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    First litmus test for Revanth government in Mahabubnagar MLC bypoll

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    The local bodies MLC by-elections in Mahabubnagar on March 28 are a big deal, with the Congress party putting in a lot of effort to win. District Returning Officer G Ravi Nayak confirmed that all security measures and polling materials are ready for the 10 polling stations in Mahabubnagar.

    Political analysts are closely watching the by-election as a test for Chief Minister Revanth Reddy’s leadership. The Congress party’s recent victories in the Palamuru region have raised expectations for this election, with many leaders switching sides to join Congress.

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    The announcement of the MLC by-elections and upcoming Lok Sabha elections has changed the political landscape in Mahabubnagar. The Chief Minister welcomed former BRS leaders into the Congress party to strengthen his position.

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    Minister for Excise and Prohibition Jupally Krishna Rao and other leaders have been working hard to gather support for the Congress MLC candidate Jeevan Reddy. Both parties are taking the by-elections seriously, with the outcome likely to have a big impact on the state’s politics.

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    Overall, the MLC elections in Mahabubnagar will be a crucial moment for both Congress and BRS parties.

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