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    Telangana PCC senior vice president G Niranjan dismissed rumors of a deal between Congress and AIMIM for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. He stated that BJP was spreading these rumors to polarize votes and boost AIMIM’s popularity. Niranjan assured that Congress will contest in all Lok Sabha constituencies, including Hyderabad.

    Addressing the media at Gandhi Bhavan, Niranjan emphasized that Congress is serious about winning the Hyderabad Lok Sabha seat and there is no understanding with AIMIM. He urged voters not to be misled by these rumors created by BJP to weaken Congress. Niranjan also reminded voters how AIMIM acted as BJP’s ‘B’ team during BJP’s rule.

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    He urged people, especially Muslims in Hyderabad, to see through BJP’s tactics and support Congress in the upcoming elections.

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