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    BRS leader B Vinod Kumar denied Deputy Chief Minister Bhatti Vikramarka Mallu’s claims that the party supported the Mines and Minerals Act. He pointed out that the Act was actually brought in by the Congress government in 2011 under then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s leadership.

    Speaking at a press conference, Vinod Kumar emphasized that the Bill was first introduced in 2011 during the UPA regime. He criticized the BJP government for turning the Bill into an Ordinance and urged Bhatti to retract his statements. The BRS leader also warned of Modi and Revanth’s plans to sell Singareni.

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    Vinod Kumar highlighted that coal blocks can be reserved for Singareni under Section 17A. He called on Revanth to take action by presenting a letter previously written by BRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao to the Centre. Vinod Kumar urged Kishan Reddy and Revanth Reddy to visit Delhi, meet Modi, and protect Singareni’s interests.

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    He expressed disappointment in the Congress for not realizing that the mineral bill had been passed by voice vote. Vinod Kumar stressed the importance of utilizing Singareni’s coal reserves for Telangana’s development.

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