Revanth Reddy, the Telangana PCC chief, accused the ruling BRS party of copying the Congress manifesto. He challenged Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to promise that his party will not engage in violations, such as distributing liquor to voters.
Reddy claimed that KCR copied the six guarantees announced by the Congress. He questioned the party’s dedication to the citizens and stated that the BRS, which has lost credibility among the people, couldn’t even come up with an original manifesto.
Reddy pointed out some examples where the Congress had made promises first, and then KCR promised more. He felt that instead of fulfilling their previous promises, the BRS was trying to deceive the common man once again. Reddy criticized KCR and his party for being parasites and not showing sincere concern for public welfare.
Reddy also claimed that the Congress was ahead of the BRS in terms of candidates, as KCR was giving B-forms to 51 candidates on the same day when Congress released its first list of 55 candidates. He threw a challenge to KCR, daring him to promise that his party would not use liquor for gaining votes this time.
Reddy stated that he would be present at the martyrs memorial on October 17 to take the undertaking from KCR, questioning whether he would fulfill his promise.