The Chief Minister of Hyderabad, K Chandrashekar Rao, will be inaugurating the BRS Bhavan in New Delhi on Thursday. He will be leaving for Delhi on Wednesday and staying for three to four days. During this time, he plans to meet with leaders of political parties to discuss national political scenarios and explore the possibility of admitting them into BRS. KCR is hoping to find like-minded parties willing to join forces against the Modi-led BJP government.
To oversee the arrangements for the inauguration, Roads and Buildings Minister V Prashanth Reddy, MP J Santhosh Kumar, and other leaders are already in Delhi. The new party office will be equipped with all necessary facilities, including conference halls, boarding facilities, and special rooms for top leaders.
KCR has invited leaders from SP, AAP, DMK, RJD, and JMM for the inauguration of the party office. BRS working president KTR will also be attending and holding meetings with some leaders of different parties in the new office on Thursday.