Hyderabad: BRS leader K Chandrasekhar Rao is taking a mid-course review of the poll campaign and planning new strategies to counter the Congress. As a result, he has decided to pause the “Praja Ashirwada” public meetings for three days during Diwali. Instead, he will hold important meetings with senior BRS leaders at his farm house in Erravalli. The purpose of these meetings is to analyze the prospects of winning in each Assembly segment and address any challenges the party may be facing. KCR is also seeking survey reports on the ground situation in comparison to the Congress, so that necessary measures can be taken to ensure the BRS’s return to power for a third consecutive term.
During these three days of deliberations, KCR will develop an action plan to gain an advantage over rivals and change voters’ perception in favor of the BRS. The possibility of attracting leaders and workers from other parties is also being considered. The BRS observers have been asked to submit a status report on the campaign, and KCR will personally call them to discuss and resolve any political challenges.
KCR is particularly focused on the old Khammam, Nalgonda, and Mahbubnagar districts, where senior Congress leaders are posing a strong competition. KTR and T Harish Rao will also be involved in finalizing strategies to prevent the Congress from gaining an advantage in these constituencies.