KCR’s Praja Ashirwada Sabhas: A Marathon of Public Meetings


KCR’s Praja Ashirwada Sabhas: KCR, the charismatic Chief Minister of Telangana, is set to intensify his election campaign with a series of Praja Ashirwada Sabhas, or public meetings. These meetings are designed to inject new energy into the party cadre and elicit an overwhelming response from the public.

Starting with two meetings on Sunday at Khammam and Kothagudem, KCR will continue his Praja Ashirwada Sabhas through Wednesday, addressing gatherings in Gadwal, Makthal, Narayanpet, Chennur, Manthani, Peddapalli, Sirpur, Asifabad, and Bellampalli.

On November 9, KCR will file his nominations from Gajwel and Kamareddy, his two constituencies for this election. This will be followed by a public meeting at Kamareddy, marking the first of his meetings in these constituencies.

After a brief break, KCR will resume his campaign with renewed vigor from November 13, embarking on the third and final leg of his campaign. This leg will commence with meetings at Aswaraopet, Bhadrachalam, and Narsampet.

Over the next 16 days, KCR is scheduled to address a whopping 54 meetings, winding up his campaign on November 28. By then, he would have campaigned in 95 constituencies, an impressive feat that demonstrates his commitment to connecting with the people of Telangana.

KCR will address a public meeting at Hyderabad on November 25, the only one that day, and another at Cherial on November 18. On the remaining days, he will hold four meetings each.

As per the tentative schedule, KCR will conclude his campaign with meetings at Warangal (East and West) on November 28, followed by the final meeting in his own constituency of Gajwel on the same day.

KCR launched his election campaign with a public meeting at Husnabad on October 15. Since then, he has crisscrossed the state, addressing 30 public meetings, with the last one being at Korutla on Friday.

KCR’s Praja Ashirwada Sabhas are not just political rallies; they are a testament to his dedication to the people of Telangana. Through these meetings, he is not only seeking their support but also reaffirming his commitment to their welfare.

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