The BRS is planning a big rally in June for farmers in Maharashtra. The leader of the BRS, K Chandrashekar Rao, announced this after three public meetings. He spoke to leaders from different areas in Maharashtra who had joined the party. The BRS will also form committees in every village in Maharashtra from May 7 to June 7.
Chandrashekar Rao said that the BRS wants to change India and not just make a leader. Maharashtra has problems with water and power, which is also a problem in the whole country except for Telangana. The Godavari river flows from Gadchiroli, but the area still has a water crisis. Chandrashekar Rao questioned the effectiveness of the MLAs and MPs in addressing these issues.