The Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) is all set to expand itself in other regions of the country, with the aim of contesting the 2024 national elections.
According to the party leaders, Mr. K. Chandrashekar Rao, the Chief Minister of Telangana and the President of the BRS, wants to have offices in every State in India. On the condition of anonymity, a party source revealed that the BRS is planning to have an office in Nagpur and would soon start operations there too. The decision to inaugurate a BRS office in Nagpur, came with the idea of expansion in the neighboring state of Maharashtra.
Mr. K. Chandrashekar Rao is expected to hold a public meeting and would inaugurate the office building. If sources are to be believed, the event would be significant as many political leaders and anti Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would be invited to attend the public meeting.
The BRS workers and leaders are busy making arrangements for the inauguration of the office and the public meeting in Nagpur, Maharashtra. However, the inauguration date is yet to be finalized and is likely to be held either on the 11th of June, or the 15th of June. In addition, after Nagpur, the BRS offices are likely to be inaugurated in three more cities of Maharashtra: Mumbai, Aurangabad and Pune.
A BRS leader who wished to be anonymous said, “There is a good response for the membership drive task given by the party in 288 constituencies at a time and the local leaders are looking for an alternative to BJP and Congress.” Furthermore, the BRS leaders in Maharashtra has been given a task to complete at least 1 lakh membership and enrollment of 10,000 active leaders into the BRS unit in Maharashtra.
After inauguration, Nagpur’s office would be the third BRS office outside Telangana. The other two BRS offices are in Andhra Pradesh and Delhi.
Furthermore, after Maharashtra, the BJP ruled Madhya Pradesh would be the focus of the K. Chandrashekar Rao led BRS for an expansion.
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