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    KT Rama Rao, the working president of the BRS party, spoke at gatherings in Vemulawada. He emphasized the importance of the upcoming elections and urged people to think carefully before voting. He promised that if Chalmeda Lakshmi Narasimha Rao, the party candidate, wins, Vemulawada will receive special attention and development will be accelerated.

    KTR criticized the BJP for betraying former ZP chairperson Tula Uma. The party had promised her the Vemulawada ticket but gave it to someone else. KTR assured Uma that she would be given a respectable position in the party. He praised Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao for leading the state’s development despite the challenges posed by the Covid pandemic.

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    KTR highlighted that the government has had six and a half years to govern and has achieved significant development, surpassing what the Congress accomplished in six decades. He commended KCR for providing a pension of Rs 2,000 to over 4.5 lakh beedi workers in Telangana. He criticized the Congress for failing to provide adequate power and water to the people.

    KTR dismissed TPCC chief Revanth Reddy’s statement that three-hour power supply is sufficient for farmers to irrigate their land. He stated that Congress leaders lack knowledge about farming and asked the people if they wanted power or the Congress.

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    KTR mentioned that the Congress is bringing DK Shiva Kumar and Rahul Gandhi to challenge KCR, while the BJP is bringing PM Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Union ministers, and over 15 CMs from different states. He described this election as a battle between Delhi politicians and the people of Telangana, emphasizing that it will determine the fate of the state.

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