KCR takes BRS to Nanded in Maharashtra



Rama Krishna Sangem

BRS supremo and Telangana chief minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) on March 26, Sunday successfully extended his national party to Nanded district of Maharashtra. His public meeting at Kandhar in Loha assembly constituency got good response from public. This is KCR’s second meeting in Nanded district, where a large number of Telugu speaking people are.

Nanded, once part of Hyderabad State during Nizams, accounts for 8 assembly segments – Hadgoan, Bhokar, Nanded North, Nanded South, Loha, Naigoan, Deglur (SC) and Mukheed. Many leaders who recently joined BRS after quitting Congress, BJP and NCP are of the view that KCR can easily win Nanded Lok Sabha seat, if the current mood in public continues till next summer.

KCR challenged the Maharashtra Deputy chief minister Devendra Fadnavis to prove his sincerity by implementing the Farmer friendly welfare programmes of Telangana in his state before preventing the BRS from entering into the Maratha regions. “Some leaders are asking me, what work I have in Maharashtra? I am an Indian citizen and I have every right to come here and fight for public good,” said KCR.


“I’m an Indian citizen”

Addressing a massive public meeting KCR said the Telangana model is thoroughly supported by public and they are longing for it in all the states. “ the farmer friendly schemes like Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Bheema and the schemes planned for the alleviation of Dalits are in practice in Telangana and the same would be set into force in all the places where the BRS is planning to venture” he declared.

The BRS supreme said the Maharashtra regime while keeping aloof from all these schemes is trying to prevent the public from choosing an alternative and preventing them from attending the meeetings. If Fadnavis is keen on preventing us let him come practically by implementing the schemes prescribed for farmers in our regime he announced.

The massive public meeting second of its nature in Maharashtra echoed serious sentiments and thousands le leaders representing various political parties joined the brigade in KCR presence.

During his 30 minutes speech the BRS national president detailed how the farmers and Dalits in Telangana state progressed in all respects with the aid of the novel and unique schemes. We are forging ahead in all areas with round the clock power supplies and free power to farm sector, achievement of irrigation aggrandizement schemes in the state, he detailed.

KCR said that almost all the sectors in the state of Telangana are achieving major progress what with the implementation of new schemes. Amidst reverberations of the slogans chanted by public “Ab ki bar Kisaan Sarkar “ the Telangana chief minister asserted that the intention of BRS was to achieve alround growth in the country.

The massive public meeting attracted joinings to BRS in large numbers and many Ex MPs and Ex MLAs joined the pink brigade. Rajya Sabha member J.Santhosh Kumar, MLAsJeevan Reddy, Shakeel, Balka Suman & other prominent leaders participated. BRS leaders are happy over the success of KCR’s meeting and believe that the party has scope to grow in Maharashtra, especially in Vidarbha region.

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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