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    The Telangana government has achieved inclusive growth through innovation and infrastructure in the last nine years. Minister and BRS working president K T Rama Rao said that any government should follow the same path to achieve success. He also said that the BRS doesn’t believe in joining hands to dethrone a leader or party from power.

    KTR invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP national president J P Nadda, and AICC chief Mallikarjun Kharge to visit Telangana and see if there is any other state in the country with a better development model. Telangana is ahead of other states in per capita income and provides more than one lakh jobs in the government sector. KTR also said that the measures taken by the government had helped in extending benefits of government schemes to all sections of people.

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    Telangana has achieved many milestones like providing potable drinking water to every household under Mission Bhagiratha, completing the world’s largest lift irrigation project Kaleshwaram within three years, and setting up more than 1,000 Gurukuls to provide education to the poorer sections in all communities. KTR also compared Telangana’s paddy procurement pattern with Chhattisgarh’s and said that Telangana purchases every grain that is produced.

    KTR said that BRS is an invincible political force, and BJP and Congress remain ‘pygmies’ in Telangana. BRS would be back in power for a third consecutive term, and KCR will be the CM, he said putting at rest speculations about his elevation.

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    However, some challenges still need to be addressed, like transportation facility, drains development, and improvement of stormwater drainage system in Hyderabad, basic civic infrastructure in villages and towns.

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