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    KCR Issues Election Alert: Caution Against BJP, Congress

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    Bhainsa/Armoor/Koratla: The President of the BRS party and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) stated that the BJP should be taught a lesson in the upcoming Assembly polls on November 30. KCR criticized the BJP for not approving any medical colleges or Navodaya Schools for the state. He also criticized the Congress party, including Rahul Gandhi, for their plans to remove the integrated land management portal, Dharani, if they come into power. KCR mentioned that his government has invested Rs 12,000 crore towards minority welfare, while the previous Congress government only invested Rs 900 crore over 10 years.
    KCR expressed disappointment that the Centre did not grant any Navodaya Schools or medical colleges to the state despite requests. He emphasized the need to teach them a lesson and urged voters to evaluate which party has truly benefitted them before casting their votes. KCR highlighted the development that has taken place under his leadership in the past 10 years and urged voters to make an informed decision.
    KCR pointed out that when Telangana was newly formed, there were issues with power and drinking water facilities. However, he emphasized that Telangana is now the only state in the country that provides free 24-hour power to farmers. He also mentioned the availability of fertilizers and unadulterated seeds, which have contributed to the progress of the agriculture sector in the state.
    KCR proudly stated that there has not been a single day of curfew in Telangana in the past 10 years due to communal harmony. He reassured the people that as long as he is alive, Telangana will remain a secular state. KCR criticized the Congress for treating Dalits as a vote-bank and promised pension benefits for beedi workers in the region if his party is re-elected.

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