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    KCR devises ‘T Formula’ to outsmart Congress, taking inspiration from the Karnataka model

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    The BRS party in Telangana is preparing to confront the Congress party’s six guarantees with its own ‘Telangana Formula’. The details of this formula are being kept secret for now, but BRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao will announce it at a public meeting in Warangal in October.

    The ‘Telangana Formula’ will showcase the ‘Telangana Development Model’ and introduce new schemes when the election manifesto is announced on October 16.

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    The BRS believes that their counter-measure will be a fitting response to the Congress party’s guarantees, which were announced by Sonia Gandhi at a recent public meeting. They claim that the Congress’ approach from Karnataka will not work in Telangana.

    The BRS will explain to the people how KCR has been distributing the highest amount of pension to various groups, including senior citizens, single women, differently-abled individuals, and AIDS patients. They plan to modify existing pension schemes to benefit pensioners even more than what the Congress has promised.

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    KCR will also highlight the development model adopted by his government and explain why it is the most viable option for the entire country. He will address the financial challenges of implementing the Karnataka model that the Congress wants to emulate in Telangana.

    Additionally, KCR will explain why the promises made by the Congress are not feasible. For example, the promise of a Rs 12 lakh grant to each Dalit family cannot be implemented given the current financial conditions. The BRS believes that the sops proposed by the Congress for minority and BC communities are also impractical.

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