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    Bhatti Vikramarka, the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) Leader, is on a padayatra in the Hanumakonda district of Telangana. He went to Velair mandal headquarters on Thursday and spoke to the people about the problems they are facing. Bhatti believes that people are unhappy with the current government and want to see change. He criticized KCR and his family for taking advantage of the state’s resources and creating a debt trap. He also mentioned how the youth are unemployed and how this issue needs to be addressed.

    Bhatti believes that the Congress will make a comeback after the elections to the Assembly later this year. He has promised to waive off crop loans of farmers up to Rs 2 lakh and provide financial assistance of up to Rs 5 lakh to those who have plots for house construction. Bhatti has also pledged to reduce the price of an LPG cylinder to Rs 500 and provide nine items under Amma Hastham to the poor. The Coolie Bandhu scheme will provide Rs 12,000 per year through direct cash transfer to laborers.

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    Bhatti also stated that all vacant posts will be filled by conducting recruitment examinations in a foolproof manner. Leaders of SERP Village Organization Assistants (VOAs) met Bhatti and shared their problems. Bhatti assured them that their issues would be looked into if the Congress was voted to power. During his padayatra, Bhatti inspected the rain-damaged maize crop at Kammaripet and interacted with farmers, assuring them of the Congress party’s support.

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