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    Xenex Amar, the founder and general secretary of the Chandrababu Naidu (CBN) Forum, opened a new Anna Canteen at 100 Feet X Roads in Madhapur, Hyderabad. The canteen was inaugurated with Forum members, as well as fans of NTR and CBN. Xenex Amar announced that the canteen would start serving food in the first week of July.

    During the opening ceremony, Xenex Amar praised the newly-elected NDA government in Andhra Pradesh. He highlighted the success of the Anna canteens, which were first established during the rule of the Telugu Desam Party. These canteens provided meals for the poor and gained support from the people of the State.

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    Xenex Amar criticized the previous YCP government for closing down the Anna canteens, causing dissatisfaction among the less privileged individuals. He expressed his determination to follow in Chandrababu Naidu’s footsteps and ensure that no one in the Telugu-speaking States goes hungry.

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