KCR set to create a record as longest serving Chief Minister in south India

Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao has set a record as the longest-serving chief minister of the Telugu state so far and set to create a record as the longest serving CM with an uninterrupted tenure in south India. As many as 24 Telugu persons served Andhra Pradesh in the past and now in decade long existence of Telangana state. Since the formation of a separate Telangana state on June 2, 2014, KCR has taken over as the chief minister and will be completing nine years of rule by June 2, 2023. It is a record.

Mr KCR endured several conspiracies and withstood all odds. He proved himself by steering the new state towards prosperity on all fronts. The irrigation, power and welfare sectors saw an all-time high in the country thus putting the Telangana state on the forefront under his leadership. Telangana state is completing 10 years of formation and the CM KCR has ordered grand celebrations for 21 days across the state and has sanctioned Rs. 105 crore.

By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao