Congress-TDP alliance is unholy: Rajnath Singh in Telangana 

WION Web Team
New Delhi, Delhi, India Published: Dec 01, 2018, 09.02 AM(IST)

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The minister added that the alliance is not formed for the development of the nation but to stop the BJP and PM Modi.  

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said that the Congress-TDP alliance in Telangana is "unholy." Singh's comments came during his address in Warangal. 

The minister added that the alliance is not formed for the development of the nation but to stop the BJP and PM Modi.  

"The alliance of Congress and TDP is an unholy alliance. These parties have formed this coalition, not for the development of the country rather it is an alliance to stop BJP and Modi," he stated. 

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Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday released its manifesto for poll-bound Telangana, promising farm loan waiver up to Rs two lakh, free laptops to degree students, regulation of liquor sale and free distribution of cows to one lakh people every year.

Alongside free laptops to degree students, the manifesto said girl students from the seventh standard to 10th standard will get free cycles. Girl students of degree and above courses will get 'scooties' (two-wheelers) with 50 per cent subsidy.

It also promised free houses to all eligible poor by 2022. Financial assistance of Rs 5,000 per month would be paid towards rent till the construction of such houses, it said.

Telangana will go to polls on December 7, votes will be counted on December 11. 

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