The political corridors in Hyderabad are abuzz with rumours about a change of guard in Telangana as chief minister and TRS founder K Chandrashekar Rao, may give up his chair for his son KT Rama Rao. If sources are to be believed, the transition may happen as soon as next month.
“Yes, the next CM is KTR. It will happen mostly in February. They are discussing within their family. Many changes will take place in the cabinet too,” a senior Cabinet minister, who did not wish to be named, told News18.
In a recent interview with 10TV News, Health Minister Etela Rajender called the development “nothing wrong” as most of the Telangana government’s decisions are being taken after consultation with KTR.
“There is a chance (of transfer of power), why not? There is nothing wrong with it. Ninety-nine percent of the programmes are being reviewed by KTR in our government. He also participated in the COVID-19 vaccination programme on the behalf of his father – the Chief Minister. Whether KCR attended or not is not an issue here,” Rajender, an important backward classes leader and one of the founding members of the TRS, said.
The minister’s statement has seemingly put an end to all the…