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Now Shiv Sena leaders from Maharashtra join BRS

Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) continues to attract Maharashtra leaders from other parties. Now Shiv Sena leaders from Maharashtra have joined the BRS, following the NCP and Shetkari Sangathana.

On Wednesday, Shiv Sena Beed district president Dilip Gore joined the BRS in the presence of Chief Minister and BRS chief K Chandrashekhar Rao. By offering Gore with the party scarf, the Chief Minister formally welcomed him into the party.

Gore was former Mayor of Beed Municipal Corporation and currently is the president of Shiv Sena Beed district unit. Along with Dilip Gore, Maharashtra Sugarcane Farmers union State president Shivraj Janardhan Rao Bangar and other leaders have also joined the BRS.

Farmers in Maharashtra announce support for CM KCR

Several farmers under the umbrella of the Shetkari Sanghatana wrote to the Chief Minister, requesting him to lead the farmers’ movement in the country, demonstrating the growing support for Bharat Rashtra Samithi President and Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao among the farmer community in the country, particularly in Maharashtra.

They stated that there was a drop in farmer suicides in Nanded after the February 5 public meeting at Bhokar in the district, citing a visible excitement in the farmers’ community in Maharashtra over the foray of Chandrashekhar Rao and the BRS into the state.

Leaders of the Maharashtra-based Sanghatana, a national farmers movement founded by legendary farmers leader Sharad Joshi, also said the Chief Minister’s speech had triggered discussions on Telangana’s welfare schemes in every household apart from intensified political activity in the State.

Shetkari Sanghatana Youth Alliance State president Sudhir Sudhakarao Bindu wrote to the Chief Minister that there was a general feeling among Maharashtra farmers that farmers across the country should benefit from schemes similar to those being implemented in Telangana.

With the situation in Maharashtra being such that there were about seven farmers ending their life every day, Chandrashekhar Rao’s arrival had rekindled their hopes.







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