Hyderabad: The saying "An enemy's enemy is a friend" works well in politics. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann on Tuesday met BRS party supremo and Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao at Pragati Bhavan. He is the third political leader to extend his support to the BRS party after Akhilesh Yadav and Kumaraswamy.
The two Chief Ministers discussed the political situation in the country along with the progress of Telangana, governance of the state of Punjab, etc. In view of the formation of the BRS party at the national level, Punjab CM Mann congratulated KCR, a statement from the CMO said.
BRS action plan
Following several meetings, BRS had planned a series of meetings post-Christmas.
Bharat Rashtra Kisan Samithi, the BRS Kisan Cell, will be launched in six states—Punjab, Haryana, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Odisha, and Andhra Pradesh—by December end. The BRS flag will be hoisted in Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Odisha.
As part of the plan, KCR has proposed songs and literature in various languages to spread BRS ideology across the country. He has also sought the support of many celebrities. A national press conference has been planned in Delhi at the end of December to announce the policies and the party's future action plan. The BRS chief is planning to meet journalists from many national and international media organizations. Earlier, on 14 December, KCR inaugurated the BRS office in Delhi.