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    BRS Chief K Chandrashekar Rao has warned that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy plan to destroy Singareni after the Lok Sabha elections. He cautioned people that Revanth is bringing Modi’s ally Adani to exploit resources in the State. Speaking in Ramagundam during a roadshow for Kuppula Eshwar, Rao criticized the PM and CM for their policies, expressing concern over the potential sale of Singareni.

    Rao mentioned his efforts to expand Singareni by sending the director to Australia and Indonesia, contrasting with the current CM’s alleged intentions to sell the company. He emphasized the importance of protecting Singareni for Telangana’s well-being and urged voters to support BRS MPs to fight for its preservation in times of crisis. Rao also accused the PM of giving away resources like sea ports and airports, as well as trying to divert Godavari waters to Tamil Nadu without the CM’s opposition.

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    Furthermore, Rao criticized the recent 48-hour ban imposed on him, questioning why there was no action against Revanth Reddy for his derogatory remarks or PM Modi and Amit Shah for their actions. He suggested that the ban was a result of national parties colluding to hinder BRS’s campaign success. Rao predicted a coalition government at the Centre with BJP not gaining more than 200 seats, urging voters to make informed decisions.

    In summary, Rao’s concerns revolve around the potential destruction of Singareni, alleged exploitation of resources by Adani, and the lack of action against derogatory remarks and hate speech from political figures. He also highlighted the need for unity and wise voting choices in the upcoming elections.

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