Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao discussed with the Maharashtra leaders about the BRS agenda, his vision and action plan for the country as well as Maharashtra. (By Arrangement)
Hyderabad: BRS president and Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao will address another public meeting in the Kandhar-Loha region of Maharashtra, his second in the state, March 26. He had addressed a public meeting in Maharashtra at Nanded on February 5.
A few leaders from the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) in Maharashtra met CM at Pragathi Bhavan on Tuesday and expressed their willingness to join the BRS.
Former MLA and NCP Kisan Cell president Shankar Anna Dhondge, former MLA Naganath Gisewada, Maharashtra NCP youth secretary Shivaraj Dhongde, NCP Nanded district president Datta Pawar, Nanded city president Shivadas Dharmapurkar, NCP spokesperson Sunil Patil from the NCP and other political parties met Rao. Armoor MLA and Nanded BRS in-charge A. Jeevan Reddy accompanied them.
The CM discussed with the Maharashtra leaders about the BRS agenda, his vision and action plan for the country as well as Maharashtra. He asked them to focus on building the party from the grassroots level in Maharashtra, a press release stated.