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Who will stop political parties from making fake promises?
The promises given by the contesting political parties are beyond their capacity. Although the election commission has warned they do not care. If Supreme court intervenes it may be stopped.

All parties except YSR Congress, are promising waiver of agricultural loans. So far the TRS party has included in its manifesto that one lakh rupess of agriculture loan would be waived off if it will be voted to power.

Similarly TDP manifesto also assured of waiving agriculture term loans. Now it is the turn of Rahul Gandhi who promised that agriculture term loans of farmers would be waived of up to two lakh rupees. The only party which said that it would not be possible to give assurance on waiver of agriculture loans is YSR Congress Party.

Though all political parties are making these fake promises, the election commission is silent and there is no warning at least. The Congress party has not announced this waiver in its manifesto but all of a sudden it's vice - president had announced this.

Helping farming community is appreciable and there's no second opinion on it. But money is the only question. The Congress party once had raised this question and some days later it has gone to the extent of waiving loans along with other parties. 

The 126 year old party with vast experience of governance has given up the values and announced the sops to capture the votes. That too, this announcement has come from the mouth of its vice-president Rahul Gandhi. The Telugudesam party is now questioning the Congress, how it has made such promise.

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