The BRS party is opening a new office in Nagpur, Maharashtra on either June 11 or 15. The party wants to have offices in every state in India. The Telangana Bhavan and a proposed Bharat Bhavan are already in operation, and party offices in Andhra Pradesh and Delhi will soon start operations from Nagpur.
The BRS Chief, K Chandrashekar Rao, is expected to address a public meeting on the day of the office inauguration. Party leaders are busy making arrangements for the event, with various political leaders expected to attend. The party believes that there is a political vacuum in Maharashtra that they can fill.
KCR has focused his attention on Maharashtra, with the party eyeing the local body polls and Assembly elections. The party has surveyed the area and found that there is already a 0.5% vote base. The party hopes to gain one lakh primary and 10,000 active members in every constituency in Maharashtra.
After Maharashtra, the party plans to focus on Madhya Pradesh. An RTI activist who exposed the Vyapam scam in the state, Anand Roy, recently joined the party, boosting its profile. The party also plans to start activities in Haryana and Punjab.