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    Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy released a book titled “Governorpet to Governor’s House” at MCRHRD Institute in Hyderabad on Sunday. Former DGP and Governor PS Ram Mohan Rao authored the book.

    Speaking on the occasion, CM Revanth Reddy thanked the organisers for inviting him to the event and said it was an excellent experience for him to meet all intellectuals who had acquainted knowledge in the last 76 years. He expressed concern about the declining role of Telugu people in national politics and emphasized the need to restore their political glory.

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    CM Revanth Reddy highlighted the importance of Telugu in national politics and pointed out the lack of Cabinet ministers from Telugu states in the Union Government. He also mentioned the Telangana Government’s plan to seek suggestions from experienced intellectuals and administrators.

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    Revanth Reddy mentioned a tradition from the past where NTR had not fielded his party candidate against PV Narasimha Rao, allowing him to be elected MP unanimously and become Prime Minister of India. He expressed his government’s intention to adopt such good traditions in politics.

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    The Chief Minister stressed the importance of unity among all Telugu people despite the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh, emphasizing the need to maintain cordial relations.

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