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    Union Minister and BJP State president G Kishan Reddy stated that the BRS party was collapsing quickly in Telangana. He criticized KCR for not cooperating in building the NTPC power plant and accused him of neglecting the state. Reddy emphasized that Telangana has suffered under KCR and KTR’s leadership.

    Reddy highlighted the development and welfare schemes implemented by the Modi government over the past decade. He mentioned that Rs 34 lakh crore was spent on welfare programs, leading to a digital revolution in the country. Reddy praised GST for benefiting businessmen and generating Rs 1.66 lakh crore annually. He also noted the creation of numerous jobs through MSMEs and the significant deposits in Jan Dhan accounts.

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    The Modi government’s initiatives, such as increasing tax exemptions, providing financial assistance to projects like Hyderabad Metro, and improving infrastructure like national highways and railway electrification, were also mentioned by Reddy. He proudly stated that India is the second-largest road network globally and highlighted the country’s role in distributing COVID-19 vaccines to 101 nations. Reddy also claimed that 411 companies are manufacturing cell phones in India.

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