With the Telangana Rashtra Samithi registering a huge victory in the municipal elections in the state, the talk of whether this will signal anointment of TRS working president and IT minister K T Rama Rao as the next chief minister of the state.

The TRS is all set to win 110 out of 120 municipalities and eight out of 10 municipal corporations. While there is a hung situation in Ramagundam municipal corporation, but the TRS might capture it ultimately, while the BJP is trying its best to conquer Nizamabad.

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Right from the beginning, there has been a talk that TRS president and chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao would transfer his responsibility to his son soon after the municipal elections. Even KTR has been saying that winning the municipal elections was very crucial for him.

So, the question is how soon KCR step down in favour of his son. Apparently, he is waiting for a muhurtham to do that. One talk is that he might do it on his 66th birthday to be celebrated on February 17. Since six is his lucky number, KCR might consider this date for the transfer of power to KTR.

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There is another version that KCR will perform “Maha Sudershana Yagam” in the month of March at Yadadri in the capacity of the chief minister. The temple would also be thrown open to the pilgrims during that time. Soon after that, he will announce anointment of KTR as the next chief minister.

In any case, KCR may drop some hints to that effect during the CAA press conference at Telangana Bhavan in the evening, sources said. #KhabarLive

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