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He emphasized that the party’s primary objective continues to be the comprehensive transformation of Telangana. K Chandrashekhar Rao farmers agenda.

Hyderabad: Despite recent electoral challenges, BRS president and former Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao remains steadfast in his ambitious “Abki Baar Kisan Sarkar” campaign, vowing to champion farmer-centric governance across the country.

Rao expressed his disappointment with the recent election results, noting that it was a setback not just for the people of Telangana, but also for farmers nationwide, especially in Maharashtra, who had hoped to see the Telangana model of development implemented in their states.Assembly constituencies at his Erravelli residence on Thursday.

Speaking at his Erravelli residence on Thursday, Rao addressed supporters from various Assembly constituencies, including Khammam, Mahabubabad, Vemulawada, Narsapur, and Ibrahimpatnam. He reiterated that the party’s primary goal remains the complete transformation of Telangana.

Chandrashekhar Rao Highlights Telangana’s Successes Under BRS Rule and Vows to Continue Fight for Farmers

Chandrashekhar Rao emphasized that under BRS rule, Telangana has become a model state, excelling in electricity, water supply, drinking water, and agriculture. He noted that neighboring states like Maharashtra also supported his vision for a farmer-led government, and were disheartened by the recent election outcome in Telangana.

The former Chief Minister expressed that the defeat in Telangana was a greater loss for farmers in Maharashtra and the rest of the country than for those in Telangana. It deprived the nation of the visionary leadership that could transform it into a farmer’s state. Farmers across India, particularly those who had struggled against the BJP’s agricultural policies, had hoped for his leadership.

Despite the setback, Chandrashekhar Rao remains committed to addressing the issues faced by farmers nationwide and winning their support. “In democracy, power is not forever. Opposition is not permanent. We have the people’s mandate. Politics is a continuous process, and it has nothing to do with winning or losing. Whatever role they assign us, we have to perform it with sincerity,” he stated.

He criticized the current Congress government for discontinuing several crucial BRS-initiated schemes, such as the supply of irrigation and drinking water, uninterrupted electricity, fee reimbursement, and the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF). He urged BRS activists to persist in their efforts beyond electoral victories and defeats.

Rao also requested supporters to inform him prior to their visits for better coordination, and announced that the party leadership would provide the names of the constituencies in advance. He advised local leaders to coordinate their visits to avoid unnecessary disappointment and inconvenience if he could not meet them for reasons beyond his control.


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