Nanded turns pink for BRS meeting on February 5, Indrakaran Reddy checks arrangements
Ahead of Bharat Rashtra Samithi public meeting to be held in Nanded on Sunday, the roads in Nanded town have turned pink with BRS flexes
NANDED: Ahead of Bharat Rashtra Samithi public meeting to be held in Nanded on Sunday, the roads in Nanded town have turned pink with BRS flexes, KCR hoardings and banners. The arrangements for the public meeting, which would be held under the auspices of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao along with the presence of national leaders of major political parties, were completed.
Telangana Minister of Forest, Environment, Law and Revenue Department Indrakaran Reddy along with Government Whip Balka Suman, MLAs Jogu Ramanna, Shakeel, TSIIC Chairman Gyadari Balamallu, Civil Supplies Corporation Chairman Undi Ravinder Singh were in Nanded for the last few days and overseeing the arrangements for the massive meeting.
The Minister, who was holding meetings with local public representatives and other celebrities in Nanded town for the last few days discussing the reason behind setting up a national party, inspected the venue of the meeting on Saturday. Speaking on the occasion, he said that all the arrangements for the meeting were completed and they took steps to ensure a smooth and successful conclusion of the meeting.
Meanwhile, a huge number of people and the party cadre from the villages of Nanded South and North, Bokar, Naigam, Mukhed, Deglur, Loha Constituencies, Kinwat, Dharmabad Towns, Naigam, Biloli, Umri, Himayat Nagar, mandals of Nanded district in Maharashtra were making preparations to attend the meeting. BRS party leaders and cadre from Telangana constituencies like Adilabad, Mudhol, Bodhan, and Jukkal as well as Nirmal and Nizamabad constituencies would also be attending the meeting