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    BRS Working President KTR spoke at a meeting in Adilabad Parliament Constituency on Tuesday, stating that redistribution of constituencies will occur in 2026. He emphasized the importance of electing as many MPs and MLAs as possible for the BRS party.

    KTR expressed concerns that if delimitation is based on population, it could disadvantage southern states like Telangana. He argued that southern states have implemented family planning measures, which could lead to a loss in representation if population is the sole criteria for redistribution.

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    There are allegations that the process of constituency redistribution is biased towards benefiting northern states. KTR urged booth level leaders to strategize and ensure fair representation for the BRS party in future elections.

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