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Wooing ends as Raj, Telangana head to booths

DNMUM427537 | 12/6/2018 | Author : DNA correspondent | WC :204 | India

BJP, Cong sparred in 5 states since Oct 7
State of Polls
With the closing of the last day of campaigns in Rajasthan and Telangana, parties brought down the curtains on an intense round of politicking with hundreds of rallies to woo voters in the poll-bound states.
While the Congress clutched at the Rafale scam, with party president Rahul Gandhi amplifying it to hit out at the Modi government, it later moved on to regional issues in different states.
In Telangana, Congress leaders spoke about the scams of the incumbent TRS government; in Madhya Pradesh, they trod the Hindutva path softly. An important promise was waiver of farmer loans. BJP’s narrative largely pitted the “naamdaar” (Gandhi) against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a man who has risen through the ranks. Time and again, the
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