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    The Yadav community in Hyderabad is demanding political parties to give tickets to their leaders based on their population in the State. A meeting of various Yadav organizations was held at a convention hall in Nagole. Suraj Mandal Yadav, the grandson of BC Reservation provider, urged the Yadavs to come together and strive for power. He emphasized the need for a Yadav leader to become the Prime Minister, considering that Yadavs make up 20% of the country’s population. He also expressed concerns about the limited political representation of Yadavs in Telangana, despite their 18% population.

    Yadav community leader and Animal Husbandry Minister, Talasani Srinivas Yadav, stated that the government has been working sincerely towards the welfare of Yadavs. He mentioned that several Yadavs have been given opportunities in local bodies and highlighted the allocation of land and construction of a building worth Rs 400 crore in Kokapet. The minister emphasized the need for more programs for the welfare of Yadavs in the next five years.

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    Eatala Rajender, BJP Election Committee chairman, pledged to prioritize all BC and MBC castes, including Golla Kurumas, in the next election. He emphasized the importance of conducting a census of BCs in the State. Former MP and Congress leader V. Hanumantha Rao called for unity among BCs and compared their struggle to the movie ‘Balagam’. Chalakani Venkat Yadav, State president of Yadava Vidyavantula Vedika, released the ‘Yadava Declaration’ on development and political representation of Yadavs.

    The meeting was attended by several leaders of the Yadav community, including Ramulu Naik, V Venkateshwarlu, Chintala Rabindranath Yadav, R Laxman Yadav, Balraj Yadav, Murali Yadav, Chinna Srisailam Yadav, and Jajayya Yadav.

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