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    In Hyderabad, the BRS working president, KT Rama Rao, urged party leaders to ensure the success of the upcoming public meeting in Chevella on April 13. The BRS chief, K Chandrashekar Rao, is gearing up to resume public meetings for the Lok Sabha elections. Rama Rao has been assigned as incharge for the Chevella Lok Sabha constituency and is working hard to ensure a good turnout at the public meeting.

    Party leaders have been instructed to bring at least 50,000 people per constituency for the Chevella event. Rama Rao emphasized the need to defeat Congress candidate G Ranjith Reddy and reminded party members of their recent victories in several Assembly segments. Despite losing some seats in the Assembly elections, Rama Rao believes the party still has strong public support.

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    In other news, the BRS leader is considering legal action against Congress leaders, including Minister Konda Surekha, Y Srinivas Reddy, and KK Mahender, for defamation. Discussions with advocates have taken place regarding this matter, while there has been no response from the Congress leaders yet.

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