Efforts are being made to calm down angry Andhra voters who are upset over stalled protests in support of Chandrababu Naidu. The plan is to provide financial assistance for the urban poor, women, and empower the girl child.
The president of the BRS, K Chandrasekhar Rao, recognizes that the political situation is different this time and that the 40 lakh voters in the 24 Assembly constituencies under the GHMC limits are crucial for the party’s return to power. Therefore, strategies are being implemented to attract different communities from Andhra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and other states.
KCR is considering announcing incentives for these communities and promising more development projects for the city’s rapid growth in terms of infrastructure, investments, and job opportunities. These promises may be included in the manifesto to be released on October 15. The focus will be on improving city administration to make life better in the “global city.”
The BRS is concerned about the BJP, which won 48 divisions in the GHMC elections, potentially disrupting their plans. Therefore, KCR wants to offer promises to attract city voters. These incentives could include financial assistance for the urban poor, women, and empowering the girl child. Other promises may involve improving civic amenities and providing better medical and health facilities.
The party also intends to prioritize community-based issues and has instructed BRS candidates to pay special attention to voters from the Andhra region. This section of voters has been supporting BRS since the formation of Telangana but is currently unhappy with the government’s handling of protests against the arrest of Chandrababu Naidu. Candidates have been advised to meet with these communities and seek their support.