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    The BRS Government in Warangal has failed to meet the expectations of the people, according to Congress Warangal West candidate Naini Rajender Reddy. He criticized the BRS for not delivering on its promises related to water, funds, and jobs, which were the foundation of the Telangana Movement. Instead, he claimed that the state was experiencing autocratic rule.

    Naini reminded the public that Chief Minister KCR had made grand promises during his visit to Warangal, including developing the city like Washington and providing double bedroom houses for slum-dwellers. However, none of these promises were fulfilled. In contrast, Naini emphasized that the Congress party has always worked for the well-being of marginalized communities.

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    Naini urged voters to carefully consider their choices. He alleged that both the BJP and BRS were secretly collaborating with each other, despite appearing to be opponents. Naini called on intellectuals and advocates for Telangana to raise awareness about the alleged wrongdoings of the BRS. He appealed to the people to put an end to what he described as a despotic regime that has lasted for a decade.

    During his campaign in Hanumakonda, Naini was joined by Corporator Thota Venkateshwarlu, district libraries chairman Md Azeez Khan, and S Kumar Yadav, among others.

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