CM KCR calls for political change in Maharashtra

KCR in Nanded
Rama Krishna Sangem
Bharat Rastra Samithi (BRS) supremo and Telangana chief minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) exhorted the cross section of the society in Maharashtra to pave way for achieving a transformation from the foundation of democracy. Delivering the key note address at the training camp of BRS workers and cadre of Maharashtra in Nanded city of the state.
The BRS chief said the orientation imparted in the two day training of the cadre would help transforming the polity of the nation where the thrust was not even the basic amenities till date for the past 75 years. These requirements were thoroughly achieved in the state of Telangana and that transformation is labelled Telangana model . Till we achieve that goal we would strive and accomplish the mission, KCR said amidst cheers from the public.
The hour long speech of KCR dealt with the subjects pertaining to water and electricity needs and detailed how those requirements were achieved with utmost ease in the state of Telangana. The BRS supremo said the states like Maharashtra were languishing in a state of backwardness what with the non supportive governments over the past seven decades.
Commencing his speech at the training camp after lighting lamp in the presence of leaders and representatives belonging to 288 assembly segments spread across Maharashtra the Telangana chief minister said the BRS was formulating a model that aims at bringing a “ Sarkar of farmers “with the slogan Ab ki baar kisan Sarkar “.
Citing the examples of development achieved in the countries like Singapore, Malaysia and China the BRS leader observed that the polity in the country has never concentrated on the issues related to the needy. The political parties he said were basically giving priority to election after elections but people were never given thrust, he said and added that people should win in the coming days for which the BRS is keen on providing a leadership.
Asserting that the BRS would bring about a change and transformation that provides water and power the two basic needs of the people in general and the farm sector in particular. Expressing concern over the state of affairs on the water supply position in the states like Maharashtra and even Delhi the BRS chief said the mission undertaken by the BRS would pave way for a transformation.
The two day training program of BRS was planned in a systematic manner by the party and KCR said a membership drive would be launched for constituting committees at the village and urban level on a war footing. He said party offices in Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad and Marathwada would soon come into existence with food facility for the cadre.
KCR said his party would be equipped with technological advancement and each village committee leadership is provided with gadgets that help expanding the social media network. Rajya Sbha MP J Santosh Kumar, Telangana MLA  Jeevan Reddy, BRS leaders Gurnam Singh, Kadam, Himanshu Deshmukh,  and CM KCR’s Chief Advisor Somesh Kumar were among the leaders present.

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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