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    K Chandrashekar Rao urges Maharashtra leaders to finalize organizational structure by June 10 in Hyderabad.

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    The leader of the BRS party, K Chandrashekar Rao, met with party leaders from Maharashtra in Hyderabad on Tuesday. He asked them to complete the organisational set-up for the party from May 10 to June 10. KCR said that other political parties were worried about the growing popularity of BRS in Maharashtra. He encouraged the leaders to strengthen the party’s slogan of ‘Abki Baar Kisan Sarkar’ (This time, a government for farmers). This slogan has helped attract sitting MLAs to join the party.

    Rao revealed that more people were contacting him and discussing joining the party. He emphasized that BRS policies should be shared with people to win their hearts. After Telangana, Maharashtra has a chance to make a difference in the country, and the appointment of district coordinators will be completed soon. Party membership registration should also be completed, and the organisational structure of the party should start from 288 constituency centres on a single day.

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    The BRS aims to bring a qualitative change in people’s lives, and the Maharashtra government has already made some positive changes since the party was launched in the state. Rao asked party leaders to start their programmes from statues of Shivaji and Ambedkar. Training camps for committees of Maharashtra will be held on May 8 and 9. Membership fees will be Rs 10 for normal members and Rs 50 for active members. Posts will be given for active members only.

    District coordinators and leaders under their jurisdiction should focus on party organisational structure and membership registration. The appointment of in-charges of 288 Assembly constituencies in six divisions of Maharashtra is almost completed, and party campaign material will be sent constituency-wise.

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