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    The All India Congress Committee (AICC) Telangana in-charge, Deepadas Munshi, emphasized the importance of protecting constitutional rights in the country. She stated that the Congress is not just fighting the BJP, but also fighting for the protection of democracy. This was discussed at the TPCC campaign committee meeting held at Gandhi Bhavan in Hyderabad.

    During the meeting, Munshi urged Congress leaders to highlight the failures and corruption of the BJP government over the past ten years. She emphasized the need for a strong campaign, even more vigorous than the one conducted during the Assembly elections in Telangana, in order to secure a majority of seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

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    Munshi also stressed the importance of translating and widely disseminating the 5-10 social media contents released daily by the National Congress party into Telugu. She provided guidance to the campaign committee representatives on the necessary activities for the success of the Congress party during the Parliamentary elections.

    Madhu Yashki Goud, chairman of the TPCC campaign committee, emphasized the need to bring the development initiatives of the Congress government to the village level. He suggested using hoardings, wall writings, and social media extensively for this purpose. The meeting was attended by Minister Ponnam Prabhakar, Manakondur MLA K Satyanarayana, MLC Mahesh Kumar Goud, and AICC Secretary Rohit Chaudhary.

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