Jaipur: The Congress in Rajasthan has sought suggestions of voters for drafting its manifesto, according to Sachin Pilot, state Congress president.
At a press conference on Friday, Pilot said it will a “people’s manifesto” drafted with the help of opinions and suggestions extended by the voters.
He also released a toll-free number where people can share their views on the party manifesto in the next seven days. “Based on these suggestions and opinions, our manifesto will be unveiled after Nov 15,” he said.
Pilot said the manifesto will be far from ‘jumlabaazi’ and will include “fair promises and not fake ones.”
Manifesto committee chairperson Harish Chaudhary said voters can share their opinions on WhatsApp, Facebook and other social media platforms.
Pilot said the party will come out with a report card of the ruling BJP government.