A new national political party – Bharata Rashtra Samithi (BRS) was founded by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao

Intending to extend the Telangana Rashtra Samithi’s (TRS) political activity to the whole of the country, the TRS supremo has changed the name of the TRS to BRS.
The BRS would contend the ensuing elections in Karnataka in alliance with the JD (S).
Having received the official communication from the Election Commission of India (ECI), chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao officially began the BRS work by writing a letter to the ECI amid much fanfare and celebrations at the Telangana Bhavan in Hyderabad on Friday.
The BRS office would be inaugurated in New Delhi on Delhi on December 14 from where the activities will begin.
Listing out the objectives of the BRS, KCR said it was the people who should win and not the political parties. The new party will base its policies around the farmers and weaker sections of society. It aims to bring about a qualitative change in the country and preserve the federal spirit.
Exuding confidence that India has the power to supersede America, Rao said it is possible with sound policies on water, finance, power, empowerment of weaker sections, and a policy for the uplift of women.
Mr Rao said his BRS party would extend Rythu Bandhu and Rythu Bheema to the whole of the country and within two years, would ensure 24 hours power supply after coming to power at the centre. The BRS would also benefit 25 lakh people every year similar to the lines of Dalit Bandhu scheme being implemented in Telangana state now.
The chief minister boosted the morale of the party leaders reminding them that when he started the separate Telangana movement, there were hardly a few people around him. He was rebuked and insulted by many. But with perseverance and hard work, he could succeed in his mission.

The BRS may also face hardships initially but ultimately it would succeed as it is being founded with noble intentions, he said.
The former chief minister of Karnataka and Janatha Dal leader HD Kumaraswamy who attended the BRS founding celebrations said the country needs the leadership of K Chandrasekhar Rao.

By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao

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