The TRS manifesto is a ‘carbon copy’ of the earlier one launched in the course of the 2016 GHMC polls, stated Union Minister of State for Home G. Kishan Reddy. “Only the paper on which it was printed is new. Just a few lines have been changed and the photographs are also the same. The same promises are being made this time too. Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao is under the impression that people have short memory and do not remember the earlier election eve promises, so the manifesto has been re-printed. If a lot of work was done in the past five years, why repeat the same promises, ”he questioned at a press convention on Monday.
The repeat of the manifesto solely exposes the hollowness of TRS authorities, he charged. “KCR has converted the city into a sorrow city due to deaths and destruction during recent floods instead of the promised ‘global city’, the Union Minister added.
Mr. Kishan Reddy sought to point out that free power supply to washermen community and barbers was also made in the last elections but was not fulfilled. “The sudden development of polls most likely didn’t give them adequate time to consider new schemes, so outdated ones have been repeated,” he claimed.
KCR was welcome to tour the nation and meet different Opposition leaders to vary the course of the nation, however first he ought to make clear the route during which Telangana improvement is headed. “People are no longer willing to trust him as he is not known to keep his word, be it giving government jobs or two-bedroom houses. He has this habit of blaming the opposition for no reason during the election time but no one is going to fall for his word play, ”he claimed.
The Minister stated the TRS authorities had not defined the place the ₹ 67,000 crore was spent for the dual cities and why it took greater than six years for the issuance of ration playing cards.