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    The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has urged the Telangana government to retract the notice issued to Health Minister Eatala Rajender regarding the withdrawal of medical services from his family-run hospital. The party has accused the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) of political vendetta against Rajender, who has been a vocal critic of the government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in the state.

    The controversy began when the Telangana Health Department issued a notice to Rajender’s hospital, accusing it of violating norms and threatening to withdraw its license. The minister denied the allegations and accused the TRS government of targeting him for speaking out against its policies. He also claimed that the notice was part of a larger conspiracy to tarnish his image and remove him from office.

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    The BJP has come out in support of Rajender, with party leaders calling for the notice to be withdrawn and accusing the TRS of using the state machinery to settle political scores. The party has also criticized the government’s handling of the pandemic, alleging that it has failed to provide adequate healthcare facilities and support to frontline workers. The controversy is likely to escalate in the coming days, with both sides refusing to back down.

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