BRS national president K Chandrashekhar Rao
Telangana: Come polls, BRS national president K Chandrashekhar Rao has decided to spread wings. To start with, he is organizing a public meeting at Kandar Loha in Maharashtra on March 26. BRS said a large number of leaders and people will join the BRS from Maharashtra.
BRS’ policies and KCR’s vision KCR are being received well by people across the country. “Many senior leaders from many states are already joining the BRS party as they liked BRS policies, which aimed to bring about a qualitative change in the lives of the people of the entire country. The recently held Nanded public meeting drew an overwhelming response and became a sensation in Indian politics which led to a big debate in national politics,” BRS said.
KCR's quest for people-oriented development and welfare created an impact across North India and Maharashtra. Revolutionary development programmes and welfare schemes in Telangana are already attention from people across the country. “People in the country already wished to have a Chief Minister like KCR in their respective states. People are confident that their support of KCR will help develop the country along with Telangana. The big support to Nanded public meeting made it clear that people are coming forward for a qualitative change in their lives,” BRS said.
In this background, many senior leaders of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) resigned and came forward to join BRS. On this occasion, former MLA and President of NCP Kisan cell Shankaranna Dhonge, former MLA Nagnath Ghisewad (who lost from Bhokar constituency to former CM Ashok Chauhan by a margin of only 1000 votes), NCP Nanded district President Datta Pawar, Maharashtra NCP Youth Secretary Shivraj Dhonge, NCP Nanded President Shivdas Dharmapurikar, Kisan Morcha President Manohar Patil Bhosikar, NCP Spokesperson Dr. Sunil Patil, NCP Loha President Subhash Vakore, NCP Kandar President Datta Karamange, Zilla Parishad Members, Advocate Vijay Dhondage, NCP Youth President Hanmant. Kalyankar, Praveen Jatewad, Santhosh Warkad, Swapnil Khere, and others met BRS national president in Hyderabad on Tuesday.
BRS Supremo held a long discussion with the leaders about the policies and future action plan. All the leaders said that they will join the party with followers and activists on a large scale in the public meeting.