Telangana CM KCR goes national, TRS becomes BRS

TRS President and Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao announced the foundation of a new national political party, the Bharat Rashtra Samithi, in a significant declaration that would have a significant impact on Indian politics (BRS).

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TRS President and Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao announced the foundation of a new national political party, the Bharat Rashtra Samithi, in a significant declaration that would have a significant impact on Indian politics (BRS). The declaration was made during the party’s key General Body meeting on Wednesday at 1:19 p.m. in Telangana Bhavan.

In the midst of shouting and clapping, the Chief Minister read out the resolution that had been unanimously accepted by the party general body meeting. As a result, the TRS has changed into the BRS. In order to mark the start of a new chapter in Indian politics, the party executive committee raised the slogan “Desh ke Netha KCR” alongside elected officials and other leaders.

During the same conference, necessary changes were also made to the party constitution.

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In order to modify the name of the party and register it as a national party, a party delegation would now contact the Election Commission of India (ECI) right away.

By the time of the following elections, TRS will have a new name if the ECI grants its application. The national party will run in the following election with a fresh platform.

In the entire nation, there are currently 8 national parties, 54 regional parties, and 2,797 unrecognised parties registered.