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    Union Minister and Telangana BJP chief G Kishan Reddy has challenged Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy for a public debate on implementing reservations for BCs in Telangana. He accused the Congress government of offering only lies as guarantees and failing to fulfill promises on reservations.

    Kishan Reddy also questioned the chief minister on reservations in local bodies and the implementation of BC reservations in Telangana. He criticized the Congress party for allegedly posting a morphed speech by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Twitter, leading to tensions and attempting to demoralize the BJP before elections.

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    Describing Congress’s rule as dynastic, Kishan Reddy emphasized the Modi government’s achievements in infrastructure, foreign policy, and economic sectors. He refuted Congress’s claims that BJP would abolish reservations, stating that BJP has promoted inclusivity and diversity in leadership positions.

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    Kishan Reddy highlighted the BJP’s track record of appointing Dalits and Adivasis to prominent positions, such as President Ramnath Kovind and current President Droupadi Murmu. He criticized Congress for implementing religious-based reservations against a High Court judgment in Telangana, which he claimed hindered the progress of BCs.

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