BRS to contest in local body elections in Maharashtra: Manik Rao Kadam

The BRS party will contest the ensuing Panchayat elections in Maharashtra state. It will also contest the Parliament elections to be held next year.
BRS state Kisan Samithi president Manik Rao Kadam, BRS state coordinator B J Deshmukh and Pune district coordinator Rahul Kalbor told newsmen on Monday that soon the ultra-modern BRS office would be opened in Nagpur. It would be inaugurated by BRS founder and Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao.
The state unit of BRS would go with the slogan of the Telangana model for the state.

The leaders said within nine years, Telangana witnessed enormous development and people got more welfare programmes. The same would be the target here and the party would fight for the Telangana model. “The development and welfare is possible only with the BRS and people in Maharashtra need them badly,” they said.

Mr Kadam said within five days, as many as 1.88 lakh people joined the BRS party. Soon the party would launch a digital membership drive. The work on strengthening the BRS party is underway in all 288 Assembly constituencies. The party will also open its office in Nagpur and Aurangabad soon followed by other places.

By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao