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    Shabbir Ali Criticizes BRS Leaders for their Remarks on Party Defections

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    Congress senior leader and government advisor Shabbir Ali criticized the BRS party leaders for their stance on party defections. Speaking at Gandhi Bhavan on Monday, Ali questioned KCR’s decision to strip Bhatti Vikramarka of the Leader of the Opposition title in both the Legislative Assembly.

    Ali pointed out that the BRS party lost deposits in 8 parliamentary seats and now they are discussing disqualification. He also criticized the allocation of 11 acres of land for the BRS party office, suggesting that the government should reclaim the land and auction it to raise funds for loan waivers.

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    Additionally, Ali highlighted the lack of an official office for the Congress party and called for the lands given to the BRS party in Kokapet to be taken back. He accused KCR of selling Telangana and criticized his governance of the state.

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