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KCR to announce BRS as national party in Delhi, following a yagam

According to sources, the chief minister of Telangana, K. Chandrasekhar Rao has decided to perform the Rajashyamala Yagam in New Delhi on 13th and 14th of this month. He is doing so, days after launching Bharat Rashtra Samithi formally, with Election Commission’s nod. 

Similarly, after becoming the chief minister for the second time, he had done the Rajashyamala Yagam at his farmhouse, 4 years ago. Now, all the arrangements for the yagam were made by Joginapally Santosh Kumar, the Rajya Sabha member and Vemula Prashanth Reddy, the minister of roads and buildings. 

To concentrate on the expansion of the party to other states and inviting leaders of regional parties to the launching ceremony of the BRS national office on the 14th of this month, KCR will be campaing in Delhi for a week starting from today. KCR had laid the foundation for a permanent office in Vasanth Vihar, New Delhi, in September last year and its construction is likely to be terminated by June. In New Delhi, the BRS office will be opened on a rented property on Sardar Patel Road. 

In order to seek the support of farmers, Dalits and OBC organisations from different states in Delhi, the chief minister will meet them during his tour. Later, KCR will start BRS activities in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharastra states. Besides concentrating on the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the BRS will extend its support to regional parties in Karnataka, the state in which assembly elections are going to take place during  April-May 2023.

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