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    Harish Rao warns of regression if Congress gains power in Telangana

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    As the elections approach in the state, political parties are actively campaigning. The BRS party, currently in power, is working hard to regain power. They have announced their MLA candidates and are conducting a full-fledged campaign. Chief Minister KCR is touring the state, holding public meetings. Ministers KTR and Harish Rao are also campaigning in multiple districts.

    Harish Rao recently visited Jangaon district and attended a meeting organized by the BRS candidate Kadiam Srihari in Station Ghanpur constituency. During the meeting, Harish Rao talked about the development achievements of the BRS government.

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    He criticized the Congress party and also made several criticisms against the BJP. Harish Rao accused the Congress party of neglecting the welfare of farmers and warned that if they come to power again, Telangana would regress by 50 years with the halting of 24-hour power supply and Rythu Bandhu schemes.

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