Former CM KCR announces plans to address public; directs BRS MPs

Hyderabad, Jan 26 (UNI) Former Chief Minister and President of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhara Rao (KCR), declared his intention to engage with the public in the near future.

A BRS Parliamentary Party meeting, chaired by KCR, took place on Friday at an agricultural field in Erravelli in Siddipet district. Notably, the upcoming Parliament sessions are scheduled to commence on the 31st of this month, with the budget presentation slated for February 1, party sources said.

During the BRS Parliamentary Party meeting, KCR, alongside Working President K T Rama Rao (KTR) and former Minister Harish Rao, along with Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha MPs, discussed the strategy to be adopted in the upcoming sessions.

KCR emphasized that the expectations of the people of Telangana rely on BRS MPs, asserting that the party continues to work for the state’s welfare even when not in power. He urged the BRS voice to resonate strongly in Parliament, emphasizing the need to champion the rights and interests of the state.

Expressing concerns about the potential handover of projects to the Krishna Board, KCR questioned how projects could proceed without proper operational manuals and protocols, warning of adverse consequences for Telangana. He conveyed his determination to fight relentlessly for the state’s rights and interests, calling on BRS to stand firm.

KCR affirmed his imminent public engagement and instructed BRS MPs to address key issues in Parliament, the sources added.

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