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    Hyderabad, July 2 (Namaste Telangana): Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has reiterated that positive change is only possible when there is a complete transformation in traditional practices. He emphasized that the welfare, growth, and upliftment of farmers and backward classes should be the goal of the BJP government. With the slogan ‘Ab Ki Baar Kisan Sarkar’ (This time, a government for farmers), he made it clear that it is possible to achieve ‘Bharat Desh Parivartan’ (India’s transformation) with the sound of ‘Ab Ki Baar Kisan Sarkar’.

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    Under the leadership of former soldier Sunil Bapuravu, who is the working president of the Farmer State Party, a large number of former soldiers joined CM KCR in the BJP on Sunday. They pledged to fight as soldiers for the country’s transformation. CM KCR extended an invitation to former soldiers to join the BJP. Speaking on the occasion, he said that the sound of ‘Ab Ki Baar Kisan Sarkar’ has inspired former soldiers to come forward and take the lead in establishing Farmer State. This is a major step towards positive change in the country’s politics.

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    For Defense today.. For Transformation today

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    CM KCR urged former soldiers who fought for the country’s defense in the past to now fight for its transformation. He stated that if the development and welfare programs being implemented in Telangana are implemented throughout the country, positive change is possible. Among those who joined the BJP were former soldiers who held high ranks in the army and also officers. They came from various regions such as Malegaon, Nasik, Tukaram Dafde from Pune, Sandeep Lagad from Solapur, Baban Pawar from Shirur, Rajendra Kapre from Beed, Haridas Shinde from Dhule, Nandkumar Kade from Basavakalyan, Umesh Hande from Ahmednagar, Shiva Naik from Hadapsar, and Ramesh Saheb from Dondaicha, among others.

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    The event was attended by MLAs Palla Rajeshwar Reddy, V Balsuman, former Minister Samudrala Venugopalachari, and BJP leaders Shankaranna Donge and Kalvakuntla Vamsi Dhar Rao, among others.

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