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    Hyderabad: The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted that Telangana will experience extremely hot weather with temperatures reaching up to 50 degrees Celsius in April and May. In response, the ruling Congress party and opposition parties BRS and BJP are planning their ‘summer action plan’ for the upcoming election campaign until polling day on May 13.

    Concerned about the impact of heat waves on large gatherings, the leadership of the three parties are working on strategies to ensure successful public meetings and rallies. Special arrangements are being made to mobilize people for these events, as it is unlikely that many will attend during the hottest times of the day. The schedule for public meetings and rallies will be adjusted based on the local conditions in each Lok Sabha Constituency, with rallies taking place in the late evening and public meetings in the morning before 11 AM.

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already been holding morning public meetings in Telangana due to the high temperatures. The ruling Congress is also planning large public meetings in at least 10 Lok Sabha segments, scheduled for the late evening hours. Measures such as providing drinking water and buttermilk to attendees will be implemented to help them cope with the heat. Local leaders and ministers have been tasked with organizing these events and ensuring that all necessary precautions are taken.

    The opposition BRS party is also gearing up for public meetings to challenge both the ruling Congress and BJP. Leaders are working to make sure attendees are protected from the heat during these gatherings, with tents and fans being set up to provide relief from the scorching temperatures. Special teams will be formed to assist with mobilizing people and providing necessary facilities to help everyone stay cool during the meetings.

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