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    The Chief Minister of Telangana, KCR, challenged opposition parties to announce their own chief ministerial candidate. He believes that his party, BRS, will win 90 to 100 seats in the next election and confidently stated that he will become Chief Minister once again.

    During a media interaction, KCR’s son and BRS Party Working President and Minister, KTR, demanded that other states show a better model state than Telangana. He praised Telangana’s comprehensive and balanced development over the last 10 years and emphasized the significant changes made in education and medicine.

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    KTR also highlighted the progress of administrative reforms in Telangana, stating that they are moving faster than in any other state in the country. He believes that Telangana has made its mark in all fields and has the potential to lead the country.

    Also read:  Telangana government to implement massive transfers of employees.
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