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    K Chandrashekar Rao Calls Modi ‘Merchant of Death’ in Hyderabad

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    K Chandrashekar Rao criticized the Congress government for being inactive during a roadshow in Karimnagar. He doubted the government’s existence in the next six months, except for the free bus service. Rao accused the government of deceiving people with fake promises, like giving women Rs 2,500/month and the ‘Rythu Bandhu’ of Rs 15,000.

    Rao called out Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Alka Lamba for lying about providing Rs 2,500 to women. He warned farmers about CM Revanth Reddy’s proposal to limit the ‘Rythu Bandhu’ to those with five acres of land. He questioned where farmers with six acres should go and urged voters to elect good leaders for better outcomes.

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    The BRS chief urged people to defeat Bandi Sanjay and Nizamabad candidate D Arvind. He criticized Bandi for not speaking in Parliament and attacked BJP policies for not fulfilling promises made by PM Narendra Modi. Rao advised against getting swayed by Modi’s emotional tactics and referred to him as ‘Maut ka Saudagar’ for causing the deaths of 750 farmers in Delhi.

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