Telangana CM to move into camp office
Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao will at long last move into the sprawling CM’s Camp Office in Begumpet on Sunday. He will venture into the camp office at 10.48 am and perform ‘sudharshana yagnam’ to look for the Lord’s favors in the vicinity of just his relatives and his closest helpers.
Interestingly, his child K.t. Rama Rao, a part in Mr Rao’s Cabinet holding data engineering and panchayatraj portfolios will additionally move into the Camp Office alongside his father.
Mr Rao’s home at Nandi Nagar in Banjara Hills will hereafter be utilized by Mr Rama Rao as his ‘camp office. A stern professor of numerology and vaastu, Mr Rao was hesitant to move into the Begumpet camp office since winning the Assembly decisions in May as he was prompted by his savants against moving into the Camp Office without redressing ‘vaastu imperfections’. So he liked to work out of the two structures in Kundanbagh, which houses priests’ quarters.
An IAS and IPS officer living there were asked to clear instantly to clear a path for Mr Rao. Then again, the move was rejected by his vaastu intellectuals who indicated ‘activity issues’ included with the development of CM’s caravan consistently. At long last, Mr Rao selected the Begumpet camp office after ‘vaastu changes’ were done.
Sources say Mr Rao would be possessing one and only of the two structures in the camp office, which is vaastu agreeable. Mr Rao has been disinclined to moving into Begumpet camp office as none of the three previous Cms, Y.s. Rajasekhar Reddy, K. Rosaiah and N. Kiran Kumar who involved the building couldn’t finish their five-year term.
His intellectuals faulted ‘vaastu imperfections’, which have now been amended.