Many prominent people from various fields in Maharashtra joined the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) party here on Thursday evening .
BRS National President and Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, popularly known as KCR, invited them, after they came from many places, including Mumbai, to join the party.
He offered them a pink scarf.
Speaking on this occasion, KCR asserted India should adopt good governance with innovative ideas to lead the country towards qualitative development by creating wealth and distributing the same to the people.
He said that the rulers at the Centre have been practicing stereotypical methods in governance since the country attained Independence.
The Union government failed to utilize the abundant natural resources and make use of the unprecedented human resources that create wealth in the right way.
The Chief Minister expressed his concern that the country was not heading towards development due to lack of vision.
The BRS party is not just a political party, but a ‘Bharat Parivartan Mission’ formed with a big goal of shaping a fully transformed India in all fields, KCR reiterated.
He appealed to the people to be more conscious in choosing the leadership who work according to the aspirations of all the people irrespective of caste and religion. Every BRS worker needs to work towards that to win the confidence of people.
The BRS National President made it clear that social equality is possible in the country only from progressive thoughts.
Rao made it clear that qualitative development of the country in all fields is possible only with the BRS party.
On the occasion, the leaders who joined the party said that “ Now the people of Maharashtra do not have a good political party. All of them are split parties. Congress is also on the verge of extinction .
All the parties of Maharashtra are making people fools “.
They reiterated that Maharashtra people will strongly support the BRS to implement the development of the Telangana model.
The leaders enthusiastically said that they will move ahead with the slogan ‘Ab Ki Baar Kisan Sarkar’.
Among those who joined the party on this occasion are former MLA from Pune district L. T. Sawant, South Mumbai NCP president Manav Venkatesh, CBI retired official Lakshmana Raj Sanap, world champion sportsperson Nilesh Madhukar Rane, ZP member Bhagwan Sanap, Nagpur NCP vice president, eminent social worker Dr. Kiran Vaidya and Uttam Rao Wagh, Maharashtra MBT president.
Azhar Ahmed, Ghanshyam Bapu Haqke who contested as MLA, Pailwan Appasaheb Arena, Santosh Bichukle, Prakash Sahu Rao Bosale who contested as MP, many army officers from Maharashtra, seniors, youth leaders and many women leaders from various parties from Mumbai to Varshi, Bandhra, Dharavi, former high officials, lawyers, doctors, and leaders of many parties from districts like Parbhani and Manwat of Maharashtra have joined the BRS party.
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