The BRS national party started its day with a big bang in New Delhi on Thursday in the hands of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
Uttar Pradesh former chief minister Akilsh Yadav , Karnataka former chief minister HD Kumara Swamy, hundreds of leaders of various farmers unions and large number of BRS leaders from Telangana took part in the grand inaugural function.
Mr KCR got down to the work immediately identifying the leaders for appointment as coordinators of various state and incharges for frontal organisation’s.
The chief minister is camping at New Delhi till December 17 and will be holding hectic parleys with linked minded leaders and political parties.
The common objective was to insert BJP from power and ensure its repeat in 2024 elections.
As the leaders from Bihar and states are evincing keen interest to hold discussions with Mr K Chandrasekhara Rao of BRS, a new alternate force might see the light against BJP.
There is euphoria among people in Telangana on the new party while people on other states are eager to join it once it makes inroads into their states.
Going by the initial response from general public and educated sections, the BRS will impact the next general elections in a big way and in later stages it might emerge as a formidable force.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao