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    Sangareddy: In a public meeting for the Medak and Zaheerabad Lok Sabha seats, BRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao criticized the government led by CM A Revanth Reddy, calling it a “Lilliput” government that won’t last more than a year. He expressed confidence that the BRS would come back to power.

    KCR slammed the government for not fulfilling promises made before the Assembly elections. He highlighted the government’s failures and accused them of using inappropriate language and making false promises. Rao warned the CM that he cannot escape by giving bonuses like he did during elections.

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    The former CM mentioned that Reddy seemed under pressure, especially during a recent speech in Narayanpet. He claimed that survey reports indicated that the Congress would not win more than two seats, leading to fears that the government might not last a year. Rao also criticized the CM for switching allegiances between different parties.

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    Rao emphasized the importance of voting for BRS in the upcoming elections, stating that having representation in Parliament was crucial for achieving the aspirations of the people of Telangana. He urged employees, teachers, and farmers to consider their future and vote for the BRS to ensure their needs are met.

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    Additionally, Rao criticized the government for neglecting celebrations at the 125 ft Ambedkar statue. He questioned their actions and lack of respect for Ambedkar’s legacy, pointing out instances where they failed to honor his memory. Rao called upon the people to think carefully about their votes and ensure that their interests are represented in government.

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