Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) Supremo and caretaker Chief Minister of Telangana K Chandrashekhar Rao (KCR) 64-year-old has filed its nomination from Gajwel constituency on Wednesday ahead of state assembly elections. KCR in the affidavit filed with Election Commission has declared agriculture as his profession. He also declared his net worth Rs 20.60 crore and but does not own any vehicle.
KCR is a believer of astrology, numerology and Vastu Shashtra and following which, KCR along with caretaker irrigation minister T Harish Rao offered prayers at Lord Venkateshwara temple at Konaipally village, a ritual which KCR is following for over three decades.
KCR further declared, he had invested Rs 4.71 crores in Telangana Broadcasting Private Limited and has Rs 5.63 crore in bank accounts and fixed deposits.
Since 1985, KCR has remained undefeated. He had won seven state assembly elections and two Lok Sabha elections till now. KCR dissolved the Telangana assembly on September 6, nine months before its term and opted to go for early elections. As per the sources, KCR led TRS government is facing acute anti-incumbency in the state and conversely highly talked ‘Grand Alliance’ of Congress, Telugu Desam Party (TDP), Communist Party of India (CPI) and Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) for the upcoming Telangana elections has totally changed the equations in the state. Stating it as a ‘masterstroke’, sources said that Congress would evolve as a crucial party in the state and may be in a position to form the government.