CM KCR released BRS manifesto on Sunday, promising several freebies and welfare measures, with an aim to win over voters. BRS manifesto consisted of promises like an LPG cylinder for Rs 400, increasing the pension amount, hiking Rythu Bandhu amount and others.
As soon as the manifesto was released, BRS leaders and cadres praised it and made efforts to spread it on media and social media. They called it the best manifesto, which promises a bright future for the people of Telangana. But then problems arose from opposition parties and social media users, many termed the BRS manifesto as a ‘copy paste’ of Congress promises.
“KCR has lost his mind and vigour and already conceded defeat. The manifesto of BRS itself proves how lacklustre BRS leaders are. The BRS party has just copied the promises and assurances made by the Congress party and included them in their manifesto. This shows that KCR and his partymen are not even serious about the manifesto, which is of utmost significance in electoral democracy,” said Telangana Congress president Revanth Reddy, alleging plagiarism.