Telangana CM, K Chandrasekhar Rao, set to conquer Maharashtra

The Telangana CM, KCR or K Chandrasekhar Rao, in his bid to expand his party BRS or Bharat Rashtra Samity in Maharashtra, leaves for the state accompanied by a 600 huge convoy of 600 vehicles. He is said to be accompanied by his fellow party officials including State Ministers, MPs, MLAs and other party officials. The step is being labeled as one of the boldest moves in the history of Indian Politics, as KCR sets upon his path with the convoy which is said to be 6 km long.

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KCR eyes Maharashtra for his party BRS

K Chandrasekhar Rao, who became the CM of Telangana, after the state was carved out of Andhra Pradesh, just before the 2014 Parliamentary Elections, is eyeing a National presence and in pursuit, is currently on his way to make his presence felt in one of the most politically and financially crucial state, Maharashtra.

KCR the current Telangana CM is currently on his way to Solapur in Maharashtra leading a 600-vehicle convoy and occupies the front seat of the bus which is leading the way. The 2-day visit that started from his residence, Pragati Bhawan, leading to Solapur, is graced with party supporters along the way as they welcome their leader by showering flower petals.

The itinerary of the visit by KCR includes his interactions with the party leaders who are keen to join Bharat Rashtra Samity (BRS). He is also scheduled to perform special puja in Pandharpur and Tuljapur temples besides participating in the party programs. After reaching Solapur in the evening, he will have a night halt there. The next day he will attend the BRS program in Solapur.

Grand KCR visit leaves Maharashtra leaders worried

The fact that the BRS meeting is sending jitters across the ruling party leaders in Maharashtra can be gauged from the fact that the State Government is yet to officially permit the BRS to allow showering flower petals from helicopters during his visit to the Pandharpur, which happens to be a pilgrimage site.

As per the latest news, the BRS is officially trying to get a foothold in Maharashtra before the 2024 Elections and their previous rallies have attracted significant crowds in Vidharbha and Marathwada areas as well. This outreach plan is been lauded as an extensive plan to reach out to the masses, which seems to be towing the success lines till now.


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