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Congress candidate Hyderabad Lok Sabha Sameer vows to transform Hyderabad, criticises MIM and BJP

MIM, which has held the Hyderabad seat since 1984, for neglecting the Old City’Sameer

Hyderabad, May 1 (PMI): Congress candidate from Hyderabad Lok Sabha constituency Mohammed Waliullah Sameer claimed that he has been receiving significant support from the people of Hyderabad in his ongoing election campaign, indicating a desire for change in the political landscape.

        Speaking to media Sameer noted that his campaign had garnered strong response across all seven Assembly segments within the Hyderabad Lok Sabha constituency. “The campaign is in full swing in Charminar, Bahadurpura, Yakutpura, Malakpet, Gosha Mahal, Chandrayangutta, and Karwan constituencies. Hundreds of Congress workers are conducting door-to-door campaignspersons after holding a review meeting with the party leaders and workers on the next phase of the election campaign for the Lok Sabha elections on Wednesday, Waliullah, organising bike rallies, and holding public meetings with the slogan ‘Haath Badlega Halaat,'” he explained.

        Sameer criticised the MIM, which has held the Hyderabad seat since 1984, for neglecting the Old City and failing to address the community’s needs. He also said the BJP has fallen short of its promises. “Hyderabad’s potential as a tourist hub has been held back by the narrow political agendas of both MIM and BJP. The Congress party promises to revitalise the Old City and make it a modern destination rivalling Istanbul. Decades-old promises still echo through our streets, but action – not just words – will truly transform Hyderabad,” he stated.

Sameer urged the people of Hyderabad to reject MIM and BJP for their divisive approach to politics. “The BJP is busy handing out certificates of Hindutva, while MIM is validating Muslim leadership in other parties,” he said. (pressmediaofindia)

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