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Thursday, June 13, 2024

Country is thriving in peace and communal harmony under Modi’s leadership: Reddy


 Under Modi’s leadership, the country is thriving in peace and communal harmony, nurturing unity and goodwill among the diverse communities, said BJP candidate for the Chevella Parliamentary constituency, Konda Vishweshwar Reddy here on Thursday.

Chevella is poised to become a stronghold for the BJP in the upcoming parliamentary elections, as the party’s flag is expected to rise high in the region, Reddy said, during the Praja Ashirwada yatra conducted as a part of the election campaign at Venkatapur, Kandhuwada village and other areas of Chevella constituency.

He engaged with villagers to understand their concerns and assured them of a resolution upon his electoral victory.

Expressing dismay at Telangana’s descent into debt under the governance of BRS and the ruling Congress, he criticized the Congress for misleading the public on six guarantees, which have a remote possibility of being fulfilled.

Similarly, he pointed out the deceptive practices of the earlier KCR administration, particularly in the guise of the Kaleshwaram project and welfare schemes.

Expressing unwavering confidence in Modi’s sweeping victory in the upcoming parliamentary elections, he asserted that Modi faces no opponent capable of matching his stature, foreseeing his triumphant return as Prime Minister for the third term.

He extended warm greetings to Muslim brethren on the occasion of Ramzan during his visits to various villages, participating wholeheartedly in their festivities.

He took the opportunity to remind the public of the prevailing peace and communal harmony fostered under Modi’s leadership, emphasizing the unity among people of different communities.

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