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In Telangana, PM Modi claims that dynastic parties are known for their “jhoot and loot.”

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi attacked the nation’s “dynasty parties,” claiming that despite their differences, “jhoot and loot” was their shared trait.

Speaking at a packed public event in this area, the PM said that he had committed himself to public welfare as a “sevak” and that his life was like a “open book.”

“The face of dynasty parties may be different but they have a similar character–jhoot and loot (lies and loot),” he said.

Modi went on to say that even though “TRS became BRS,” Telangana was left in the dark.

The regional party has now been replaced in power by the Congress, but “nothing is going to happen,” he said.

On Monday, March 4, 2024, during the inauguration of development efforts in Adilabad, Telangana, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was honoured. Union Minister G Kishan Reddy and Telangana Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan are also seen.
In Telangana, PM Modi unveils development initiatives valued at Rs 56,000 crore.
He accused the governing Congress of “sitting on files instead of taking action” and said that during its time, BRS had committed “scams” such as the Kaleswaram lift irrigation project.

Later, Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS), which was created by K Chandrasekhar Rao, changed its name to Bharat Rashtra Samiti.

The Prime Minister said at the rally that the country has completed a number of development projects in the last 15 days, adding that these efforts are intended to fortify “Atmanirbhar Bharat” and “Viksit Bharat.”

He also said that on Sunday in New Delhi, he conducted in-depth talks about an action plan for a developed India with all of his ministers and senior officials.

Modi emphasized once again the importance his party places on the wellbeing of Adivasis, saying that this is being given top attention.

“My life is like an open book,” he said. The citizens of the nation are aware of it.”

“When I left home in my childhood, I left with a dream that I will live for the countrymen,” he said.

“My family is the 140 crore people in this country.” “MY India is my family,” he said, saying “Mera Bharat mera parivar.”

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