Congress emerges victorious in the manifesto competition.

Congress state PCC president A. Revanth Reddy emphasized their strategy of not announcing candidates but offering six major guarantees to the people of Telangana, contrasting it with the BRS’s focus on candidates over a manifesto or major promises. The Congress highlighted their priority to serve the people, while accusing the BRS of seeking power for personal gain and the BJP of lacking both candidates and a manifesto.

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The Congress believed that their emphasis on promises had gained the trust of the people, referencing previous electoral successes. The BRS, famous for its “Neellu, nidhulu, niyamakalu” slogan, had previously centered its agenda on promises of welfare and development, which played a crucial role in the Telangana statehood movement.

The Congress leader acknowledged that some of the BRS’s life-changing promises, such as 2-bedroom houses and free education, had raised hopes but often ended in disappointment. The Congress, in contrast, unveiled six guarantees addressing various sections of society and believed they were practical and achievable.

The BRS and BJP criticized the Congress promises as unrealistic, but the BRS later decided to refocus on its own set of promises in response to shifting public sentiment and anti-incumbency factors.

The BJP opted not to engage in the “freebies race” and instead focused on good governance and highlighting the Centre’s contributions to Telangana’s development, while also criticizing the BRS government’s failures and alleged corruption.The significance of key promises in influencing elections remains uncertain, but in Telangana, they hold considerable importance.

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