He said booth-level committees had be formed in almost 90% of the polling stations across the State with each committee comprising 14 members.
These members would ensure that at least 25 people from each booth would be enrolled under the Shakti programme, he said.
Simultaneously, the party was planning to complete the next phase of Praja Chaitanya Yatra which was stopped in view of the rains that lashed the State in the next fortnight and this would be followed by another mass contact programme, door to door campaign soon.
Mr. Reddy alleged that the Government had cheated people through its fake promises all through the more than four-year rule and was gearing up for an early poll with the fear that the people could question the government on its failure to fulfil the promises made to different sections.
He charged the Chief Minister with indulging in intimidation and harassment of those opposed to the “wrong policies” of his government or they were lured into the TRS with money or posts.
The Congress was committed to fulfil the promises like doubling pensions to different sections and taking steps to create employment opportunities in public and private sector besides providing unemployment allowance of Rs. 3,000 to 10 lakh unemployed youth, he said.
Source: Read Full Article