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Shah said Telangana should become an important part of the development process initiated under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Continuing his attack on the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) government, he said the schemes launched by the Modi government for the welfare of various sections of people had not reached the people in the state.
Referring to his interaction with villagers, the BJP chief said people were facing problems due to drinking water shortage. Moreover, widows and elderly persons were not getting pension.
He said the farmers were suffering as their fields were being destroyed by the chemical factories.
According to Shah, the Modi government has stood like a rock whenever challenges for the country's security has arisen. He claimed that the government boosted the morale of the armed forces by carrying out surgical strikes.
The BJP national president earlier visited Chinna Madaram village and lauded the initiatives taken by the woman sarpanch for implementation of various schemes of the central government.
Stating that the Modi government launched 107 schemes for the welfare of the poor, women, youth and other sections, Shah said if the schemes were properly implemented at the grassroots they could transform people's lives.