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KCR to begin his activities on national politics in Maharashtra

On Wednesday, the chief minister of Telangana, K.Chandrasekhar Rao said that his new party Bharat Rashtra Samithi will take a perfect shape, starting from Maharashtra to expand its activities countrywide. He said the party would select Maharashtra as the initial field of activity by launching the farmers’ wing of the party from there. 

During his discourse at the general body meeting of the TRS, KCR stated that his party has unanimously passed a resolution to change the party’s name from TRS to BRS. He told the party leaders that he would visit all parts of the country. They would not leave the ground. No one should have any doubts about this.

He further said, “If resources of our country are used within the country, we can develop better than America. We still have time. We will expand across the country. If good happens to the country because of Telangana, this would go down well in the country’s history. He recalled that the TRS made a beginning 21 years ago. We moved forward rapidly by implementing development programmes in all sectors including agriculture, electricity, irrigation and drinking water, within a short time after achieving Telangana state.”

Saying that agriculture is one of the neglected sectors, KCR said BRS would highlight the problems of farmers as the main agenda and try to influence the politics of the country to address them. He also said that leaders of many other parties across the nation were coming forward to join hands with him.

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