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    The Telangana Congress released its state-specific manifesto in Hyderabad on Friday. The manifesto includes promises to reclaim five villages under the Polavaram project, revive the ITIR, and establish a special bench of the Supreme Court in Hyderabad. The party also pledged to fulfill all 23 unmet promises from the AP Reorganisation Act.

    IT Minister Sridhar Babu, who led the manifesto committee, explained that the five villages in Bhadrachalam mandal transferred to Andhra Pradesh in 2014 would be brought back for the development of Bhadrachalam. The residents of these villages have been opposing their merger with Andhra Pradesh since the state’s reorganisation.

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    The manifesto also includes commitments to projects like the ITIR, Rapid Rail Transit System, railway coach factory in Kazipet, steel factory in Bayyaram, IIM in Hyderabad, mining university, and more. The party also pledged to establish new airports, rail lines, schools, universities, and institutes in the state.

    Additionally, the manifesto promises direct transfer of Central funds to gram panchayats, recognition of the Sammakka Sarakka tribal festival as a national festival, and various other development initiatives for Telangana.

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