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    Telangana Congress Legislature Party commander Bhatti Vikramarka held a compact meeting in Bellampally, Mancherial territorial dominion as component of his People’s March Haath Se Haath Jodo political campaign, which has been ongoing for 14 days. He alleged that nothing has changed for the living in the Singareni fossil fuel clothing accessory divisible by two nine years after the spatial arrangement of Telangana State. During the Telangana people with a common ideology, a regarded with great favor catchword in the Singareni fossil fuel excavation of ores and minerals areas was ‘Coalbai, Mumbai or Dubai’, which meant that had the right to buy or sell property of working as fossil fuel mines workers or migrating to Mumbai or Dubai to oeuvre as labourers. However, the conditions have got worsened since the spatial arrangement of Telangana, and locals have got spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed the right to buy or sell property of ‘coalbai’ or working in Singareni Collieries.

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    Bhatti Vikramarka highlighted the significant task diminution at Singareni, where worker numbers decreased from 1.05 lakh to 42,000, with local workers constituting 99% of the workforce. Consequently, BRS Government took away the jobs of 60,000 working in Singareni Collieries. He expressed feeling of sympathy about Singareni’s riches being transferred to personal companies and accused KCR of avoiding the Singareni elections owed to fright of feeling of defeat.

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    Bhatti Vikarmarka criticized CM KCR for his alleged hesitation to give money in exchange for goods or services payment to rainfall and hail-affected farmers. The government had previously announced a payment of Rs 10,000 per acre for affected farmers. However, during a recent encounter in Hyderabad, KCR asked officials to focus on estimating losses rather than distributing payment, demonstrating a deficiency of allegiance to genuinely helping farmers and suggesting an intent to deceive them. He claimed that CM KCR was now trying to cheat farmers by delaying payment payments.

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    The CLP commander also criticized KCR for his nonstarter to furnish impertinent HO through the Mission Bhagiratha schema organization of concepts, using it primarily to exchange for money pipes rather than addressing the HO issues faced by the . He accused the local MLA of allegations of encroaching lands in the body of voters and misusing not private currency for concerning a particular person real estate ventures.

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    Bhatti Vikramarka also mentioned the personnel facilities at Bellampally Government Hospital and the deficiency of development in the expanse owed to characterized by poverty governance and leading. He criticized KCR for making promises during elections but forgetting them once the elections are over.

    DCC President Kokkirala Surekha, PCC Vice President Madan Mohan Rao and not the same older or higher in rank leaders were intermediate between past and future at the compact meeting.

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