K. Chandrashekhar Rao becomes the second Chief Minister of a Telugu state, in running a government with a Cabinet for over 30 days.
Telangana Rashtra Samithi chief KCR creates a new record this weekend, second only to N.T. Rama Rao for executing state affairs without any Cabinet members, breaking NTR’s 30-year-old record.
KCR took his oath as the CM on December 31st last year and so far he has only appointed one Cabinet minter, Mohammad Mahmud Ali as the Home Minister.
It is expected that KCR will expand his Cabinet after Sankranthi and before Jan 18th.
Earlier this record was held by NTR who was the former Chief Minister of united Andhra Pradesh and run his government for 31 days sans a full Cabinet.