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    Congress attempting to build closer ties with minority communities to secure their support in upcoming Lok Sabha elections

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    Telangana BJP official spokesperson N V Subhash accused the Congress party of trying to attract minority communities to secure their vote bank. He said that Congress realizes that most people won’t vote for them after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decisions to protect India’s culture and implement welfare schemes effectively.

    Subhash pointed out that the Congress manifesto shows a focus on minority communities as they view the 2024 Lok Sabha elections as crucial for their survival. He mentioned that many people are inclined to give another chance to the Modi government due to its performance, including majority Muslims supporting the NDA government.

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    Responding to Telangana government advisor Mohmmed Ali Shabbir’s comments on the Congress manifesto benefiting communities, Subhash criticized it as “anti-Hindu and anti-India,” portraying minority communities as mere “vote banks.”

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    Subhash urged the public not to be influenced by Congress’s promises, highlighting that NDA government decisions are made in the national interest rather than for any political party’s gain. He accused the Congress of trying to seize power by any means necessary, even if it means going against the majority of people.

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