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Telangana Assembly Elections: Stage set for high-octane last lap of campaigning; PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi to address rallies today

Modi, in his previous campaigns, had lacerated Telangana's ruling TRS and the Congress for perpetuating 'family rule' and pursuing 'vote bank' politics that harm development like 'termites'.

India TV News Desk India TV News Desk
Hyderabad Updated on: December 03, 2018 18:50 IST
With only four days to go before the electioneering ends

With only four days to go before the electioneering ends for the upcoming polls in Telangana, major political parties have left no stone unturned to woo the voters in the state. 

With only four days to go before the electioneering ends for the upcoming polls in Telangana, major political parties have left no stone unturned to woo the voters in the state. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi fresh from the G20 summit in Argentina will address a rally at Lal Bahadur Stadium in Hyderabad on Monday. This is the second time that Modi will be campaigning in Telangana. He had addressed rallies at Nizamabad and Mahbubnagar on November 27.

Modi, in his previous campaigns, had lacerated Telangana's ruling TRS and the Congress for perpetuating 'family rule' and pursuing 'vote bank' politics that harm development like 'termites'.

Calling the two parties two sides of the same coin, PM Modi had recalled caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao's 'apprenticeship' with Congress and claimed that they were playing a 'friendly match' in the assembly polls.

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BJP chief Amit Shah, on his part, has so far addressed about 10 election meetings in Telangana and requested people to give a chance to his party to rule the state.

On the other side, Congress president Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to address rallies at Gadwal and Tandur on December 3. Congress is also trying to get UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi to address another public meeting on December 5.

 

 

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