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Bharat Rashtra Samiti, BRS party entered state politics, four former MPs entered, Rao challenged Modi – k chandrashekhar rao’s brs party entered maharashtra politics and two former MPs also entered the left



Nande: Chief Minister of Telangana K. Bharat Rashtra Samiti of Chandrasekhar Rao entered Maharashtra politics. Two former state deputies entered Rao’s public meeting, which was attended by a large crowd. It includes former Gadchiroli MP Deepak Atram, Udgir MP Mohan Patwari and former Yavatmal MP Raju Todsam, Digambar Bhise from Thane. Furthermore, Sambhaji Brigade State Chairman Kisan Aghadi, Santosh Gavane, Dholiram Kaldate and other leaders joined the BRS party and somehow sealed the party’s entry into the state. Speaking at a public meeting, Chief Minister Rao addressed his criticisms to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the central government and the government of Maharashtra.

K A public meeting of Chandrasekhar Rao’s BRSH party was held in Nanded today. A large crowd gathered in this meeting. At that time, he was critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the central government. He also addressed the key issue of farmer suicides in Maharashtra.

Farmers are showing unity in the upcoming election. The Maharashtra government will have to bend. Farmers demonstrated at Delhi’s borders. The Modi government has not said a single word about it. Therefore, KCR criticized the BJP government while telling Nanded that they don’t care about the farmers.

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Suicidal grief

Bharat Rashtra Samiti held a large rally in Nanded on Sunday. Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, while addressing a public meeting, launched a strong attack on the central government. He said that even after so many years of independence, people do not have access to water for drinking or for irrigation. Why have so many governments come and gone? The Chief Minister said that was the biggest question. Rao also said he was very sad that farmers have committed suicide in Maharashtra.

Announcement of Ab Ki Baar Kisan Sarkar – Rao

Speaking further, Rao said ‘Ab Ki Baar Kisan Sarkar’ was coming. We must now move on to the national level. A big change is needed in the country. Many people come, make long speeches and leave. But even after 75 years, the country has no water or electricity. He felt it was a real tragedy. Political leaders are just busy making speeches. They don’t see the farmers’ problems. He blamed the Modi government for not having had time to solve the farmers’ problems. Ab ki bar Kisan Sarkar’s slogan: KCR had said before the rally that many villages in neighboring states wanted to merge with Telangana because of the programs of social protection and development implemented by his government. Rao had recently said that BRS’ slogan in the 2024 general election would be “Ab Ki Baar Kisan Sarkar”.

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First public meeting outside Telangana

Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao addressed an out-of-state public meeting for the first time today. After forming Bharat Rashtra Samiti (BRS) as the chairman of the new party, KCR held a meeting in Nanded, Maharashtra to start a new round in his political career. With this, he embarked on the expansion of the party. It was Rao’s first public meeting outside Telangana after renaming his party BRS.

A large number of Telugu speaking people live in Nanded, Maharashtra. Therefore, the party claims that a large number of local people participated in the public meeting. Many of Chandrasekhar Rao’s ministers had been camping in Nanded for two days. The city of Nanded was well decorated on this occasion. Pink pylons have been installed for several kilometers in the city. Along with this, they were trying to attract people by installing large billboards, balloons, stickers.

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