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    Nizamabad BJP MP D. Aravind

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    Nizamabad BJP MP D. Aravind

    Hyderabad: BJP MP from Nizamabad D. Aravind implicated primary minister K Chandrashekhar Rao of turning nose up at individuals ofNizamabad

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    He stated Nizam Sugar Factory was not valued yet Tilak Garden was valued and also funds were designated. He asked what occurred to the guarantee to open up the sugarcane manufacturing facility in 100 days. He stated that KTR would certainly likewise shed in Siricilla if he does not execute the pledges provided to individuals. He remembered that when KTR used to surrender in the Nizamabad conference, individuals existing there slapped and also praised.

    Aravind revealed his rage on KCR and also KTR that they have actually not done anything yet charge the main government when it comes to theTurmeric Board It is stated thatRs 30 crores have actually been generated with the Spice Board, yet absolutely nothing has actually been performed with those funds for the turmeric plant or the sugarcane plant. MP Arvind declared that after KCR involved power, the problem of the typical individuals got worse.

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