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    The BJP leader and former minister of Telangana, Eatala Rajender, announced plans to strengthen the saffron party in Telangana. He mentioned that key leaders will soon join the party and wear the saffron scarf. Eatala shared this information with a media organization in Nirmal.

    Union Home Minister and former BJP chief Amit Shah will be visiting Telangana on August 27. During his visit, 22 key leaders from various parties in the state will join the BJP. The party expects more members to join even after this event.

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    MLA Eatala Rajender is also considering joining the BJP in the state. The BJP leaders have not commented on this matter yet. However, Eatala revealed that discussions with leaders from different parties regarding joining the BJP are ongoing.

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    Eatala Rajender mentioned that 22 leaders will soon join the BJP. He emphasized that all those who join the party are winners. Additionally, senior BJP leader and national president of OBC Morcha Laxman expressed his support for the new members. He stated that the party will field these winning candidates in the next assembly elections.

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