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    The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) leaders are gaining unanimous support for polling in the villages ahead of the next Assembly elections. In Kamareddy Assembly constituency, which will be contested by BRS Chief K Chandrashekar Rao, and Siddipet segment represented by T Harish Rao, the party leaders have received unanimous voting resolutions from the villages. The resolutions state that the entire village will be voting for BRS candidates in the upcoming election.

    It all started in Siddipet Assembly constituency when Rampur village in Siddipet rural mandal adopted a resolution and handed it over to Minister Harish Rao. The village gave the party leaders a grand welcome. Minister Harish Rao praised the villagers for their big hearts and promised to provide any facilities they needed. In the previous election, all but seven votes were polled in favor of Harish Rao. The Minister urged voters to ensure that all votes are cast in favor of BRS.

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    In Kamareddy, several villages have also adopted resolutions to vote for BRS in the upcoming election. Rajkhanpet village in Machareddy mandal, Yellampet gram panchayat, Ankireddypally, Maisamma Cheruvu, Venuka, Nadimi, Manthani Devanpally, and Bodagutta hamlets have all declared their support for BRS. The Sarpanches met with BRS MLC K Kavitha and handed over copies of the resolutions voting in favor of BRS. Kavitha stated that the villagers were happy with the development under the BRS government and even the opposition BJP government at the Centre was recognizing their progress.

    During the local body elections in January 2020, there was a similar unanimous pattern of support for BRS. Around 80 wards had declared their support, with the majority (77) in favor of BRS. There is a cash reward of Rs 10 lakh for wards that show unanimous support in the local body elections. The candidates have been assuring voters that they will take care of their needs as a gesture of appreciation for their support.

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    A big meeting is scheduled to take place in Kamareddy on Monday with the sarpanches.

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    Rajesh M
    Rajesh M
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