KCR predicts 6-8 LS seats for BRS


Rama Krishna Sangem

Former Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on February 1, Wednesday told his MLAs that BRS is likely to win from 6 to 8 MPs in the coming Lok Sabha elections in Telangna. KCR closeted with his party legislators after taking oath as MLA from Gajwel assembly seat in the chamber of Speaker Prasad Rao in the assembly premises. KCR also will be the Leader of Opposition with Cabinet rank.

KCR couldn’t take oath as MLA in the first week of December along with others as he suffered a medical problem and took rest for about eight weeks. Now he is able to walk with the help of a walker. When KCR came to the assembly, Rajya Sabha MP Santosh and others were with him, providing support. BRS working president KT Rama Rao, former speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy and several other MLAs and MPs too were present.

KCR held a formal meeting the newly elected MLAs of his party and gave them dos and don’ts during their stint in the assembly and outside. He cautioned them against meeting CM Revanth Reddy without informing the party or for their individual purposes. “If you want to meet the minister for public works, you can meet, but meet them in the public meetings or among the people, not secretly,” BRS supremo told them.


Focus on LS elections

KCR told his party MLAs that BRS would win 6- 8 MPs in the LS elections, as per some surveys held recently. “If we work hard, we will get good results. Don’t get disheartened over the assembly results,” he told them. KCR dismissed talk of some Congress ministers that BRS would disappear after the LS elections. KCR will be touring Telangana districts from the second week of February to prepare the party for parliamentary election.


Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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