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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a strong criticism of the Congress party and the BRS during a rally in Zaheerabad. He made it clear that he would not allow reservation for Muslims based on religion, stating that it should not come at the expense of SCs, STs, and OBCs. Modi also expressed confidence that he would celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Constitution during his third term in office.

    In his speech, Modi indirectly targeted Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy, accusing the state of diverting funds collected through a “double R (RR) tax” to Delhi. He contrasted this with the success of the Telugu film RRR on the international stage, criticizing the Congress-imposed RR tax for bringing disgrace to Telangana.

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    The Prime Minister warned that the Congress party would introduce a 55% inheritance tax if they came to power, highlighting the policy paralysis India faced under the previous UPA government. He also criticized the Congress for engaging in false promises, vote bank politics, supporting criminal activities, dynastic politics, and corruption whenever they were in power.

    Modi went on to accuse both the BRS and Congress of corruption in Telangana, referencing their involvement in scandals such as the Kaleshwaram project and the Delhi liquor scam. He criticized the Congress for prioritizing their vote bank over the interests of all citizens, citing examples like banning Shoba Yatra on Ramanavami day.

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    The Prime Minister emphasized that religious-based reservations are unconstitutional and contrary to Dr. BR Ambedkar’s principles. He criticized Rahul Gandhi, referring to him as “Shehzada,” for suggesting that the BJP would alter the Constitution, asserting that his party has always protected and upheld its integrity. Modi also accused previous generations of Gandhi family members of undermining the Constitution through actions like removing symbolic images and imposing restrictions on media freedom.

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