The BRS party has adopted the ‘Munugode’ strategy ahead of the upcoming assembly elections in Telangana. This tactic involves organizing gatherings based on caste and community on the outskirts of the assembly constituency. During these gatherings, BRS leaders, who belong to the specific castes and communities, engage with voters to garner support. This approach has proven successful in the Munugode bypoll.
Expanding this strategy beyond Telangana, the BRS is now hosting similar caste and community-centric meetings in parts of Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Chhattisgarh. Specifically, they are targeting regions like Pune, Mumbai, Parbhani, Nanded, Aurangabad, Purna, Sholapur, and Jalgaon in Maharashtra, along with Bidar, Raichur, Hubli, Gulbarga in Karnataka, and Raipur and Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh.
Moreover, the BRS is reaching out to Telugu expatriates residing in neighboring states, particularly those from various constituencies in Nizamabad, Nalgonda, Adilabad, Karimnagar, and Palamur. Many of these individuals work in neighboring states but hold votes in their native villages.
To ensure their participation in the elections, the BRS has assigned one person to oversee every 20 voters, arranging logistics for them to reach their hometowns for voting. Similarly, the party is focusing on individuals from neighboring districts residing in Hyderabad and Secunderabad. While they work in these cities, their votes are in their native villages. The BRS is compiling lists and organizing transportation for them to access their respective polling booths.