BRS Election Manifesto

Bharat Rashtra Samiti (BRS) Releases Election Manifesto

In anticipation of the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections, the Bharat Rashtra Samiti (BRS) has unveiled its election manifesto, which focuses on addressing the rising prices of daily essentials. One of the key concerns highlighted in the manifesto is the increasing cost of cooking gas cylinders, which has placed a heavy burden on the common people. In response, the BRS has promised to reduce the price of cooking gas cylinders to Rs. 400, providing much-needed relief to the public.

Beyond Cooking Gas: Assurances for the Common People

The BRS manifesto not only addresses the issue of cooking gas prices but also includes a range of other assurances. Women in particular will benefit from a financial grant of Rs. 3,000, aimed at empowering them financially. Additionally, families categorised under the Below Poverty Line (BPL) will receive Rs 5 lakh in insurance coverage, ensuring their well-being and security. The party also plans to increase pension funds, providing enhanced financial support to the elderly.

Implementation of Beneficial Schemes

The BRS aims to implement various schemes that will improve the lives of Telangana’s residents. One such scheme is the KCR insurance scheme, which aims to provide 5 lakh worth of insurance to 93 lakh families with BPL ration cards. To ensure widespread coverage, the government will cover the premiums, amounting to Rs. 3,600 to Rs. 4,000. This initiative will significantly contribute to the social and financial security of the population.

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Enhanced Social Security and Future Plans

The BRS manifesto outlines two important schemes that will enhance social security. The Saubhagya Lakshmi Yojana promises a monthly financial support of Rs. 3,000 to BPL women living below the poverty line, in addition to affordable cooking gas cylinders priced at Rs. 400. Furthermore, the Asare Pension Yojana will witness an increase in social security pensions for various categories of beneficiaries. The current pension amount of Rs. 3,016 will gradually rise to Rs. 5,000 by March 2024, with a long-term goal of reaching Rs. 6,016 within five years, specifically for physically challenged individuals.

In conclusion, the BRS manifesto for the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections addresses the pressing concerns of rising prices and provides assurances in various areas, not limited to cooking gas cylinders. With the promise of financial grants, insurance coverage, and increased pension funds, the BRS aims to alleviate the burden on the common people and enhance social security for the residents of Telangana.

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