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    BJP Rejects Alliance with BRS, Will Compete for All 17 MP Seats in Telangana

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    BJP MP Laxman recently stated in Delhi that his party will not form an alliance with BRS for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in Telangana. He made it clear that BJP will independently contest all 17 MP seats in the state.

    Laxman criticized BRS, calling it a sinking ship and alleging that BRS sitting MPs are in talks with BJP. He also raised concerns about a supposed secret agreement between Congress and BRS to oppose BJP, questioning why Congress has not taken action against corruption in the BRS government.

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    BJP Telangana Chief Kishan Reddy supported Laxman’s statement, reaffirming the party’s decision to contest all 17 MP seats in the state. He led a special pooja at Bhagyalakshmi temple and announced the Vijaya Sankalpa Yatra from 20th to 2nd March under Prime Minister Modi’s leadership.

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    Kishan Reddy emphasized BJP’s strategy of engaging with various social groups through road shows and meetings to secure the Hyderabad Parliament seat. The party’s strong stance on contesting all 17 MP seats demonstrates their commitment to a robust electoral campaign for success in the Lok Sabha elections.

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