The BRS party founded by Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is slowly gaining public patronage. The leaders from Andhra Pradesh joined the party. Those in Karnataka state on Telangana borders are demanding the merger of villages in Telangana state. Similar demand came from the people of Maharashtra.
While the Congress and BJP leaders are out only to curse every move by KCR, he stays with his belief and went on record several times stating that all great works begin slow and are criticised first. So is the BRS and its objectives are criticised.
Now leaders from other states are showing keen interest in joining BRS and joining hands with KCR. Slowly the leaders across the country are trying to align with the thoughts of KCR not just to defeat the BJP but to bring more welfare to the people.
The people of Karnataka and Maharashtra speak highly of Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Beema, Kalyana Laxmi, free power to farmers, and Mission Bhagiratha among others launched by KCR. BRS will emerge as a force to reckon with going by the response it is getting in Andhra Pradesh and from other states.
Following the BJP’s anti-people policies and dilution of federal spirit, KCR has come forward to unseat the government. Strangely no other leader dared to come out openly as KCR did.
Mamatha Benarjee, Nitish Kumar, Sharad Pawar, MK Stalin and all others succumbed but KCR did not. KCR started off as he did while launching TRS.