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9 hours ago, sreentr said:

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 Corona kaalam lo repati rojuna asalu bratikuntaamo ledo ani janaalu bhayam tho unte .. Matam perutho Jananni rechagottatam enti ra? Moham pagalagotte vaallu leka. ee 7 yrs lo ee potu gaadu peekindendo mari Hinduvulaki. Ippatikaina Janalani Corona nunchi ela kaapadaalo emi cheyaalo... adi edavandi ra Baffas. naalugu votes anna padatayi next elections lo. 

 

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Antha potu gallu ite Hindu matanni vuddarinche vallu ite India ni Hindu country ga declare cheyandi..... i will never raise my voice against BJP/MoSha .....

elagu meeku full majority vundi in both houses.....

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In a setback to the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi government, BJP’s Samadhan Autade defeated NCP’s Bhagirath Bhalke in the bypoll to Pandharpur Assembly constituency in Solapur district. Autade won the seat by a thin margin of 3,733 votes on Sunday.

 

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17 hours ago, sreentr said:

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Anthega...muslims matram old city aina Bengal lo 30% andaru unired ga untaru...adi matam , tappu kaadu..

Communist bastion lo bjp 80 seats galavadam no joke....

 

Sweep anukunna TN  lo bjp ki 5 seats,. Kerala vote share up n Pondy and Assam win..

BJP odipoyindi anukunte adi wrong analysis n self satisfaction kosam matrame for haters..next target in South is TG....

 

 

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lost its only seat in the Kerala Assembly - Thiruvananthapuram’s Nemom constituency. V Shivankutty of CPI(M) wrested the seat from BJP’s lone incumbent MLA O Rajagopal.

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election results to the Kerala and Tamil Nadu assemblies in 2021 have been a dampener for the BJP in southern India. In Kerala, the BJP’s seat share fell from 16 per cent in 2016 to 11.51 per cent in 2021.

In Tamil Nadu the party’s seat share dipped from an already abysmal 2.84 per cent to 2.77 per cent.

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