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Telangana residents express discontent with BRS rule, seek change: DK Shivakumar

Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister D K Shivakumar on Saturday remarked that the people of Telangana are vexed with the rule of BRS and are aspiring for change in the state.

Hyderabad: Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister D K Shivakumar on Saturday remarked that the people of Telangana are vexed with the rule of BRS and are aspiring for change in the state.

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Addressing the media here, Shivakumar stated that Hyderabad and Bangalore are considered twins of the country. The development of Hyderabad was attributed to former chief ministers N Chandrababu Naidu and Y S Rajasekhar Reddy.

The global spotlight is on Telangana, and it is time to reciprocate the separate statehood granted to Telangana by Sonia Gandhi.

Shivakumar mentioned that the Congress party has been fulfilling its election promises in Karnataka.

He urged CM KCR and Minister KTR to visit Karnataka to understand the situation.

The five guarantees announced in the Karnataka elections have been implemented, and Shivakumar, expressing confidence in forming a Congress government in Telangana, assured to implement six guarantees.

Highlighting the national reach of the Congress party, Shivakumar emphasized that each state has different requirements, and their schemes are tailored to the needs of the people in each state.

Free electricity has been initiated for farmers in Karnataka, surpassing Telangana in this aspect. Shivakumar stated that KCR is not truthful, branding him as a liar.

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