With the Karnataka Assembly elections set to be held later this year, all eyes would be on Congress party's manifesto and the vision document.
Congress manifesto for 2018 Karnataka elections has not been announced yet. You will find the manifesto here as soon as it is released.
Siddaramaiah-led Congress government has been in power in the state since 2013.
Karnataka elections will be a three cornered contest with the BJP and JD (S) also campaigning hard to return to power. The Congress had in its 2013 manifesto promised clean, stable, transparent, people caring and corruption free administration. The Congress had promised a number of programs aimed at farmers such as subsidy for drip irrigation and help to farmers in purchasing modern agricultural equipment.
The manifesto had also said that the Congress government would set up a veterinary hospital in every panchayat. It had also promised to provide drinking water to 'all villages and towns within 5 years'.
The Congress manifesto had announced to undertake a slew of measures to improve quality of life in urban areas. Congress had said that it would strengthen public transport system and construct multi-storey parking facilities to solve congestion problems. The manifesto had also promised a women's college in every district.
In a bid to improve health care facilities, the Congress manifesto had said that every Primary Healkth Care centre would be upgraded so that it has at least 20 beds and maternity ward.
It had also made several commitments towards rural development, promotion of Kannada culture and minority welfare.
2013 Congress Manifesto