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KTR calls for outreach programmes in election run-up

HYDERABAD: Bharat Rashtra Samithi’s (BRS) working president K.T. Rama Rao directed party leaders and cadre to hold reach out to the public through a variety of programmes until June to strengthen the party’s ranks in the run-up to this year’s Assembly polls.

Rama Rao issued the directions in a teleconference with the party’s district presidents and general secretaries on Sunday, after Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao issued directions in this regard in a state executive meeting at Telangana Bhavan on Saturday.

The IT minister, stating that 60 lakh workers of the BRS were its core strength, asked MLAs to hold ‘atmeeya sammelan (get togethers)’ with party workers, 10 villages at a time as a unit, to create awareness about the welfare schemes and developmental works done by the BRS.

He asked MLAs to involve local MPs, MLCs, chairpersons of corporations, DCCBs and DCMSs for the same, calling for completion of the same by the party’s formation day on April 27.

Apprising party members of Chandrashekar Rao’s plan to celebrate Dr B.R. Ambedkar’s birth anniversary on a grand scale on April 14, Rama Rao called for programmes to be conducted across the state with a focus on the BRS government’s welfare schemes for the Dalit community.

He said that the Chief Minister has decided to inaugurate the 125-foot-tall statue of Dr B.R. Ambedkar, the tallest in the country, in Hyderabad on April 14 and also name the new Secretariat after Ambedkar.

The Dalit Bandhu scheme was also being implemented effectively, he said.

“Except for BRS, no other party has honoured and implemented welfare programmes for different sections by drawing inspiration from Dr B.R. Ambedkar’s principles in the country,” Rama Rao said.

As the Telangana Martyrs Memorial will be unveiled on June 1, he asked party workers to several programmes across the state.

With the 2023-24 academic year commencing in June, he asked the student wing of the party to organise events like welcome meetings for Intermediate, degree and other professional course students. He asked them to enrol students in large numbers to strengthen the party’s student wing and also called for the constitution of new committees.

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