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    Four girl students have committed suicide in Gurukuls, according to BRS leaders who accused Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy of being busy in Delhi with money bags for his party’s high command. Former MLA B Suman, along with other party leaders, spoke out about the lack of response from the government and the need for attention to this issue.

    The leaders held a press conference at Telangana Bhavan, highlighting the suicides of students in Gurukuls over the past two weeks. They criticized the government for not taking action and called on public representatives to address the situation. Suman also called out YouTube channels and intellectuals for ignoring the issue of student suicides in the state.

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    While students were taking their lives, the Chief Minister was reportedly in Delhi. The leaders criticized the lack of progress on promises made by the Congress party, pointing out the implementation of only one promise – free bus travel for women. They accused Revanth Reddy of flying to Delhi with money bags for the Congress High Command instead of addressing the needs of the people.

    Suman raised concerns about the lack of employment notifications and accused the CM of diverting attention from important issues by focusing on false accusations. He also questioned the government’s handling of the Madigadda barrage situation, suspecting a conspiracy behind their actions.

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    In conclusion, Suman emphasized the need for transparency and accountability in government actions, urging officials to address the issues facing students and communities in a more effective manner.

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