According to a statement issued by the CMO during his visit to Delhi on May 20, the schedule for the last four days has been extended. As mentioned earlier, KCR is scheduled to leave for Bangalore on the 26th of this month and Ralegan Siddhi on the 27th. In Bangalore, KCR is scheduled to meet JDS leader, former Prime Minister Deve Gowda and former Karnataka CM Kumaraswamy. From there, he will visit Ralegan Siddhi on the 27th. He will meet social activist Anna Hazare, visit Shirdi and then return to Hyderabad, the CMO said. According to the schedule, KCR will return to Hyderabad on the 27th of this month and again within a day on the 29th and 30th of this month.
However, KCR’s sudden return to the state after taking a break from his nationwide tour is now the talk of the town. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi is coming to Hyderabad on the 26th of this month, it is known that the BJP leaders are making a fuss that the CM KCR has fled on a nationwide tour. However .. it seems that there are strong reasons for KCR to suddenly come to Hyderabad from a nationwide tour. It is learned that KCR plans to adopt a tough stance in the wake of the Centre’s attitude towards Telangana becoming indebted. According to party sources, KCR will return to Delhi before the Prime Minister returns to Hyderabad.