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    Deepa Dasmunshi, the AICC state in-charge, has urged the Congress party to be cautious of the BJP’s tactics in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in the state. She believes that the BRS is not a strong competitor and that the Congress should focus on countering the BJP’s strategies. Deepa Dasmunshi has held meetings with PCC spokespersons, NSUI State unit leaders, and party workers in Hyderabad’s Gandhi Bhavan. She has highlighted that the BJP has already made progress in several constituencies and the Congress must take on this challenge. Deepa Dasmunshi has emphasized the need to counter false propaganda against the Congress and overcome the challenges posed by the BJP. She has called for a coordinated effort to achieve the goals set by the party leadership. Deepa Dasmunshi has also stressed the importance of exposing the communal politics and failed policies of the BJP at the national level in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.

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