The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) is all set to expand its network to six more states by the end of this month, a party leader briefed on the development said on Tuesday.
As part of the exercise, Telangana minister and party president K Chandrashekar Rao (KCR) has announced the establishment of BRS Kisan cells, the farmers’ wing of the party, in Punjab, Haryana, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh as well. Telangana.
“The establishment of Kisan cells in these states is in line with the party’s latest slogan: Ab ki Baar, Kisan Sarkar (this time, it will be a farmers’ government). This is the first step to expand the party throughout the country,” said the party leader.
He said that the Chief Minister has decided to increase the BRS activities in different states after the Christmas festival.
“Already, many former MLAs, senior political leaders, with their groups and groups in various states of North, East and Central India are holding discussions with KCR and explaining the party’s philosophy to them. They, in turn, take over BRS activities in their respective states later,” the BRS leader said.
According to a party spokesperson, several leaders from neighboring Andhra Pradesh are also showing interest in BRS, and have requested KCR to let him work in the party.
“A stage is set for the launch of BRS Kisan cells in many districts of Andhra Pradesh, especially in North Coastal Andhra. At least 70-80 people have significantly come forward to launch BRSK activities. Also, many people from Maharashtra, Odisha, Karnataka and other states are ready to join BRS. It’s showing,” he said.
The President of BRS has discussed with writers, literary figures and lyricists of various Indian languages like Kannada, Oriya and Maratha to spread the ideology of BRS in their respective fields through literary and cultural forms.
“KCR plans to hold a meeting with journalists from various national and international media in New Delhi by the end of this month. He will hold a national press conference to announce BRS policies and the party’s future action plan,” said the party spokesperson.
PUNJAB CM IDENTIFIED by KCR
Meanwhile, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann met the Telangana Chief Minister at the latter’s Pragati Bhavan camp office on Tuesday evening.
An official statement from the chief minister’s office said KCR had a detailed discussion with Mann on the political situation in the country, along with the progress of Telangana and the state government of Punjab.
“Mann, who was felicitated by KCR with a shawl and memento, congratulated the latter for expanding his BRS at the national level,” the official statement added.