The honourable chief minister of Telangana K.Chandrasekhar Rao appears to have made up his mind to form a national party after failing to make any progress on his idea of a national front. Regarding the matter, he is expected to take a final decision on June 19 at the extended meeting of the TRS executive.
After having a long-time discussion with state ministers and senior party leaders yesterday, KCR seems to have given his positive nod to the proposal of forming the new party named Bharat Rashtra Samithi. The process to register the new party with the Election Commission of India will begin shortly.
The party chief KCR is making plans to announce the new party officially by the end of this month in New Delhi. TRS leadership is reportedly keen to have the TRS symbol of car for the BRS (Bharat Rashtra Samithi) also. According to the party sources, The TRS office coming up in the national capital will serve as the headquarters of the proposed national party.
KCR, who believes that the people’s aspirations remained unfulfilled even after 75 years of independence, said we can dream and we can also make those dreams come true. Telangana has proved this, he said. Earlier, KCR has also called for developing Bangaru Bharat, claiming India has the power to attain good wealth and prosperity than the United States.