Chief leaders of various states met with BRS chief and Telangana CM KCR. Many leaders from Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh gathered at Pragati Bhavan. However, it seems that all of them are ready to join BRS. Chhattisgarh-based National United Front of India President Gopal Rishikar Bharti, Madhya Pradesh’s Balaghat MP Bodh Singh Bhagat, Maharashtra Bandara’s former MP Kushal Bhopche, Chhattisgarh’s former minister Chabbilal Ratre, Gadchiroli Zilla Parishad’s former chairman Pasula Sammaiah, Republican Party Gadchiroli District President Srinivas Shankar met KCR. . Meanwhile, he had a long discussion with KCR on the procedures of Rythu Bandhu, Dalit Bandhu, free electricity and support pension schemes being implemented in Telangana state. Along with that, they also inquired about the rural development and urban development programs being conducted in the state. The details of other programs for agricultural development and industrial development were discussed in depth. The leaders invited the emergence of BRS as a national party. The leaders expressed the opinion that there is a need for an alternative political leadership like KCR in the country. The leaders, who discussed the procedures of BRS at length, told KCR that they are willing to join the party.
After becoming a national party, BRS party will hold a huge public meeting tomorrow for the first time in Nanded, Maharashtra. Arrangements for this have already been completed. The party leadership has taken this meeting with pride. Meanwhile.. in this background meeting of the chief leaders of the respective states with KCR has become important.
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