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    Hyderabad: Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy denied claims by the Opposition that Telangana was experiencing power cuts. He explained that power disruptions were due to reasons like transformer breakdowns, increased power load, and trees falling. Revanth stated that he would address the issue of power outages after the election code is lifted. He also clarified that poet Ande Sri selected MM Keeravani as the music composer for the Telangana State song.

    In a casual media interaction in Delhi, Revanth Reddy highlighted the government’s dedication to providing quality power supply in the State. He emphasized that despite a rise in demand, the government’s priority was to ensure uninterrupted power throughout Telangana. Revanth stated, “There are no power cuts in Telangana. Disruptions may have been caused by tree falls, high usage, or transformer breakdowns leading to delays in repair and restoration.”

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    Regarding the decision to change the Telangana symbol, song, and Telugu Talli chosen by the previous BRS government, Revanth defended the move. He believed that these symbols should represent the sacrifices of the people and entrusted Ande Sri with creating the State Song. The State symbol of Telangana will be designed by an artist based in Nizamabad. Revanth mentioned that it was Ande Sri’s responsibility to select a music composer for the song.

    Speaking about the Kaleshwaram project, Revanth reiterated the government’s commitment to proceeding with expert advice. He described the project as complex due to the inability to store water for later release. Revanth compared the issue to a broken spine rather than a single tooth, indicating that 52 TMC of water had flowed into the sea, resulting in significant power bills for water release. The Chief Minister also praised the recent Lok Sabha polls as transparent, highlighting minimal misuse of government resources and lack of allegations against officials compared to neighboring Andhra Pradesh.

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