On Thursday, BRS president K Chandrashekar Rao inaugurated the BRS Bhavan, a central office in New Delhi. The four-story building has 20 rooms, including a media hall, conference halls, canteen, servant quarters, presidential suite, and a suite for the working president. With the inauguration of the new office, the BRS hopes to accelerate its activities. From Friday onwards, state in-charges and leaders will scout for leaders who are willing to join the party in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, and Rajasthan.
Earlier, KCR participated in a yagam and performed a special puja in the new building before occupying his chambers. Other officials, including Speaker of the Telangana Assembly P Srinivas Reddy, Home Minister Mahmood Ali, and IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao, also participated in the rituals. The party has already identified suitable leaders in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar to lead various party committees. KCR is expected to announce the constitution of the new committees for these states soon.
While party unit leaders from the northern states will hold regular meetings in the new BRS office, senior leaders from Telangana will coordinate with them. If there are big-ticket leaders from the north willing to join BRS, the program will be organized in Hyderabad. For other leaders joining BRS, programmes will be organized in the Delhi office. Earlier, KCR hoisted the BRS party flag in the office premises amid chanting vedic hymns. A thick security blanket has been thrown around the BRS head office.