BRS to contest in all 25 Lok Sabha and
175 Assembly seats in 2024 Andhra Pradesh Elections

Claiming that the BJP, which is triggering communal differences in AP, would be chased out of Andhra Pradesh, BRS Andhra Pradesh Chief - Thota Chandrashekhar said the party would contest 2024 Andhra Pradesh Assembly Elections on all 25 Lok Sabha seats and 175 Legislative Assembly seats.
Speaking after participating in the Bharat Rashtra Samithi New Delhi office inauguration program under Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao's leadership, Mr. Thota Chandrashekhar added that people across the country are discussing the BRS-led Telangana model of governance.
While on the other side, the BJP is busy creating communal hatred among people. The BRS New Delhi office was constructed in record time, and it should become a venue for several events that rewrite history.
Congress, which claims to be a national party, has lost steam and has failed miserably in battling against the BJP. Only the BRS and party Supremo K. Chandrashekhar Rao have the courage and ability to fight against the BJP and ensure all the assurances made under the 2014 Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act are fulfilled.
There is an overwhelming response from people for BRS in Andhra Pradesh and cutting across regions and parties. And, the mass leaders are joining the BRS, Thota Chandrashekhar said. This move is seen as an attempt to establish BRS as a national party by participating outside Telangana across the country as soon as possible. It would have an impact on TDP and YSRCP, the two main parties already active in AP politics.