Telangana prime minister and TRS chairman K Chandrashekar Rao issued a statement Wednesday, announcing the Gajwel Assembly election elections in presidential elections on December 7th. The 64-year-old prime minister's annual income increased during the election of KCR. Rs 2 crore since she has appealed the last time to choose. KCR's 2017-18 fiscal year corresponds to Rs 2.07 crore from Rs 6.59 for the fiscal year 2012-13, which it declared in its 2014 election statement.
The chief of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) stated agriculture as his profession in which he participated in the presence of a return officer. Rs 91.52 lakh with total income from agriculture, he said.
Chandrashekar Rao announces total assets with Rs Rs 20.60. This figure is more than 2012-13 (Rs 16.94 crore). The Telangana prime minister's total movable assets are valued at 10.40 Rupees, while his wife K Shobha has movable assets of over 94.5 billion Riyadh.
In addition, Rs has an immovable property of approximately 12.20 cros, including 54 acres of agricultural land of 6.50 crore.
Shares of Telangana Broadcasting Private Limited announced the investments of Rs 4.71. The bank accounts and fixed warehouse has Rs 5.63 crore. The prime minister is a valuable host in Hayrabad and Karimnagar at Rs 5.10 crore.
They also have a land of 2.04 acres without agricultural land in the Siddipet region of Rs 60 lakh. The incentive, however, says that the prime minister of Telangana does not have a vehicle and does not have a bank loan. KCR has a chunk of debt of Rs 8.88 in the form of unsecured loans. No bank loans.
In February of this year, an analysis of the prime ministers' applications by the Union of Democratic Reforms revealed that a total of 25 prime ministers in India announced their presence on the Rs 1 crore. Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu emerged as the richest prime minister in India with assets worth Rs 177 crore.
KCR was ranked fourth in this list and a total trial of Rs 15.51 crore.