KCR to Host 3rd Rally in Maharashtra, No Word on Karnataka Elections

KCR to Host 3rd Rally in Maharashtra, No Word on Karnataka Elections

On April 24, K Chandrasekhar Rao, the Chief of BRS and the Chief Minister of Telangana, will be delivering a speech at a rally in Aurangabad in order to broaden their reach across the nation.

The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) led by K Chandrasekhar Rao has resolved to promote the “Telangana model of development” nationally in order to expand its presence in numerous states and challenge the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in the Centre.

KCR, the Chief Minister of Telangana, will be giving a speech at a large rally in Aurangabad on April 24th, to demonstrate his government’s successes in the state and their aspirations to apply the same success to the rest of the nation as part of their national mission.

On Monday, while talking to the reporters at Aurangabad, senior BRS leader and Armoor legislator A Jeevan Reddy stated, “The chief minister will explain the schemes being implemented in Telangana for the last nine years and his vision for the rest of the country. We are planning to mobilise people from every nook and corner of Aurangabad and its surroundings to the public meeting”.

BB Patil, the parliament member from Zaheerabad, and other senior leaders from the party, were joined by Reddy in flagging off seven vehicles fitted with screens and audio-visual equipment at Aurangabad. These vehicles were intended to spread awareness about the various programmes and schemes of the Telangana government.

“The objective of this campaign is to explain the people of the country about the Telangana model of development. The vehicles will travel interior villages of various constituencies like Aurangabad East, West, Central, Vaijapur, Kannad, Gangapur and other areas explaining how the KCR government had introduced different schemes that transformed the lives of people in Telangana,” the BRS MLA said.

Reddy declared that a pivotal meeting is to be held at Aamkhas Grounds in Aurangabad which will mark a major change in Maharashtra politics. Furthermore, he added that the BRS head would pledge to the people to implement the Telangana model schemes in the state.

KCR has held three public meetings in Maharashtra, the first at Bhokar of Nanded on February 5, the second at Kandhar-Loha on March 26 and the third one upcoming. These meetings mark the transformation of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) into BRS.


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