The TRS plenary will formally recognize KCR as the party's sole leader.

The grandiose manner in which it is being planned has a message for the opposition.

The first Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) plenary after the pandemic will be Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao's complete show, stamping his complete control on the party and the administration.

No other candidate has filed a nomination for the position of party president, hence he will be re-elected. However, the plenary is also considered as focusing on reviving the party's cadre in order to reach the public and pave the way for the next Assembly elections. The president should be elected every two years, according to the party's bylaws, and the plenary was customarily held on April 27.

The plenary will begin at 10 a.m. and after the immediate announcement of his election, the Chief Minister will thank the cadre where he will recall the 20 years’ journey as a party and seven years in the government with the party cadre ensuring that they were the lifeline of the party. Party leaders expect the Chief Minister to also give some indications of how the party will play an important role in the Centre in the near future since the party has made significant achievements for the new State. The governance is on the right path and there is no going back for the new State.

The plenary, which will be attended by 6,000 people from around the state, is significant since the party is celebrating 20 years of existence, beginning as a sub-regional party and now firmly entrenching itself in Telangana politics for decades to come. To invite the delegates, the city has been painted pink, and the HICC, where the gathering is being held, has been taken over by the party. The grandiosity with which the plenary is organized sends a message to the opposing parties and the wider public that the party is not easily taken. According to a top leader, a sense of complacency has developed among public officials as a result of a string of electoral victories.

As TRS working president K.T. Rama Rao stated, this will serve as a warm-up for the Maha Garjana, which will be held in Warangal on November 15 with a crowd of 20 lakh people to commemorate the party's impact on Telangana and its very heart. The gathering is expected to adopt various resolutions, and acclaimed poet Suddala Ashok Teja has prepared a special song for the occasion. A picture exhibition is also being prepared, which will comprise thousands of photos from the Chief Minister's early years in Jaladrushyam. Delectable cuisine is also being prepared, with over 30 Telangana-specific dishes set to be offered to delegates and guests.