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    K Chandrashekar Rao, the leader of the BRS party, spoke at a roadshow in Jagtial, emphasizing the importance of having more MPs in Parliament to fight for Telangana’s rights. He criticized the lack of support from current BJP MPs and Congress members.

    Rao also criticized the State government for not fulfilling promises to various sections of society. He questioned the government’s failure to provide financial assistance to farmers and claimed that industries are considering leaving the state due to lack of support.

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    Furthermore, Rao criticized the Modi government for failing to deliver on promises like ‘Ache Din’ and ‘Jan Dhan’. He urged people to consider his party as an alternative to the current government.

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    In conclusion, Rao encouraged voters to think carefully and make a decision based on the government’s track record.

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