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    The chief of the BRS party, K Chandrashekar Rao, is confident that his party will win the next election in Telangana and stay in power for 15 years. He made this statement while addressing ZP chairmen at his farmhouse in Erravelli. Rao mentioned that the Congress party tends to make poor decisions once they are in power, leading to dissatisfaction among the people.

    He praised the ZP chairmen for their contributions to the state’s development during his government’s tenure. Rao emphasized the importance of politicians working for the people, whether they hold positions of power or not. He pointed out that during the BRS rule, everything ran smoothly, but issues like electricity shortages, water problems, and communal violence arose after the Congress took over.

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    Rao highlighted the developmental achievements of his government in comparison to previous administrations. He stressed the importance of creating good youth leadership within the party and maintaining a polite and dignified demeanor in politics. Rao also mentioned the possibility of reorganizing constituencies in two years, potentially increasing the number of constituencies in Telangana to 160 and providing more opportunities for women.

    Overall, Rao expressed optimism about the BRS party’s future prospects and urged party members to remain patient and coordinated as they work towards regaining power.

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