KCR: BRS for change, not after power


Rama Krishna Sangem

BRS president and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) has said that his party would bring in qualitative change Indian politics, but not after capturing power at any cost. “We are here to not just come to power by fooling people through false claims or plying up religious sentiments, our party is for the overall uplift of Indian people and their bright future,” he said.

KCR was addressing a gathering at Telangana Bhavan in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad on January 2, Monday night after admitting several leaders from neighboring Andhra Pradesh. Retired IAS officer Thota Chandrasekhar, former minister and retired IRS officer Ravela Kishore Babu and another retired IRS officer C Parthasarathi and several others were among those who joined BRS.

KCR explained his political ideology behind launching BRS in the place of TRS last month and told the leaders that he was not in a hurry to come to power over night. “We may take time and we have to be ready for long journey. There will be ups and downs in our political path, but you should not be disheartened by them. We are fighting for bringing massive changes in our country’s polity,” said KCR. There will be training classes on BRS political thought.

KCR spoke about how and why India is lagging behind even many of Asian countries like China, Japan and Singapore, though we have enough natural resources like water and cultivable lands and adequate manpower. “This is because, over the years we never had the right leadership. If there is a sincere leadership, we can change the face of the country within a few years,” he said.

KCR took a swipe at the present electoral political system. “In our present system, whenever elections are held, people are the losers, while political parties and leaders are the winners. This should go. People should be the winners and their basic needs should be fulfilled.Politics is not a game, it is a task, for the sake of serving people,” KCR said. He said BRS is against privatization of PSUs.


Thota Chandrasekhar AP BRS president

KCR before concluding his speech announced Thota Chandrasekhar as the president of AP BRS unit. “I am getting calls from a large number of political leaders from AP, including the sitting (leaders). You will be amazed to see the level of arrivals in our party in the coming days,” said KCR. He said the present AP leaders who claim that they are the ones who do anything should go and people’s politics should come in AP.


Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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