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    The Congress party will kick off its Lok Sabha election campaign at a public meeting in Tukkuguda on April 6 or 7. Rahul Gandhi and Mallikarjun Kharge will announce national guarantees at the same venue named after Rajiv Gandhi, where Sonia Gandhi had previously declared 6 guarantees during Assembly polls.

    The decision to start the campaign in Tukkuguda comes after the success of the ‘Vijayabheri’ event and Sonia Gandhi’s presence on September 17. Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy stated that the Congress will now sound the bugle for Lok Sabha polls from Ranga Reddy district. The venue holds significance as it was where 6 guarantees were announced during the Assembly polls.

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    Revanth Reddy emphasized the interconnectedness of the Chevella, Secunderabad, and Malkajgiri segments within the party. He assured party members that candidate selection for these constituencies was done based on survey reports and grassroots opinions provided to the party High Command.

    The chosen candidates for the upcoming elections are Ranjith Reddy for Chevella, Sunitha Mahender Reddy for Malkajgiri, and DanamNagender for Secunderabad. The Chief Minister highlighted that these Lok Sabha polls will serve as a referendum on the party’s 100 days of governance in Telangana, urging all party members to strive for victory in the 14 targeted seats.

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    During the meeting, some senior leaders questioned the decision to field Ranjith Reddy, a sitting MP who recently joined from BRS. Former MLA KichannagariLaxma Reddy raised concerns about opening ‘flood gates’ to other parties and potentially demoralizing long-time loyal party members.

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