In the adjoining States of maharashtra and andhra pradesh, leaders from various political parties continue to join the BRS. On Monday, Appasaheb Anandrao Avchare, a senior ncp leader from Mumbai's Kurla district, joined BRS in front of party president and chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao.

Speaking at the event, Avchare asserted that telangana has developed into a national role model in just nine years. He also professed confidence that maharashtra can achieve comparable advancements under Chandrashekhar Rao's leadership. A jeevan Reddy, the BRS representative for maharashtra and the mla for Armoor, was present. In the meantime, a number of YSRCP leaders joined the BRS in Andhra Pradesh. They were welcomed into the party by party leader thota Chandrasekhar. They gave off the impression that they were confident the BRS will succeed the YSRCP and tdp in andhra pradesh and play a significant role in the development of the State.

Asaduddin Owaisi, a lok sabha member from Hyderabad, stated, "As a political party, we believe that BRS could have done more for minorities and BCs in telangana state. The absence of communal disturbances and general tranquillity in the state is a favourable omen. The bjp has harmed the social fabric of the nation on a national level, and we have witnessed its one-sided handling of harsh laws like the CAA, the farmers' bill, the repeal of Article 370, and triple talaq.

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