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    On June 22, the BJP leaders in the state of Hyderabad will meet 35 lakh families in a single day as part of the ‘Intintiki BJP’ event to celebrate the completion of nine years under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The leaders, ranging from polling booth presidents to state presidents, will visit the homes of voters. Each booth president will visit at least 100 families, while state level leaders will visit families in their respective constituencies.

    During their visits from 7 am to 1 pm, the leaders will explain to families what PM Modi has done for them. There are 35 lakh booth committees in total. Bandi Sanjay will visit families in Chaitanyapuri in Karimnagar Assembly constituency, while Union Minister G Kishan Reddy and other senior leaders will visit people in their own constituencies.

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    This event is part of the BJP’s Maha Jansampark Yatra, which runs from June 22 to 30.

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