YSRCP Chief Jagan Mohan Reddy has announced that he would release his party’s manifesto today and as said the manifesto is now out into the public.
It seems, TDP is waiting for YSRCP manifesto, and then commit on the appropriate changes. The TDP manifesto which was out today after YSRCP’s manifesto, without any prior notice, replicated his opponent’s party manifesto or to say they just increased the value of sops that Jagan announced in his manifesto. It can be observed that almost every point YSRCP mentioned in their party’s manifesto has been replicated by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu.
Here are the major highlights in TDP manifesto:
1) Loans for the farmers with zero interest.
2) Chandranna Bheema rise from Rs.5 lakhs to Rs.10 lakhs
3) 12 hours free electricity for the irrigation.
4) Rs.3000 as unemployment allowance and intermediate will be its eligibility
5) Huge data centre establishment in Vishakhapatnam
6) Free cell phones for DWCRA women.
7) Micro-irrigation development
8) With Rs, 5,000 crore price stabilization funds will be provided for farmers
9) Annadatha Sukhibhava scheme applicability to the farmers annually.
10) Rs. 3000 as old age pension and eligibility age decreased to 60.
11) Fight for triple talaq and 4% reservations for Muslims
12) Rs 3,000 pension for mental disabilities
13) Food parks will be set up in Nellore, Kadapa, Vizianagaram cities
14) Free laptops for students from Intermediate
15) CPS pension policy will be cancelled for government employees
16) MGNREGA will be linked to Agriculture
17) Chandranna Pelli kanuka increased to Rs 1 lakh
18) 50% subsidy for minority youth to buy rickshaws and electric vehicles
19) Free health insurance for Handloom workers
20) BC development bank with Rs. 10000 crores investment
21) 25% subsidy for self-employment to buy vehicles like Innova
22) Will ensure no water problem in the coming five years
23) Establishment of small and medium scale industrial parks
24) Financial assistance for abroad education
25)Establishment of incubation centers and food processing units at every district