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    Hyderabad, June 14 (Namaste Telangana): Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has met with Ghanshyam Shelar, who joined the TRS party. He stated that only with the change in India, can farmers, Dalits, minorities, and tribals along with all the people get rid of their difficulties. He also mentioned that despite the corrupt practices and ineffective functioning of traditional parties, India’s development is not happening. From Maharashtra, several people have joined the TRS party on Wednesday. Prominent leaders from Ahmednagar have joined the party in the presence of Chief Minister KCR. They were offered pink scarves. NCP state vice president Ghanshyam Shelar’s joining was given priority.

    Ghanshyam Shelar, a prominent political figure in the Shrigonda constituency of Ahmednagar district, won lakhs of votes in the previous elections. However, he later expressed his disappointment due to technical reasons. Speaking about the joining of Maharashtra leaders, CM KCR spoke about the need to focus on science to achieve overall development in the country and to utilize the resources available to the farmers. He revealed that the thought process of working creatively for the welfare of the people has been lost for the past 70 years.

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    He said that unlike other countries that do not have natural resources like ours, we are neglecting basic needs like water and electricity. The governments should prioritize the welfare of farmers, Dalits, tribals, and weaker sections. He mentioned that we have shown our role in Telangana today because we have been able to bring about a complete transformation in a very short period of time. CM KCR explained this to Maharashtra leaders. He expressed his happiness in calling the party as BRS (Bharatiya Rashtrala), which is born to bring about a complete transformation in India. He said that the number of leaders joining the party is increasing day by day.

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    In the way of CM KCR’s leadership, the TRS party has been expanding its base across the country. Along with NCP state vice president Ghanshyam Shelar, OBCC cell Ahmednagar district president Sanjay Anandkar, Sarpanch Sharad Pawar, director Prakash Nimbore, Kukdi Chakkera Karmagaram member Abasaheb Shinde, former chairman Vilas Bhilume, Sarpanch Keshav Jande, Shahaji Itape, chairman of the society Chandra Kant Pawar, Prashant Shellar, Sanjay Wagaskar, and Vahatuk Sena vice president Sandeep Dahatonde have also joined the party. CM KCR assured them that the method of development being implemented in Telangana should be expanded throughout the country.

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