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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be campaigning in Hyderabad, starting with the Malkajgiri constituency on the 15th of this month. The Bharatiya Janata Party is focusing on Malkajgiri in hopes of doing well in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

    The Kamal Dal is also concentrating on Malkajgiri, Chevella, Hyderabad, and Secunderabad. They are bringing national leaders to campaign in these areas. Home Minister Amit Shah visited the city two days ago, and now Prime Minister Modi will be visiting for the second time in just ten days. Modi recently attended a public meeting in Patancheru and is now planning a 5 km roadshow in Malkajgiri.

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    The police have imposed restrictions in Hyderabad in preparation for the Prime Minister’s visit. Modi will be attending a meeting in Malkajgiri on the 15th, and as a result, flying para gliders, remote control drones, and remote control micro light aircraft is prohibited within a 5 km radius from Mirjalguda to Malkajgiri cross road. Police Commissioner Tarun Joshi has warned that violators will face action under various sections of the Indian Penal Code.

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