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KCR announces that he would rule the state for ten more years:- From the past one month, there are speculations that Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will step down from his position and will hand over the responsibility to his son KTR. After chairing a crucial meeting on Sunday, KCR kept the speculations to a rest and announced that he would be the Chief Minister of the state for the next ten years. KCR made sure that he has no plans to quit from the position and he made sure that he is able enough to continue as the Chief Minister for the next ten years. KCR asked the leaders of the party not to talk or debate about the Chief Minister's chair in the future and he warned them of facing severe consequences.
KCR also warned the leaders of severe consequences if they openly air views that will deviate the party's activities. Telangana legislators Challa Dharma Reddy, Rasamayi Balakrishna and others made sensational comments against reservations for Dalits in the state and about the Adyodhya Ram temple. The entire TRS family was present for the meeting that was chaired by KCR in Telangana Bhavan on Sunday. KCR kept away from responding about BJP emerging as the new powerful party in the state and the national party gained major seats in the GHMC polls. Though TRS feels that BJP is the new threat in the state, KCR did not respond about the same. KCR also said that he has no health-related issues and h is doing extremely fine.