.

India TV Poll: The ruling Congress in Rajasthan released its manifesto for the assembly elections here on Tuesday in which it promised to provide interest-free loans of Rs 2 lakh to farmers, 10 lakh jobs in five years to the youth and Rs 5 lakh to small traders if they come to power again. Many announcements have been made including giving interest free loan up to Rs. Along with this, Congress has promised to double the amount of insurance cover to Rs 50 lakh in its ambitious Chiranjeevi scheme of free treatment, conduct caste census and make a law for the continuation of the Old Pension Scheme (OPS) for government employees. The party has also talked about giving reservation to minorities according to their population after the caste census. Now the question arises whether the promises made in the manifesto will benefit Congress in Rajasthan elections? India TV took the pulse of the public on this question through its poll, on which shocking answers were received.

Most of the people said – there will be no benefit

In our poll, we had asked the public that ‘Will the promises made in the manifesto benefit Congress in the Rajasthan elections?’ For this, we had given three options to the public – ‘Yes’, ‘No’ and ‘Can’t say’. The public participated enthusiastically in this poll. We got a chance to know the opinion of a total of 6476 people. In this poll, most of the people said that the promises made in the manifesto will not benefit Congress in Rajasthan elections.

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How was the result of the poll in statistics?

Talking about the figures, a total of 9065 people took part in this voting. Most of them, i.e. 70 percent, believed that the promises made in the manifesto would not benefit Congress in the Rajasthan elections. At the same time, about 27 percent people believed that the promises made in the manifesto would benefit Congress in the Rajasthan elections. Whereas three percent people chose the option of ‘cannot say’.

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