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    Bhupalpally MLA Gandra Venkataramana Reddy said that the BRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao will become the chief minister for the third time. He urged party members to work together to maintain their power. Reddy also predicted that the BRS will win over 100 seats in the next elections.

    He mentioned that opposition party leaders are hoping to take power, but the people trust KCR because of the welfare and development programs implemented by the BRS government. Reddy credited MLC Sirikonda Madhusudana Chary and himself for the development of Bhupalpally, which has transformed into a district headquarters and major town.

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    Reddy expressed gratitude to KCR for choosing him as the candidate for Bhupalpally constituency in the upcoming elections. BRS Bhupalpally district president Gandra Jyothy praised KCR for announcing 115 party candidates all at once. Jyothy mentioned that Sirikonda Madhusudana Chary supports Reddy’s candidacy.

    Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is scheduled to visit Bhupalpally on September 8 to inaugurate various offices and facilities, including the integrated district office complex, medical college, and superintendent of police office.

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