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    The Bharatiya Janata Party National Vice President, DK Aruna, and Nagarkurnool candidate P Bharath Prasad visited the 5th Shakti peeth called Alampur Jogulamba Bala Brahmeswara Temples to kick off the Nagar Kurnool parliament election campaign. They performed a special Pooja for Jogulamba sameta Bala Brahmeswara Swami seeking victory for BJP in Mahaboob Nagar and Nagarkurnool constituencies.

    The temple committee members and priests warmly welcomed DK Aruna, Pothuganti Ramulu EX MP, and Nagarkurnool contestant Bharath, making special arrangements for darshan and offering teerha and Prasadas. DK Aruna prayed for victory for all BJP candidates in the upcoming elections, including Narendra Modi becoming PM once again.

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to campaign in Nagar Kurnool on March 16th. DK Aruna expressed confidence in winning both parliament seats in Mahabubnagar, alongside former National BC commission member Talloju Acharya and other BJP leaders who arrived at Alampur in a large convoy.

    The district BJP leaders welcomed them at Jammulamma temple, where a bike rally was initiated by the BJP to support candidate Bharath Prasad for the Nagarkurnool constituency. DK Aruna addressed a meeting, urging party members to work hard for at least a 50 thousand vote majority for Prasad.

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    She criticized the Congress government in Telangana for failing to fulfill their promises within the stipulated 100 days and highlighted the Central Government’s schemes for farmers, the poor, women, and rural communities, including input subsidies, free ration, subsidized gas, toilets, and financial assistance.

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