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    BJP candidate Sama Rangareddy claims LB Nagar constituency has seen no progress under BRS regime

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    Sama Rangareddy, the BJP candidate for LB Nagar constituency, expressed his disappointment with the lack of development in the area. He mentioned that while BJP corporators and former MLA Indrasena Reddy have done their part, the development done by the BRS government is not visible in LB Nagar constituency. Rangareddy made these comments during a special pooja held in a temple in the Central Colony of Hastinapuram Division, marking the start of his election campaign.
    During the event, Rangareddy confidently stated that the BJP flag will be raised in LB Nagar constituency. MLA Sudhir Reddy emphasized that leaders cannot be bought with money, but rather through votes. He criticized the lack of development in LB Nagar constituency, except for various irregularities.
    Rangareddy expressed his determination to organize a campaign program that includes everyone in the constituency, with the goal of achieving success. He highlighted that after spending 16 years in the constituency, he is familiar with the problems faced by every colony. He also accused BRS candidate Sudheer Reddy of focusing on land grabbing instead of development during his morning walks.
    Rangareddy mentioned that their party workers are dedicated to the development of corporator divisions and have allocated significant funds for this purpose. After performing pujas at the temple, Rangareddy visited various colonies and spoke to residents about the development programs initiated by the central government. He also criticized the state government’s policies, which he believed were detrimental to the people, and urged residents to vote for the BJP.
    The program was attended by Division Presidents Naresh Yadav, Shanti Devi Mitra, Rajendra Prasad, Amarender Reddy, Mallesh Goud, Mahender Reddy, Raju Goud, Jeevan Reddy, Shiva Reddy, Redla Krishna, Bugga Ramulu, and others.

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