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    In Gadwal, a candidate running for the Nagarkurnool parliamentary election has big plans if elected. They want to make the constituency an education hub by offering free education to all students, especially those from BC, SC, and ST backgrounds. They also aim to establish IT-based companies in the area for development and provide free coaching for job seekers at the mandal level.

    When it comes to farmers and tribals in the region, the candidate plans to fight for national status for the Palamuru Ranga Reddy Lift Irrigation scheme and complete pending projects. They also want to set up agro-based industries, food processing units, and improve transportation infrastructure for farm produce. Additionally, they aim to establish industries based on tribal produce like bamboo and honey.

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    In terms of heritage and cultural development, the candidate wants to enhance temples like Alampur Jogulamba Bala Brahmeswara Swami temple and make them tourist attractions by allocating special grants. They also plan to develop other temples in the area for tourism purposes.

    Addressing rumors about their beliefs, the candidate denies being an atheist and defends themselves against false rumors spread by the BJP party. They express their commitment to Hinduism and clarify that they have participated in religious ceremonies at temples.

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    Regarding issues with land and sand mafia in Alampur, the candidate condemns it and promises to take action by filing the Walta Act and sending offenders to jail.

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