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    Bandi Sanjay Kumar, the state president of the BJP party, criticized Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and IT Minister K T Ramarao for failing to support 30 lakh unemployed youth in the state of Telangana. He spoke at a public meeting after leading an “unemployed march” with thousands of party activists and unemployed individuals.

    Kumar demanded a probe into the TSPSC question paper leak by a high court judge, suspension of KTR from the Cabinet, and Rs 1 lakh compensation to unemployed individuals. He also announced that the party would organize another unemployed march with 100,000 people in Hyderabad.

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    Kumar promised to fill two lakh jobs as recommended by the Biswal Committee and release a job calendar every year if the BJP came to power in Telangana. He claimed that no section of society was happy with the government, including employees, farmers, youth, unemployed individuals, and women.

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    Other speakers at the meeting included former MP Viajayshanthi and Dubbaka MLA Raghunandan Rao. They criticized the CM for constructing a new Secretariat for himself and failing to fulfill promises to regularize contract employees and create job opportunities for locals.

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    Kumar also criticized the government’s response to recent arrests of people linked to terror outfits in Hyderabad and encouraged youth to participate in the Hindu Ekta Yatra on May 14 in Karimnagar.

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