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    Telangana Deputy CM Bhatti Vikramarka Mallu of the INDIA bloc promised to focus on overall development and stable economic policies if elected to power. He made these remarks at a media conference in Faridkot Lok Sabha constituency and continued campaigning in the area for the third consecutive day.

    Bhatti expressed concerns about private investments leaving the country during Modi’s 10-year rule due to biased treatment and harassment of investors. He blamed economic setbacks on decisions like demonetisation, GST implementation, sudden COVID lockdowns, and policies favoring select industrialists. The deputy CM assured that an INDI Alliance government would restore confidence among industrialists and investors with fair administration.

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    Despite BJP leaders warning of economic turmoil if the INDI Alliance took power, Bhatti argued that voters are seeking change and value protection of the Constitution and democracy. He criticized PM Modi for promoting divisive politics and emphasized that people are more focused on issues like rising prices, unemployment, and improving their lives.

    According to Bhatti, voters are prioritizing jobs, farmer support, economic empowerment for women, and wage security for workers. He condemned Modi’s tactics of inciting hatred among people and creating divisions between states.

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