The ordeal of offering seems no bound in Telangana. Started after CM K Chandrasekhar Rao promised as The Telangana Rastra Samiti Chief to make the offering. The offering made was on the separation of separate state Telangana.
The previous year, during the Navaratri festival, Rs 3.7 crore worth 11 kg gold ornaments were offered to famous Warangal temple. The temple where Goddess Bhadrakali resided. The CM has decided to offer Goddess Kankadurga ‘Mukku Pudaka’ (nose stud) this year.
On the occasion of ‘Navratri Utsavalu’ on September 27, CM KCR along with his family will gift the offering. The family will visit the uphill temple in Vijayawada of the famous goddess.
In the same year, Lord Venkateswara Swamy in Tirumala-Tirupati of Andhra Pradesh received gold ornaments. The Telangana CM 5 crore worth gold ornaments to Lord Venkateswara.
‘Bangaru Meesalu’ (gold mustache) worth Rs 60,000 made its way to Mahabubabad district. Veerabhadra Swamy Temple in Kuravi of Mahabubabad district of the state received it.
The man of vows has been fulfilling his promises of offerings. He also owns a Rs 33 crore worth 8.9-acre house. His residence is palatial attracting criticism. The opposition wants a clarity on his glorious spending on promises he made as an individual. The money of exchequer is going for the spiritual needs of the state head.
His complex has parking facilities for 200 cars which is astonishing.
An ‘Ayutha Chandi Maha Yagnam’ held to please rain gods in Telangana. The CM held it in 2015 to improvise the condition of drought. The state was facing scanty rainfall.
The KCR family and few Telangana Rastra Samiti leaders also funded ‘Yagnam’. Around Rs 15 crore perhaps went away in the performing it. It was a personal affair ritual and only the CM’s family maintained it.
The Chief Minister KCR is making it to headlines often with his offerings as state head.