KRTA extends support to Telangana CM’s recently launched national party

Kannada Rastra Telangana Association (KRTA) extended support to the Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s recently launched national party – Bharat Rastra Samithi (BRS). Speaking to the press at Bengaluru’s Press Club on Friday, KRTA President Sundeep Kumar Makthala said that the BRS will emerge as a strong alternative to the BJP and Congress at the national level. Makthala, along with KRTA Secretary General E.V. Satish Kumar and other members of the Association detailed the programmes of the Association. Makthala said that the Janata Dal (S) had allocated land for the Telangana Bhavan at Bengaluru after successful representation by the KRTA. The TRS party then, had also extended support for the construction of the Telangana Bhavan.
KRTA was formed in 2012 to protect the interests of people from Telangana living in Karnataka besides promoting Telangana festivals and culture in Karnataka. KRTA organises various events as part of its promotion of Telangana culture in Karnataka. These programmes are attended by scores of people from Telangana living in various parts of Karnataka. Also, people from Seemandhra attend these programmes and present an example of unity and brotherhood in Karnataka.
Leaders from Congress, BJP and JDS attend the cultural programmes organised by the KRTA in Bengaluru every year. They hailed the services of KRTA led by Sundeep Kumar in taking up various initiatives for the Telangana community in Karnataka.
The KRTA team led by Sundeep Makthala presented a memorandum to the Chief Secretary of Karnataka Ratna Prabha to take up construction of Telangana Bhavan in Karnataka in 2017.
In 2018, during the Assembly election, KRTA met representatives of various political parties and urged them to include construction of Telangana Bhavan in Karnataka in their poll manifesto.

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