he Congress, which is on a downslide, has gone back to its old tactics to woo the minority community. In the middle of the ongoing General Elections the grand old party has released an additional manifesto promising quota for Muslims hailing from other backward classes (OBC), a newspaper report said on Friday.
The CPI-M, which recently aligned with 10 other political parties to further push the Third Front to ensure the formation of a non-Congress, non-BJP government at the Centre, on Thursday released its election manifesto.
Former RTI activist and politician Arvind Kejriwal will on Monday release the election manifesto of his political outfit Aam Admi Party (AAP), which promises cheap electricity, regular water supply and affordable housing for Delhi residents.
The Congress on Wednesday released its election manifesto, which promised interest-free loans to farmers, free laptops to pre-university students and rice at Re one per kg to BPL card holders if it came to power in Karnataka.