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    Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Bandi Sanjay Kumar had a busy day in Hyderabad. He visited megastar K Chiranjeevi at his residence in Jubilee Hills and spent half an hour with him. Chiranjeevi appreciated Sanjay’s hard work that led to him becoming a Union minister. He also shared an unforgettable experience when PM Narendra Modi greeted Chandrababu Naidu at his swearing-in ceremony as CM of AP.

    Sanjay mentioned that he was a fan of Chiranjeevi during his student days. They discussed State and national politics, along with the recent Assembly election results in AP. Later, the minister visited the residence of Ramoji Rao, head of the Eenadu Group, and praised Rao’s contributions to the Telugu States through the media.

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    During his visit, Sanjay felicitated two women, Vanita Maithili and Sunitha, who bravely stopped mobs from taking cows to a slaughterhouse. Despite facing a crowd of 200 people, the women stood their ground and handed over the offenders to the police. Sanjay commended their bravery and emphasized the importance of protecting cows without resorting to violence.

    Maithili expressed that protecting cows is essential for the country and the world. She highlighted that harming cows ultimately harms ourselves, motivating them to take action.

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