After the launch of the party office in New Delhi on December 14, the chief minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao will launch party units in the states like Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra. He also drew a blueprint regarding it and he is doing spadework. Party sources said the chief minister, who is expected to remain in the national capital until the 17th of this month, will be appointing BRS coordinators for each state. They will be in charge of the respective states until he appoints the president, secretary and state executive committee member, which is likely to take some time.
The welfare schemes of TRS government like Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Bima, 24×7 free power to agriculture, uninterrupted quality power supply to all sectors, Aasara pensions, Kalyana Lakshmi, Shaadi Mubarak, Mission Bhagiratha, Mission Kakatiya and others had raised the interest in people in these 3 states.
People in these states are calling on their directorates to implement TRS schemes and now, BRS intends to reach out them by promising to stretch these schemes if BRS is elected. TRS circles are citing instances of a few sarpanches of villages in Maharashtra bordering Telangana demanding that their government either implement Telangana schemes or merge their villages into Telangana.