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    Telangana CM KCR showed his support for Jukkal MLA Hanmanth Shinde and MP Bibi Patil, saying that they are good individuals who don’t engage in party politics. He urged the people of Jukkal to make sure that Hanmanth Shinde wins with a large majority. CM KCR attended and spoke at the BRS Praja Ashirvada Sabha event in Jukkal.

    CM KCR pointed out that in the past, MLAs used to live in Hyderabad, but Hanmant Shinde actively interacts with the people and listens to their complaints. He spends most of his time in the constituency and is involved in various development activities. CM KCR expressed his wish for Shinde to win by a big margin and promised that more development programs will be implemented after the elections. He advised the people to consider the past performance of Congress MLAs and MPs.

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    Furthermore, CM KCR highlighted the achievements of Telangana as the youngest state in the country. He mentioned that the state has surpassed others in terms of per capita income and electricity consumption. He emphasized the government’s efforts in providing uninterrupted power supply and warned about the potential negative impact if Congress were given a chance, referring to the possible reversal of initiatives like the Rythu Bandhu scheme and the Dharani portal. CM KCR encouraged voters to think carefully before casting their votes.

    CM KCR also mentioned that due to a lack of electricity in Karnataka, farmers are dying by drinking pesticides. He stated that Jukkal constituency is where Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Telangana meet, and pointed out that 8 to 11 farmers are dying there every day. He expressed concern about the lack of support for farmers in those two states.

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