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    Hyderabad: BRS Working President, K Taraka Rama Rao, accused the Congress party of coming into power through deceitful means by making 420 promises to the public. He gave the Congress party a 100-day window until March 17 to fulfill these promises, and if they fail to do so, BRS will start a massive agitation.

    KTR addressed a gathering of BRS workers in the Malkajgiri constituency and praised the people of Hyderabad for giving BRS the opportunity to lead. He highlighted the progress and development achieved in the city. However, KTR accused the Congress leaders of betraying citizens in various districts by not fulfilling their promises within the first 60 days of governance.

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    KTR criticized the Congress party for initiating power cuts, disrupting the RythuBandhu scheme for farmers, and causing chaos with free bus services that led to violence against children. He expressed concern for the 6.5 lakh auto drivers whose livelihoods were affected by the government’s actions.

    KTR issued a stern ultimatum, stating that if the Congress party fails to deliver on its promises by March 17, there will be consequences. He urged Chief Minister Revanth Reddy to stop spreading misleading narratives and warned that after the 100-day period, Congress leaders will find it difficult to face the public. KTR emphasized the importance of having BRS MPs in Delhi to effectively address the concerns of the state.

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    He assured party workers that they will have unwavering support and protection and urged them to work towards a resounding victory in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

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