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    Hyderabad: BRS Chief K Chandrashekar Rao stated that the Congress party has many chief ministers, but they will not win in the upcoming elections. He made these remarks at the Praja Ashirwad Sabha in support of MLA S Saidireddy in Huzurnagar. According to Chandrashekar Rao, the Congress party has chief ministers in every street, but they are unaware that their party cannot win the election. This situation applies not only in Huzurnagar but also across the entire country. Chandrashekar Rao emphasized that it is important to consider the parties represented by the individuals running for election.

    Chandrashekar Rao criticized the Congress leaders for their silence on important issues that have led to injustice towards Telangana. He mentioned that the Congress leaders never questioned the lack of water released to tail-end villages by successive chief ministers. Their only concern was obtaining ministerial positions. In contrast, BRS leaders fought against this injustice while the Congress leaders remained silent.

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    Chandrashekar Rao highlighted the improvements made in irrigation and drinking water availability in Andhra Pradesh. The government transformed tandas into gram panchayats to protect their rights. Despite the lack of water in Krishna River at Nagarjunsagar, the government released water to prevent crops from drying up based on requests from MLAs. The BRS chief assured that the government will release water to Hujurnagar for a week or ten and urged people not to panic.

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