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    Deputy Chief Minister Bhatti Vikramarka recently spoke to the media after casting his vote at a primary school in Sundarayya Nagar, Madhira in Khammam district. He emphasized the importance of citizens exercising their right to vote, which is provided by the constitution.

    In a democracy, it is our responsibility to vote for the party of our choice and choose the government we want. Bhatti highlighted the significance of secularism as a way of life and democracy as our foundation. He urged everyone to vote responsibly to protect democracy.

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    According to Bhatti, every vote is valuable and should be used to elect a government that works for the people. He warned that if we don’t exercise our right to vote, we risk losing the foundations of democracy and secularism. It is essential for every citizen to use their vote as a weapon to safeguard the country’s democracy, constitution, wealth, resources, systems, and assets.

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