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    Union Home Minister Amit Shah warned Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy to be careful of his enthusiasm. Shah claimed that Revanth, who recently took office, was being aggressive at the direction of the Congress high command. He mentioned that a case was filed against Revanth in relation to a manipulated video incident.

    Shah stated that he would not react emotionally like Revanth, but instead would address the matter in the High Court. He also suggested that Revanth should realize that the Congress high command was merely using him for financial gain and would discard him after the elections.

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    During public gatherings in Malkajgiri, Adilabad, and Nizamabad, Shah alleged that the Congress high command was imposing a tax on Telangana for election funding. He encouraged people to vote for the BJP in all Lok Sabha seats in Telangana, promising that the BJP would manage the financial flow going to Delhi.

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    Shah reiterated the BJP’s stance on ending Muslim reservations as they are unconstitutional, while pledging to protect the reservations of SCs, STs, and OBCs. He highlighted the achievements of the NDA government over the last decade, including the abrogation of Article 370, the ban on triple talaq, and the construction of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. Shah characterized the upcoming Lok Sabha elections as a battle between the NDA led by PM Modi and the INDIA alliance led by the Congress.

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    He contrasted Modi’s humble beginnings with Rahul Gandhi’s privileged upbringing, claiming that Modi has a clean record with no corruption allegations. Shah criticized the Nehru family’s legacy and touted the social welfare initiatives implemented by Modi’s government for the poor. He expressed confidence in winning over 400 seats in the upcoming election phases and questioned the leadership potential of the INDI alliance. Shah concluded by emphasizing Modi’s ability to lead and care for the country effectively.

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