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    Senior Congress leader V Hanumantha Rao believes that if AICC leader Rahul Gandhi becomes India’s Prime Minister, all weaker sections will receive their fair share in the country. Speaking at a press conference at Gandhi Bhavan in Hyderabad, Rao emphasized that the BCs make up over 50 percent of the total population and should be proportionally represented in politics.

    Rao criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not adequately supporting the BCs, despite their significant population. He claimed that under Modi’s leadership, BCs have not received the support they deserve from the Union government.

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    According to Rao, if Rahul Gandhi were to become Prime Minister, there would be increased job opportunities for unemployed youth and better promotions for employees. He urged BCs to support the Congress party in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections and rally behind Rahul Gandhi’s leadership.

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