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    Union Minister Kishan Reddy has criticized the BRS party for diverting people’s attention from the Delhi liquor scam case by fighting for the Women’s Reservation Bill. Reddy emphasized that the BJP has given women their due, with many appointed to key positions in the party. He also pointed out that the Centre and the BJP are not targeting anyone, but rather focusing on addressing issues in the country.

    Reddy expressed his disappointment with Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, saying that while the whole world is looking at India, the Chief Minister is only looking towards his family. He also accused the BRS government of running on lies and failing to respond to letters seeking land for various projects.

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    The Union Minister also criticized the inefficiency of the State government, citing the leakage of Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) question papers as an example. He called on the State government to take responsibility for preventing accidents such as the Swapnlok Complex fire accident, which he had taken up with the PMO for financial assistance.

    Reddy highlighted the BJP’s commitment to bringing change and fighting the ruling dispensation, as reflected in the victory of a BJP candidate in the recent teachers’ MLC election. He also mentioned upcoming projects such as another ‘Vande Bharat’ train and a mega-integrated textile park in Telangana that will provide direct and indirect employment to thousands of people.

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    In conclusion, Reddy urged the State government to rise above politics and extend its cooperation to develop Bharat into a global textile champion, in light of an agreement reached between Arab countries and India to export textile products from the country.

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