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Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley strongly opposed the promise of providing free electricity and other facilities to minority religious places in the Congress manifesto, saying that it is a divisive politics.
According to a report of News 18, in the draft of election manifesto of Congress in Telangana, there are promises like imams, payers of Rs 6000 per month for priests. At the same time, there is a promise of giving free power to minority religious places like mosque and church.
Upon coming to power, Congress has promised to give Urdu the status of 'second official language' and to issue all government orders in this language. The Congress has made many promises to Christians besides Muslims, which include Scheduled Caste status, two bedroom house for Dalit Christians, free education for their children and Health and Accidental insurance of five lakh rupees to the church priests.
On the question of Jaitley's release of the BJP's election manifesto, Rajasthan Gaurav Shankar-2012, on the question asked about the promises made for minorities in a Congress manifesto in Telangana, he said that it is wrong and Indian The Janata Party (BJP) is against it. He said that according to the Constitution no political party can promise to provide facilities on religious basis but Congress wants to share it with the society.
Referring to the problem of unemployment in the country, he accused the Congress of making those issues that people who were in the government for 70 years and who created this problem. He said that Congress gave slogans for poor deletion in 1971, but till date poverty could not be removed from the country. Rather tried to eradicate the poor
Regarding making the issue about the GST by Congress, Jaitley said that it is a good step for the economy and tax evasion has come in the grip. Apart from this, unnecessary tax burden has been reduced on three hundred more essential items and their scope of tax has decreased from 30 percent to 12 to 18 percent. The number of tax filers and tax payers has also increased to double.
On not being declared the Chief Minister's face by the Congress in the state, Jaitley said that Congress is bouncing on six six Chief Ministers so that they can get votes by keeping all the sections of society confused. Whereas BJP seeks uniform development of all the communities in society. On this occasion, Union Ministers Arjun Meghwal, Prakash Javadekar, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, BJP spokesman Sudhanshu Chaturvedi and Ankar Singh Lakkhawa were present.