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    BRS president K Chandrashekar Rao criticized the Congress party and Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy for collecting RR tax from real estate firms, which he believes is causing industries to leave the state and damaging Hyderabad’s reputation. He made these comments during roadshows in Narsapur, Patancheru, and Sangareddy as part of his bus yatra.

    Rao mentioned that even Prime Minister Narendra Modi has raised concerns about the collection of RR tax by Revanth Reddy. According to Rao, the Chief Minister demands Rs 75 per square foot from real estate firms, leading to a decline in the city’s real estate sector. He also claimed that a Rs 1,000 crore industry moved to Tamil Nadu due to the Congress government’s actions.

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    The BRS chief accused the Congress party of deceiving the people by failing to fulfill promises and assurances. Rao criticized the timing of the Rythu Bandhu scheme, stating that it should have been implemented before sowing seeds. He expressed concerns about the impact of Telangana’s policies on the IT industry.

    Rao urged voters to support party candidate Venkatram Reddy in order to address water issues in Narsapur. He also criticized Madan Reddy for joining Congress, claiming that his victory was due to Rao’s support. Rao emphasized the importance of making informed decisions while voting and not getting swayed by emotions.

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    In addition, Rao expressed dissatisfaction with Narendra Modi’s leadership, accusing him of neglecting the poor and causing harm to farmers. He highlighted Modi’s decision to cancel the ITIR project, which he believes was detrimental to Telangana. Rao encouraged youth to think critically and vote responsibly in order to shape the country’s future.

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