On Wednesday, Abhay Kailas Rao Patil Chiktagaonkar, a prominent youth leader from Maharashtra, joined the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS). Abhay comes from a political family with a strong presence in Aurangabad and Parbhani districts. His father, Kailasrao Patil, served as an MLA for two terms, while his grandfather, Digamber Rao Wadekar, also held the same position. Additionally, Abhay’s uncle, Bhau Sahib Patil, contested as an MLA twice, and his maternal aunt served as Aurangabad Zilla Parishad president.
During the ceremony, BRS National President and Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao welcomed Abhay by offering him a pink scarf. Party leaders noted that the BRS party has been gaining influence in the country’s politics with its slogan of ‘Ab ki baar Kisan Sarkar,’ and has received overwhelming support from people and politicians of other parties.
The people of Maharashtra have been placing their trust in KCR as the only leader who can solve their problems and wipe their tears. They are also looking to the BRS party’s national president as a potential future leader. The successful conduct of the second BRS meeting at Kandar Loha drew good response, with the first meeting held in Nanded also receiving a huge response from locals.