The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) party will hold a massive public meeting at Solapur soon. Party founder and Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao said he would explain how Telangana progressed.
Welcoming a large number of people who came from Sholapur, Nagpur and other areas of Maharashtra to join the BRS party at Pragathi Bhavan on Saturday, he promised them a bright future.
“Our states – Telangana and Maharashtra have `roti-beti’ relation. We share a thousand-kilometre border and have social relationships and cultural ties,” Mr KCR said. The BRS party would send Health Minister T Harish Rao a week before the scheduled public meeting to coordinate and oversee the arrangements. The youth should take the lead and it is their responsibility to create awareness in society. They should empower the rural masses. The youth should contemplate what is going on around the world and why the country is lagging behind. They should think over the steps to be taken to develop the country on par with other countries.
Mr KCR rued that India has struck in past times and did not move on with the world. It is sad to see people suffering for want of basic amenities even after 75 years of independence. The successive government dashed the hopes of people in their eagerness to cling to power. It cost the people dearly. It is time that the people reject the dubious politicians and elect a committed leadership.
The BRS was founded with the slogan `abki bar kisan sarkar’ as it dreams to bring golden days to poor farmers. “It is not the matter of electing this or that party. Ultimately, people should win in democracy. They should utilise their choice judiciously,” Mr KCR pointed out. The BRS would expand its activities in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and other states. People from all states should visit Telangana and see for themselves the progress made here. The state government is ready to make arrangements for those who wish to come here to witness the welfare and development that took place in Telangana, Mr KCR said.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao