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    The poll campaign for Lok Sabha elections in Hyderabad has ended, and political parties are now making final efforts to attract voters. Parties are providing liquor and money to voters in villages. Candidates from Congress, BRS, and BJP are focusing on areas where their opponents are strong, trying to convince voters before polling day on Monday.

    On the last day of campaigning, BJP leader Amit Shah and Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi held rallies and road shows. BRS leader K Chandrashekar Rao held a press conference at Telangana Bhavan. Congress and BRS are reportedly offering money and liquor to voters in specific Lok Sabha segments like Khammam, Mahbubnagar, Secunderabad, Karimnagar, and Warangal.

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    Candidates are meeting with local community representatives to seek their support. Congress is helping voters outside the Parliamentary constituency by offering transportation in places like Nalgonda, Khammam, and Warangal. BRS is focusing on convincing voters in segments like Secunderabad, Medak, and Chevella where they have high chances of winning. BJP is also making efforts to attract voters using RSS pracharaks in remote areas.

    The main political parties are directly contacting voters and providing liquor and money to influence their votes. Reports suggest that a three-corner contest is expected in areas like Khammam, Mahbubnagar, Secunderabad, Karimnagar, and Warangal. Some voters are being offered money, while others are being given liquor to vote in their favor.

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    Leaders are working hard to secure votes from different segments. Congress is arranging transportation for voters in Hyderabad who live far from the polling stations. BRS is focusing on convincing voters in Secunderabad, Medak, and Chevella where they have strong chances of winning. BJP is deploying RSS pracharaks in remote areas to attract voters.

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