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    Union Minister of Culture, Tourism and State BJP chief G Kishan Reddy criticized Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao for not participating in the Prime Minister’s visit to the state. Reddy questioned whether Telangana needs a Chief Minister who doesn’t prioritize development works beneficial to the state. He made these remarks while addressing a gathering at the party office in Hyderabad after admitting former ministers Krishna Yadav and Chittaranjan Das into the BJP.

    Reddy urged the people to consider the behavior of the BRS party and the ‘Kalwakuntla family’ and teach them a lesson in the upcoming State Assembly elections. He advised the BRS chief to retire if he couldn’t effectively govern the state and warned against making baseless allegations against the BJP, Centre, and PM Modi. Reddy expressed confidence that the BJP would form a government in Telangana, causing BRS and the ‘Kalawakuntla family’ to fade into insignificance.

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    Highlighting that there is widespread discontent towards the BRS and KCR’s family, Reddy emphasized the positive response towards the saffron party across the state. He accused CM KCR of resorting to mudslinging against the BJP and PM Modi due to surveys indicating their imminent defeat in the upcoming elections.

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