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    Modi criticizes Telangana’s ‘family rule’

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) government in Telangana, accusing them of hindering progress in the state. Speaking to booth committee members in Madhya Pradesh, Modi said that if people want the welfare of certain political families, they should vote for their respective parties. However, he emphasized that if people want the welfare of their own families and future generations, they should vote for the BJP. Modi claimed that these parties only work for their own families and engage in corruption and appeasement politics, which is harmful to the country.

    Modi stated that the BJP has decided to focus on the “Santhurstikaran Abhiyan” (satisfaction of all) and move away from appeasement politics. He mentioned several communities in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, and other states that have been neglected for a long time. Modi highlighted the plight of certain Scheduled Caste communities in Telangana, such as Chenchu and Manyam Dora, who have been ignored due to appeasement politics. He criticized opposition parties like the BRS for not reducing petrol prices, which he believes is a betrayal of the poor and middle class.

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    In response to a question about winning the confidence of voters, Modi advised booth level cadre to work with a service-oriented mindset and help people by resolving their issues and ensuring government schemes reach them. He also encouraged them to educate the public about the differences in petrol prices between BJP-ruled states and other states like Telangana, Bihar, and Tamil Nadu.

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