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    Thirteen Medical Colleges Sanctioned to Telangana Welcomed by Bandi Sanjay Kumar

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    The Telangana State BJP chief, Bandi Sanjay Kumar, expressed gratitude towards the Central government for approving 13 new medical colleges in Telangana. He thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya for their commitment to the development of the state. Sanjay Kumar claimed that the State government did not respond to the Centre’s communication about the sanctioned medical colleges, but instead blamed the Centre for not granting any.

    Sanjay Kumar also mentioned that despite the State government not cooperating, the Centre has been allocating special funds for the welfare and development of Telangana. He called out Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao for creating hurdles and alleging discrimination towards Telangana in setting up new medical colleges.

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    In summary, Sanjay Kumar appreciated the Centre’s efforts in approving new medical colleges in Telangana and thanked them for their commitment to the state’s development. He also criticized the State government for not cooperating and blaming the Centre for their own shortcomings.

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