BRS President K Chandrashekar Rao showed party workers how to use tablets and other gadgets for social media campaigning at a training camp in Nanded on Friday. He plans to expand BRS’s reach to Punjab and Haryana states, and wants to strengthen the party network ahead of the 2024 elections. KCR has a plan to make BRS a political presence throughout India. He will visit Punjab and Haryana in June to test the waters.
KCR urged party leaders to work hard for the next year and perform well in the next Lok Sabha elections. He asked that they be persistent and action-oriented, and to reach out to people through a membership drive from May 21. KCR also called for committees in every village, and for teams to reach out to five villages a day with party flags and literature.
He reminded party members that Telangana, ruled by BRS, had succeeded where other governments had failed. The state is producing the highest quantity of paddy despite severe drought, thanks to BRS policies. KCR encouraged party members to use social media platforms to spread the BRS ideology. He also asked that separate committees be formed for farmers, youth, women, students, tribes, and SCs.
Finally, KCR urged party leaders to share food with all sections of their communities, hoist the party flag in every village, and work hard to end 70 years of political lip service.