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Telangana government today decided to bring in tougher laws to curb sale of spurious seeds, food adulteration and gambling. Chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who held a meeting with ministers and senior officials here, directed that an ordinance be prepared for taking up in the cabinet meeting next Saturday, a release from his office said. Though the government has closed down card clubs, gambling continues through online and other platforms, the CM noted.
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