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Telangana Elections 2023: Congress Releases 2nd List Of 45 Candidates, Azharuddin To Contest From Jubilee Hills

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New Delhi: The Congress party revealed its second list of candidates for the upcoming Telangana elections on Friday, presenting a lineup of 45 candidates. Among the notable selections, former Indian cricket team captain Mohammad Azharuddin will be contesting from the Jubilee Hills assembly constituency, and Madhu Goud Yaskhi emerged as the chosen candidate for the Lal Bahadur Nagar constituency.

The list was disclosed a day after a meeting in Delhi, with the presence of party president Mallikarjun Kharge, Sonia Gandhi, and other leaders from Telangana.

The 45 names released on Friday were cleared in the meeting, whereas a list of candidates for 19 constituencies was referred back to the screening committee for reconsideration.

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