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Yogi Adityanath Sparks Name-Change Buzz in Telangana Amid Election Campaign

Addressing a well-attended rally, Adityanath expressed concern about Telangana's development being hindered by various mafias, including land and mining mafias. He emphasized the need to confront these issues and restore Mahabubnagar to its earlier name, Palamoor.

By Rekha Joshi 
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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has stirred up speculation about another name change, this time in Telangana, during his campaign in Mahabubnagar. A day after proposing the renaming of Hyderabad to “Bhagyanagar,” Adityanath referred to Mahabubnagar by its more common name, Palamoor.

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Addressing a well-attended rally, Adityanath expressed concern about Telangana’s development being hindered by various mafias, including land and mining mafias. He emphasized the need to confront these issues and restore Mahabubnagar to its earlier name, Palamoor.

Mahabubnagar, the largest district in Telangana, is slated for assembly polls on November 30. Adityanath criticized the current state of Telangana, claiming it should be on a development trajectory but is instead under the influence of mafias.

In a dig at the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), Adityanath remarked that they did not allow the celebration of September 17, 1948, when the state, under Nizam rule, merged with the Indian Union. He pledged to celebrate this day once the BJP comes to power.

Drawing parallels with Uttar Pradesh, Adityanath highlighted the positive changes brought about by the BJP government in his state, addressing issues related to mafias and riots. He urged the people of Telangana to bring about a similar transformation by giving Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao “voluntary retirement.”

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Adityanath accused the BRS and Congress of hindering development, suggesting a common alliance with AIMIM. He emphasized the emergence of a new India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership and the security of the country’s borders.

Referring to Constitution Day celebrated on November 26, Adityanath pointed out a terrorist attack in Mumbai during the Congress regime. He contrasted this with the BJP’s rule, emphasizing a proactive approach in responding to security threats through actions like air and surgical strikes.

Highlighting a paper leak in the Telangana Public Service Commission under BRS, Adityanath criticized the government’s silence and contrasted it with the employment opportunities generated under Modi’s leadership, dismissing the earlier slogan of the Congress favoring a particular community.

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