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    The BJP leaders in Khammam are celebrating the success of Amit Shah’s public meeting. They had been waiting for his visit, which was delayed twice before. The party leaders’ hard work paid off as a large number of people attended the meeting and listened to Shah criticize the BRS government.

    It is interesting that the BJP chose Khammam for Shah’s public meeting, as the Congress party is currently strong in the district, holding nine out of the ten Assembly seats. The BJP is determined to challenge both the Congress and the pink party, who are making efforts to gain control of the district. By choosing Khammam, the BJP is showing that it has support even in areas that were previously dominated by the Left.

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    The party’s district chief, Galla Satyanrayana, expressed his gratitude to the party leaders and workers for the success of the meeting. He was joined by Dalit leader Namburi Ramalingeswara, who mentioned that their rivals were surprised by the public response to the BJP’s call.

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