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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized the corruption of BRS party leaders in Telangana, accusing them of being involved in corrupt activities from local to national levels. He made these remarks at a BJP event in Jagtial.

    Modi urged the people of Telangana to vote for BJP in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections to ensure the state’s development. He called for defeating Congress and BRS parties to teach them a lesson. Modi mentioned the corruption allegations against BRS leaders in projects like Kaleshwaram and a liquor scam in Delhi.

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    The Prime Minister also criticized the Congress government for allegedly protecting BRS leaders and not investigating corruption claims. He emphasized that corrupt individuals will be held accountable regardless of their political affiliation. Modi highlighted the importance of supporting BJP for progress and development in Telangana.

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    Modi encouraged women to vote for BJP, emphasizing the strength of women in society. He criticized the Congress government for not valuing women’s contributions and urged people to reject parties focused on personal gain rather than public welfare.

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