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    Maharashtra leaders have received a call from BRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao regarding their plans to enter politics in Maharashtra ahead of the upcoming Assembly elections. The BRS leaders in Maharashtra had been unsure if the party would contest the elections, but KCR assured them of a positive decision during a meeting at his farmhouse.

    The Maharashtra leaders, led by senior Shankar Anna Dhondge, met with KCR for over an hour and received a positive response about contesting the elections. Dhondge mentioned that KCR asked them to be prepared for further discussions within a week or 10 days. The BRS chief had originally planned for pan-India expansion after the party’s defeat in the 2023 Assembly elections, but decided not to contest in Telangana and Maharashtra despite requests from party leaders.

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    Before the Lok Sabha elections, some leaders had left the party due to its decision not to contest in Maharashtra. However, with the Assembly elections approaching in three to four months, the Maharashtra leaders were eager for a decision from the party. The BRS had conducted a membership drive in Maharashtra before the Lok Sabha elections and enrolled around 19 lakh members, indicating good potential for the party in the state.

    Party leaders believed that if BRS contested in Maharashtra, it could play a significant role in government formation due to the current political landscape. The Maharashtra leaders had previously met with KCR during his Nizamabad tour in May and were hopeful for a positive outcome regarding their participation in the upcoming elections.

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