Hyderabad, Nov 16 (Hydnow): Keeping in view that Muslim voters are key in more than 30 Assembly constituencies, the National President of BRS and Chief Minister K.Chandrashekhar Rao prepared a strategy to woo the Muslim voters in support of him in the ensuing Assembly elections. In this connection, he asked party contestants to convince the Muslim voters and support the party in elections.
Following the reports that a portion of the Muslim community will shift to Congress in some Assembly segments, KCR has asked the BRS candidates to reach out to the Muslim voters and explain the welfare and development programs taken up by the State government for the last 10 years for the particular community.
BRS leaders said that Congress was spreading false propaganda to lure the voters in the Muslim-dominated assembly segments. A few of the minority voters got carried away by the anti-BRs campaign taken up by Congress and the voters were left in confusion. The major challenge before the BRS is to allay the apprehensions and bring the Muslim community into the party fold b
efore the elections.
He asked the party contestants to hold minority meetings in their respective Assembly constituencies and convince the Muslim voters to support the party in the election. The party candidates will have to explain to the voters about the successful implementation of Shaadi Mubarak, the establishment of minority residential educational institutions, and other development activities taken up in the state.
Muslim voters are the key in more than 30 Assembly constituencies where they decide the victory of the candidates. BRS observers will monitor the meetings organized in the Assembly segments with the minority communities and ensure that they win their hearts in the elections.
KCR is already explaining the BRS government’s efforts to uplift Muslims economically by introducing a slew of welfare schemes. The leaders said that BRS senior leaders K.Tarak Rama Rao and T. Harish Rao were already entrusted with the responsibility of holding a series of meetings with Muslim organizations in Hyderabad and the outcome was fruitful. (Hydnow)
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