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    Former Telangana Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan criticized Congress for using religious and caste cards to divide people emotionally. She stated that the current parliamentary elections are a battle between positive and false narratives.

    Dr Tamilisai highlighted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s frequent visits to Telangana, focusing on launching development projects and emphasizing infrastructure development in the state. She criticized BRS chief and former CM K Chandrasekhara Rao for not engaging with the Prime Minister during these visits, as well as for not respecting the governor’s office.

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    She also pointed out the Congress’ failure to fulfill electoral promises in Telangana, stating that it would require the budget of five states to implement their commitments. In contrast, she praised PM Modi’s leadership for the success of programs like Mudra loans and startups that have created job opportunities.

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    Dr Tamilisai discussed how government programs under PM Modi have benefited minorities and women, improving their overall well-being. She refuted Congress MP Rahul Gandhi’s claims about BJP and RSS changing the Constitution and removing reservations, citing clarifications from the PM and RSS chief.

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    Overall, Dr Tamilisai emphasized the positive impact of PM Modi’s government on various sections of society and criticized Congress for its lack of resource mobilization for promises made in Telangana.

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