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    KCR Hosts Plenary on BRS Party Formation Day, Rejects Early Elections and Passes Resolutions.

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    Telangana Chief Minister KCR held a meeting with representatives of the BRS party on their formation day. He confirmed that the elections will happen as planned and only those who have worked well will be given tickets. KCR expressed his confidence in the BRS party and hopes they will win over a hundred seats in the next election.

    KCR directed MLAs and leaders to work hard to get the people’s mandate. He suggested that two public representatives should be appointed to each constituency, and the process of appointment should be completed in three to four months. KCR also asked public representatives to connect with the people through activities like Palle Nidra and to reduce dissatisfaction among the cadre.

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    During the meeting, BRS approved many resolutions, including constructing large irrigation projects, ensuring 24-hour electricity supply across the country, exporting domestic food products to foreign countries, implementing Dalit Bandhu across the country, conducting BC census, and taking up plans for qualitative change in the country.

    The meeting was attended by 279 representatives, including ministers, MPs, MLAs, MLCs, ZP, DCCB, DCMS chairmen, state executive committee members, and district party presidents.

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