Congress vows to keep poll promises

Congress vows to keep poll promises
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TPCC president N Uttam Kumar Reddy on Saturday said that the party should make the promises which can be implemented, so that the trust of the people on the party can be retained intact Addressing the first meeting of the manifesto committee, presided over by former Deputy Chief Minister C Damodara Raja Narasimha, Uttam Kumar Reddy said, Congress means trust and said that people should believe

Hyderabad: TPCC president N Uttam Kumar Reddy on Saturday said that the party should make the promises which can be implemented, so that the trust of the people on the party can be retained intact. Addressing the first meeting of the manifesto committee, presided over by former Deputy Chief Minister C Damodara Raja Narasimha, Uttam Kumar Reddy said, “Congress means trust” and said that people should believe that promises made by the party could be implemented.

He made it clear that it was important to take the promises to the people and the committee should give its nod to the promises already made. The promises on loan waiver, minimum support price for agriculture produce, unemployment allowance, one lakh jobs, pensions, SHGs, free power, bicycles and others should be propagated. He urged the manifesto committee to have an in depth analysis of the issues by taking all the sections into confidence.

The manifesto of the party should be scripted with utmost care to instil confidence among the people. AICC general secretary R C Khuntia said the manifesto should be acceptable to all the sections of the people. He said the manifesto should win the hearts of the people.

Meanwhile, addressing the Election Commission Coordination Committee, Uttam Kumar Reddy said the voters registration and examination of EVMs would play a key role in the elections. He said he would give suggestions on them during the teleconference with the party cadre.

Khuntia alleged that lakhs of names of the voters had been deleted from the voters’ list. There were lot of bogus votes in the list, he said. He told the party leaders that examination of EVMs was quite crucial. The meeting was presided over by former Marri Shashidhar Reddy.

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