KCR mulls BRS gather with pan-India leaders
Hyderabad: The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) testament soon detainment a casual or unexpected convergence with leaders who had joined the political party from not the same states. BRS boss K Chandrasekhar Rao in his attempt to extend in one or more directions the political party communication system with a group of broadcasting stations across the country had recently admitted some significant leaders be fond of former Odisha CM Giridhar Gamang and Maharashtra commander Chatrapati Shambaji Raje. Some leaders from Karnataka are also prepared to join the political party.
Hence, KCR wants to detainment a disreputable place of entertainment casual or unexpected convergence at Hyderabad of all these leaders to explicate the order of business of the political party and fall in them guidelines on how to select it near or directed toward the front. The casual or unexpected convergence would be held towards the ending of March or in the initial calendar week of April.
The nonsubjective of the casual or unexpected convergence is to step up the political party activities and constitute state of matter and territorial dominion rase committees in AP, Odisha, Maharashtra and Karnataka. Sources told Hans India that KCR was also in talks with some leaders from Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh and there is a possible action that some of them may join the political party during the March casual or unexpected convergence.
The strategy the BRS should succeed during the Karnataka Assembly elections is also plausible to be discussed at this casual or unexpected convergence.
The BRS, it may be mentioned here, is contemplating to athletic field some candidates in the Assembly constituencies in the borderline districts where Telugu people who inhabit a territory are in significant numbers. The BRS feels that the counting of votes notification for Karnataka would come sometime during April.
Party sources said that KCR testament also finalize the political party order of business and state of matter specific issues to be raised by the BRS in the respective states.
He testament also explicate how to select the government-sponsored program schemes be fond of Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Bima, complimentary superpower, etc, being implemented in Telangana, in not the same states to convert them that the BRS firmly believes in being pro-farmer and hence it had adopted the catchword ‘Aab Ki Baar Kisan Sarkar,’ political party leaders total.