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    Bandi Sanjay, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state president of Telangana, recently held a rally in Karimnagar after being released on bail in the SSC paper leak case. The rally was attended by thousands of supporters who had gathered to hear Sanjay speak about the issue at hand. The SSC paper leak case has been a major topic of discussion in Telangana for some time now, and Sanjay’s release and subsequent rally have only added fuel to the fire.

    Sanjay’s rally was aimed at highlighting the alleged involvement of the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) government in the SSC paper leak case. He accused the government of being complicit in the leak and demanded a thorough investigation into the matter. Sanjay also criticized the government’s handling of the issue, stating that they had failed to take action against those responsible for the leak.

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    The rally was well-received by Sanjay’s supporters, who have been eagerly awaiting his release from jail. Many of them see him as a strong leader who is willing to take on the government and fight for their rights. However, there are also those who are skeptical of Sanjay’s motives and believe that his rally was nothing more than a political stunt. Regardless of one’s opinion on the matter, it is clear that the SSC paper leak case has become a major issue in Telangana and is likely to remain so for some time to come.

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