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    Congress candidate Waliullah Sameer believes that the people of Hyderabad’s Old City have been overlooked and exploited for too long. He sees the upcoming Lok Sabha elections as a chance for these communities to move away from divisive politics and focus on real progress.

    Sameer criticized both the MIM and BJP for using the residents of Hyderabad’s Old City for political gain. He pointed out that the MIM, in particular, wins elections without even presenting a manifesto. On the other hand, the BJP’s main message to voters is simply to defeat the MIM.

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    According to Sameer, the MIM leaders appeal to the poor Muslim population with tales of bravery and leadership, but they do not outline any plans for development in the Old City. He believes that it is time for the people to see through this manipulation and demand genuine progress.

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    In the upcoming elections, Sameer hopes to offer a different vision for the people of Hyderabad’s Old City. He wants to focus on real development and prosperity, rather than divisive politics and empty promises.

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