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BRS to hold party convention in Nanded


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Nanded: Bharat Rastra Samiti (BRS) chief and Telangana state Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has decided to hold a party convention in Nanded for organizational building of the party.

After the meeting in Nanded, he will hold a public meeting in Pune and then in Aurangabad.

At present, his efforts are on for party growth in Kinwat, Biloli, Degalur, Dharmabad and Mahur talukas in the border areas of Nanded district.

KCR’s party is expected to benefit as Telugu speakers dominate eight Lok Sabha and 22 Legislative Assembly seats in the Maharashtra state.

BRS party is likely to contest elections in Maharashtra in the near future, and there is possibility that his party will form an alliance with Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray Shiv sena.


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