Hyderabad: To strengthen the party in every constituency in Maharashtra, Bharat Rashtra Samiti (BRS) in Telangana, has decided to constitute committees in every village in Maharashtra from May 7 to June 7.
The party also decided to hold a massive kisan rally in Maharashtra with 10-12 lakh people, BRS National President and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao announced at a party joining programme by Maharashtra leaders held at Telangana Bhavan here on Wednesday night.
While welcoming BRS party leaders and activists from Maharashtra, KCR said India is not short of political leaders and political parties. There are many National and Regional parties in the country.
BRS will enter the fray with Zilla Parishad elections in Maharashtra, he said the party will knock on every door and greet every person in the state.
The BRS will win in the next ZP elections in Maharashtra, he said, the voting by the people for the party will solve all the problems of the state.
Rao said BRS party would set up permanent offices in Nagpur and Aurangabad in Maharashtra and added that the party continues to proliferate in Maharashtra.
He alleged that rivals are spreading rumours that Maharastra will go bankrupt if the Telangana schemes are implemented. Telangana state is excelling on the economic front, KCR claimed.
The Chief Minister questioned how can Maharashtra go bankrupt when Telangana, which is a smaller state than Maharashtra and is economically second only to Maharashtra, and said that ‘corrupt leaders will only go bankrupt’.
Though the Centre calling Make In India, the country is full of China markets from manja to the idols of gods coming from China, he pointed out.
Rao said from flight to light, why should we get it from China as if there is no power, skills or wealth to make our own things in the country.
BRS will work as ‘Bharat Parivartan Mission’, he said that Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis asked what is the role of BRS in Maharashtra.
If the Telangana model is implemented in Maharashtra, BRS will go to Madhya Pradesh. Yet , there is no reply from Fadnavis.
Let’s create a Maharashtra without farmer suicides, he added.
It may be noted here that the BRS party had conducted three massive public meetings in Maharashtra in a span of three-months from February this year.
The recent third well-gathered public meeting was addressed by KCR at Aamkhas Grounds, Aurangabad on April 24.
Such was the impact of the public meeting at Bhokar on February 5, the first of BRS outside Telangana, that the Maharashtra government in a knee-jerk reaction had announced an investment subsidy of Rs 6,000 per acre to farmers, replicating Telangana’s Rythu Bandhu scheme.
The second public meeting was held at Kandhar-Loha.