Bus tours, public meetings to mark KCR’s Lok Sabha poll campaign from April 13 

BRS party president KCR is gearing up to kickstart his Lok Sabha election campaign on April 13 with a massive public meeting scheduled in Chevella. This time, KCR will be focusing on bus tours along with public meetings. KCR, alongside working president KTR and former minister Harish Rao, aims to bolster party unity by actively engaging with the public.

KCR is planning to address public meetings while traversing through various assembly constituencies via bus tours, covering each parliamentary segment comprehensively. KTR and Harish Rao are deeply involved in preparing party members for the upcoming elections through intensive constituency-level meetings.

The selection process for candidates in the Warangal Lok Sabha and Secunderabad Cantonment assembly seats has been finalized, pending formal announcements. Candidate selections for other Lok Sabha seats have already been concluded.

In light of criticism mounting against the Congress-led government’s neglect across various sectors within just four months of assuming power. Concerns arise over the weakening agricultural and industrial domains under their governance. Both Congress’s 120-day rule and BJP’s ten-year stint nationally are scrutinized for undermining the state’s interests.

KCR is poised to leverage these issues as he enters the election fray. Recently, he vocally opposed the state government’s handling of the agriculture sector. His on-ground inspections of dried crops and meeting farmers have instilled a sense of confidence among the farming community.

Political analysts predict that KCR’s frequent public engagements could spell trouble for the incumbent government, highlighting his proactive approach in addressing public issues. If KCR maintains this pace, it could pose a significant challenge to the ruling Congress government in the upcoming elections.