Addressing the plenary of Telangana Rashtra Samiti here, he said the welfare of all weaker sections, who constitute an overwhelming majority of the state, was the objective of his government.
Rao reiterated that TRS will not seek votes in the next elections if it failed it supply drinking water to every household. He also promised to complete all pending irrigation projects in four years.
For Rao, who was re-elected as party president for the eight consecutive term, it was an event to stamp his authority on a party he founded 14 years ago. It was also an occasion for the chief minister to remind the central government of the promises it needs to keep to the youngest state in the country.
For the party leaders and cadre, it was an occasion to revisit their promises to the people, reaffirm their belief in the ruling party and return home at the end of the day with reinvigorated enthusiasm.
In one of the significant resolutions passed at the plenary, the party demanded that the Centre fulfill assurances made in the AP Reorganization Act 2014 for the Telangana state.
The party passed a resolution, moved by its MP A P Jitender Reddy, urging the Centre to come good on all its promises including setting up of a tribal university, AIIMS, horticulture university, an integrated steel plant in Khammam, rail coach factory and increasing the number of assembly seats to 153 from 119.
The day-long plenary passed 12 resolutions on various issues, hailing various development and welfare schemes launched by the government.
A resolution urged the central government to fulfil all promises made to Telangana at the time of bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh.
Through another resolution, the party vowed to develop Hyderabad as a world-class city. The chief minister said though the successive governments claimed to have developed the city, many areas lacked basic civic amenities.
Finance minister Etela Rajender proposed a resolution on current politics and TRS. He said with separate state now a reality, the goal now should be to create 'Bangaru Telangana' under Chandrasekhar Rao's leadership.
The other resolutions passed at the plenary included making the state power surplus by 2018, Haritha Haram, Telangana drinking water scheme (watergrid) and information technology, irrigation, Mission Kakatiya and schemes being implemented by the state such as Aasara pension, Kalyana Laxmi, Telangana martyrs welfare, and other welfare schemes.
Earlier in the day, home minister Nayani Narasimha Reddy, who supervised poll for the party president post, announced that KCR's was elected unopposed amid thunderous applause from the gathering.
"I am grateful to my colleagues for reposing faith in me and giving opportunity to lead the party for one more term. I thank one and all for the unanimous election," the chief minister told the plenary attended by over 50,000 party functionaries, senior leaders, ministers, MPs and other public representatives.
The TRS women's wing led by Nizamabad MP K Kavitha felicitated KCR by presenting him a 'Bathukamma'. Senior leaders made a beeline to congratulate him.
Addressing the plenary, Chandrasekhar Rao listed out his government's achievements in the past ten months and said his party would not seek votes in the next elections if it fails to fulfill the promises made during the last polls. He also called upon NRIs from Telangana to give away their land in the state so that it can be distributed to the landless dalits.
The chief minister said surmounting the power supply crisis was one his government's major achievements. "We have overcome the power crisis and the state is now free of power cuts," he said.
Referring to the angst of lakhs of unemployed youth in the state, he called upon them not to be disappointed as his government was planning to fill up on lakh vacancies in various government departments. Services of the contract employees would be regularized soon after the ongoing process of employees' distribution between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh gets over.
Articulating his plans for Hyderabad, KCR said his government was ready with a comprehensive plan to turn the state capital into a 'world-class' city. The metro rail project would be extended to the Shamshabad airport and cover outskirts like Ramchandrapuram and Ibrahimpatnam, the CM added.