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    Young voters in Secunderabad and Medchal Malkajgiri Assembly constituency are focused on issues like better employment opportunities, communal harmony, and equal development. Many first-time voters are concerned about the lack of job opportunities, as they feel that politicians make promises but do not follow through. They are looking for a party that is committed to the youth and their future. Communal harmony is also a top priority for these young voters.

    Venu Eppa, a first-time voter and graduate of Osmania University, emphasized the importance of politicians delivering on their promises, especially when it comes to creating job opportunities. He shared a personal experience of a family member struggling to find a job in the government sector despite being qualified. This has made him cautious about choosing a candidate based on their track record of fulfilling promises.

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    Vikhyath Juluri, another young voter, highlighted religious tensions, inflation, and unemployment as major concerns. He stressed the need for peace and harmony in society, advocating for secularism and a candidate who prioritizes community well-being over divisive politics.

    Anushka Sarkar, a resident of Jeedimetla, echoed similar sentiments about job security and eradicating illiteracy. She expressed frustration with political parties making empty promises about job creation without tangible results. Anushka emphasized the importance of holding candidates accountable for their actions and past records.

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    Sai Durga, a final year BTech student, also raised concerns about unemployment and false promises made by leaders during election campaigns. He emphasized the need for voters to carefully consider candidates’ track records and commitments before casting their votes.

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