BRS to launch operations in six States after Christmas


Party president and chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao are expected to call a meeting in Delhi after Christmas, and brief them on the party’s course of action.

Date of publication – 21:17, Tuesday – 20 December 22

BRS will launch operations in six states after Christmas

Hyderabad: The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) is all set to shift gears and expand operations in the last week of December in Maharashtra, Karnataka, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana among other states in the country.

Party president and chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao are expected to call a meeting in Delhi after Christmas, and brief them on the party’s course of action.

After the Election Commission of India (ECI) gave formal approval to change the party’s name from Telangana Rashtra Samithi to Bharat Rashtra Samithi, party leaders have accelerated efforts to spread the party’s ideology across the country. The party’s national office was opened in Delhi on December 14, attracting national attention.

While former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and Karnataka’s HD Kumaraswamy attended the inauguration of the party office, people from various walks of life including politicians, farmer leaders, intelligentsia and other prominent personalities came out in support and some of them even expressed interest in joining. party right away. However, the chief minister has advised them to wait until the parties’ agenda is announced.

Chandrashekhar Rao has now finalized the party’s expansion plans and accordingly the BRS-affiliated farmers’ cell Bharat Rashtra Kisan Samithi (BRKS) will begin its operations in six states by the end of December. According to party sources, field level work has started in this regard.

Soon after, the party will open its Maharashtra, Karnataka and Odisha units. The party leadership believes that this will send a strong signal to the public about its priorities. Farmers and sustainable agriculture will continue to be a priority for BRS, they said.

Some top BRS leaders have already been assigned to coordinate with leaders from other states as more and more senior politicians, including sitting and former MLAs from other states, have already expressed their willingness to join the BRS. Most of them have held consultations with Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao for the past few weeks and were asked to be fully prepared to join the BRS after the announcement of the parties’ agenda in Delhi next week. Considering various factors, including geographical, social and cultural aspects, these leaders were asked to work for the interests of the local people.

Sources said that Andhra Pradesh had an overwhelming response in view of the development in Telangana after the formation of the new State. About 80 leaders including leaders of students and farmers’ unions have already met the chief minister and started preparations at the field level to join the BRS.

“Plans are being made soon after the Chief Minister unveils the party agenda in Delhi, the BRKS unit will start operations in six states apart from Telangana. To create awareness about the party agenda and manifesto, it has been consulting literary experts, poets and others to carry out the BRS agenda, to fulfill the aspirations of unemployed youth, women and others,” sources said.

The party leadership will also identify priority sectors, among others, to achieve qualitative change in politics, society, finance and culture. It has been decided to spread the ideology of the party through audio and video songs in local languages ​​of different States.

Although he had earlier outlined the party’s priorities, Chandrashekhar Rao will unveil the party’s agenda and action plan in front of the national media in Delhi in the last week of December. It is expected to deepen the need for qualitative change in different sectors, the ideology of the party and the development plan of the nation.

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