Hyderabad: The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) has set itself the target of mobilizing two million people for the party’s public meeting to be held at Parade Grounds, Secunderabad on February 17.

BRS Chairman and Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao had announced on Tuesday that the Chief Ministers of Tamil Nadu and Jharkhand – MK Stalin
and Hemant Soren – besides CM MP Tejashwi Yadav of Bihar, Dr BR Ambedkar’s grandson Prakash Ambedkar will attend the public meeting.

This will be the second public meeting of the BRS after its first massive public meeting in Khammam held on January 18, which was attended by chief ministers from Delhi, Punjab and Kerala.

Party sources said the Chief Minister attaches utmost importance to the Parade Grounds public meeting as it is being held in the state capital and is also being held a few days after the Prime Minister’s proposed public meeting. Narendra Modi on February 13 at the same location. Rao would like the turnout at the BRS public meeting to be significantly higher than Modi’s public meeting.

Sources added that the Chief Minister along with KT Party Chairman Rama Rao have instructed party leaders under GHMC to immediately prepare the party base and start preparations to make the meeting a great success.

Sources said instructions had been given to ministers, party MPs and MLCs under the GHMC boundaries to prepare to mobilize people for the public meeting. Of the 24 Assembly constituencies, all constituencies are represented by the ruling BRS deputies, except for seven constituencies held by AIMIM and one by BJP.

BRS party officials in those eight assembly constituencies held by AIMIM and BJP were also asked to mobilize the people.

It is learned that the Chief Minister has appointed Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav as overall responsible for the public meeting and that he will lead the team of ministers, MPs and MLC to make arrangements for the public meeting.

The last meeting the Chief Minister addressed at Parade Grounds was in January 2016 as part of the GHMC election campaign.

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