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    Minister Jagadish Reddy challenges the BJP and Congress to a debate on job recruitment in Telangana. He says that the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao-led government has filled over 1,32,632 positions in the last nine years and has issued notifications for thousands more. In comparison, he claims that BJP and Congress ruled states have only filled less than 10,000 positions in the last ten years. Reddy criticizes the BJP for their Nirudyoga march in Telangana and says that they should be protesting in New Delhi against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s failure to fulfill his promise of recruiting two crore jobs every year. Reddy challenges leaders of both parties to an open debate about how many positions have been filled in Telangana and other BJP and Congress-ruled states in the last nine years.

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