Did The Budget Sessions Hint KTR's Future As CM?

Mon Feb 06 2023 17:02:46 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

Did Telangana Chief Minister KCR drop a big hint on KTR's future as his replacement? Did the BRS boss make a massive revelation that KTR will be the next Chief Minister? These are the doubts that are doing rounds among the political circles with the scenes the Assembly House saw.

Telangana Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan addressed the Legislative Assembly ahead of the Budget sessions and showered massive praises on the state government. Telangana IT Minister KTR replied to the debate on the motion of thanks to the Governor's address in the House and this again started the debate of whether KTR will be the next Chief Minister.

It is a tradition that the Chief Minister will reply to the address of the Governor. If the Chief Minister is not available then the Legislative Affairs Minister gives a reply. Contrary to this, KTR gave the reply and this gave birth to an interesting debate.

Many feel that with this KCR might want to send a strong message that KTR will fill his shoes as the Chief Minister. For a very long time, we have been hearing that KTR will be made the Chief Minister. KTR is now holding importing portfolios in the state and this adds fuel to the debate.

Telangana Chief Minister KCR is now focusing on national politics and he is busy gathering support from various corners. To take on the mighty Bharatiya Janata Party and bring an alternative, the BRS boss is playing his cards. He is banking on the farmer community and assuring that Kisan Raj will be brought.

As KCR is busy with this, his son KTR might be made the Chief Minister. The scenes that happened in the Assembly House again brought the opinion on KTR as the next Chief Minister in the news. Political experts say that the possibility cannot be ruled out.

It has to be noted here that earlier, the legislators of the BRS party openly made statements that KTR is ready to take over the Chief Minister post. Even the Cabinet Ministers made these comments. Again the debate is in the news with IT Minister KTR giving the reply.