CM KCR addresses over 90 public meetings in his whirlwind poll campaign

As part of his election campaign, the chief minister and Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) founder president, Mr K Chandrashekhar Rao is completing his 97th public meeting on the last day of the election campaign today on Tuesday. On the last day today, he would be addressing two public meetings – one to cover two assembly constituencies – Warangal East and Warangal West and another at his own constituency Gajwel.

KCR’s campaign is unmatched and peerless as he went on covering three to four constituencies each day hopping from place to place on a helicopter. Unlike in the past, his speeches were a repetition though they are new to people in each constituency. He applied the technique of storytelling where he went on telling people what happens when the elections come and how innocent voters are lured by the power-hungry political parties and leaders. He appealed to them to compare the days under Congress rule and BRS rule. On average, he spent around 20 to 30 minutes at each venue.

Meanwhile, party working president Mr KT Rama Rao and party senior leader Mr T Harish Rao shouldered the responsibility by covering as many constituencies as possible. They went on addressing public meetings and conducting roadshows covering manifold constituencies per day leaving their own constituencies – Sircilla and Siddipet. They owned the moral responsibility and went on helping the candidates with their electrifying and enchanting speeches. They both are very articulate and known for their public speaking skills. They both carry an aura of power within the party and the government which the candidates wanted to harvest for their benefit in winning the election.

MLC Kavitha Mr K Kavitha too went on campaigning for the party in the erstwhile Nizamabad district touring several constituencies there. They did their best exerting all their physical and mental energies and putting up their best performance. The polling for the Telangana assembly elections will be taking place on November 30 and the counting on December 3. People are waiting with their bated breath for the outcome as all the political parties making good claims of winning more seats than the other parties.

By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao