On Friday, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao spoke at a workshop for training party members from all 288 assembly constituencies of Maharashtra in Nanded. He said that Maharashtra has a chance to act as a catalyst for political change in India. He encouraged party members to be action-oriented and persistent during the upcoming month-long membership drive, and to form committees in every village in Maharashtra.
KCR emphasized that the Telangana model of development is highly sought after across the country. He also stated that the call given by the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) will have an impact in every state, including Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab. He urged party members to use social media to spread the BRS ideology.
KCR pointed out that successful leaders do not simply appear, but rather emerge from opportunities like those provided by the BRS in Maharashtra. He called on party members to be active participants in legislative bodies and to work towards ending 70 years of lip service from political parties.
Finally, KCR spoke about the success of Telangana under the rule of the BRS, citing their policies as the reason for producing the highest quantity of paddy despite severe drought conditions.