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    HomeTelanganaRevanth Reddy claims 'Narendra Modi's medicine' in Hyderabad is nearing expiry date.

    Revanth Reddy claims ‘Narendra Modi’s medicine’ in Hyderabad is nearing expiry date.

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    Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy has stated that the ‘Modi’s medicine’ has lost its effectiveness, comparing it to a medicine that has expired. Speaking at the Congress party’s 139th Foundation Day event in Nagpur, Reddy also questioned why Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s strong image did not prevent the breach of Parliament by a few individuals. He mocked the phrase ‘double-engine sarkar’, saying it refers to Adani and Pradhani. Reddy credited Rahul Gandhi for the party’s victories in Karnataka and Telangana and expressed confidence that Maharashtra would follow suit. He emphasized the importance of the next three months for the party and urged all members to dedicate themselves to its cause for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.

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