KCR to intensify BRS activity from New Year 2023.

KCR with Bhagawant Mann
Rama Krishna Sangem
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) will kick-start newly rechristened Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) activities at the national level in new year, 2023. After formally launching it in Hyderabad on December 9 and opening an office in New Delhi on December 14, KCR will pay more attention to BRS taking off across the country. KCR is likely to address a media conference in Delhi by December end, probably after Christmas.
On December 20, Tuesday, KCR held brief discussions with Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann at Pragathi Bhavan in Hyderabad. This is just a courtesy call, but both the CMs have chatted about politics and the emerging political situation the country. Mann is in Hyderabad for the last two days for a private function. KCR is understood to have told  the Punjab CM about his BRS plans.
Bharat Rashtra Kisan Samiti (BRKS) in several states:
According to sources in BRS, response from most states to the new party is positive.  Many express their readiness to join  BRS and work under the leadership of CM KCR. The current situation across the country is  many senior political leaders from various states, leaders of associations of various social groups, intellectuals from various fields of professions, young men and women are  ready to join the BRS and showing enthusiasm to walk together with CM  KCR.
CM KCR has already expressed that the country’s rulers have been neglecting the Agriculture and  irrigation sector, which should be given big importance for decades. In tune with the same philosophy, CM KCR accorded big prirority to agriculture  soon after the  achievement of the state of Telangana. CM KCR’s vision and commitment  to strengthen the farm sector within no time as the  Telangana state became “Annapurna” for the country.
Today, the schemes implemented by the Telangana government for the welfare of farmers are attracting the farmers of other states tremendously. Taking the step forward with the same spirit of Telangana, BRS Chief KCR is aiming to protect the agriculture irrigation sector not only in Telangana but also across the country with a long term goal, said the sources talking to media.
Ab Ki Bar Kisan Sarkar
BRS head  KCR announced in Hyderabad on the day of the official launch of the party that the national party will to move forward with the slogan ‘Ab Ki Bar Kisan Sarkar’  ( This time , farmers Government ) and accordingly decided to start BRS Kisan Cells in 6 states in advance.
It has been decided to speed up the activities in the respective states after the completion of the exercises to this extent after the Christmas festival. Already, many former MLAs, senior political leaders, with their teams and followers from various states of North India, East and Central India are having discussions with BRS head KCR himself. After the discussions, they are going back to their respective states to make arrangements. BRS Chief  KCR has been explaining to them at length what kind of policies should be adopted according to the aspirations
By the end of this month, BRS Kisan cells will be launched in Punjab, Haryana, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, said sources.
Overwhelming response from Andhra Pradesh:
The progress  made by the Telangana state is not only attracting many other states but also the neighboring Andhra Pradesh people and political leaders. In this background, many people from Andhra Pradesh are already in discussion with BRS Chief  KCR in Delhi and Hyderabad to give them an opportunity to work in the BRS party under the leadership of CM KCR.
They are excited that they will take the membership of BRS and work together with CM KCR. To this extent, the stage  is ready to start BRKS in many districts of Andhra Pradesh. A large number of   70 to 80  prominent people from many districts including Uttar Andhra are already getting ready at start activities at the field level after the consultations with CM KCR.
The activities of ‘BRKS (BRS Kisan Cell)’ will start in Andhra after BRS Chief’s   announcement. They are showing enthusiasm to  participate in the BRS activities In this context, many people from Maharashtra, Odisha, Karnataka and other states are also expressing their readiness to Join the BRS , explained the sources.
Propagation of  BRS Ideology:
In this background, BRS chief KCR is already holding meetings and discussions with writers, literary figures and song writers of various Indian languages like Kannada, Oriya, Maratha. In accordance with the aspirations of the people across the country, preparations are being made to spread the ideology about the activities to be undertaken by the BRS party, said the sources from BRS..

Rama Krishna Sangem

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