Khammam: The partial manifesto announced by Chief Minister and TRS supremo K. Chandrasekhar Rao has given oxygen to the party candidates who have been campaigning for the last 30 days. The candidates, so far, have been unable to answer the questions being raised by voters during this campaign.
These queries and demands include clarification on whether the loan waiver scheme will be in the manifesto; allowance for the unemployed youth and allowing the weaker sections to construct double bed room or smaller houses in their own plots and increasing the salaries of outsourcing employees.
Pidamarthi Ravi, chairman of the TS Scheduled Castes Fibacial Cooperative Corporation and TRS candidate for Sattupalli said, “The partial manifesto of the TRS has given an impetus to the campaign. The allowance for the unemployed youth is being received well by one and all.”
The time gap before the voting date and the prolonged campaign by the parties have become a problem for candidates as various demands are coming from voters during their visits to habitations....