Hyderabad, Jan. 29 (NSS): The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) leaders on Sunday visited Nanded district in Maharashtra to inspect the arrangements for their party’s public meeting to be held on February 5.
Minister for Endowment Allola Indrakaran Reddy, MLAs Balka Suman and Shakeel, Civil Supplies Corporation Chairman Ravinder Singh and others inspected the proposed public meeting site and reviewed the ongoing arrangements, including parking area, installation of barricades and seating facility at the dais.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister Indrakaran Reddy said leaders from other States were being attracted towards the BRS by looking at the welfare schemes and development activities being implemented in Telangana under the leadership of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and said a large number of leaders from Maharashtra would be joining the BRS in presence of KCR on the day of public meeting.
Indrakaran said CM KCR had formed BRS with an objective to extend welfare schemes being implemented in Telangana to rest of the country and people were also seeking such welfare and development in their areas too. He said the BRS supremo would visit the Gurudwara there before addressing the public meeting on February 5. (NSS)