KCR trying to vanish NTR Bhavan from Hyderabad
With TDP cleared out in both the Telugu States, TRS chief, and Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao is figured out how to try serious efforts to takeover NTR Trust Bhavan, the glorious tall and imposing TDP headquarters at Banjara Hills Road No.2 in Hyderabad.
KCR cleared out TDP from Telangana after the arrangement of Telangana State in 2014, while YSRCP covered TDP couple of kilometers somewhere down in Andhra in ongoing Assembly polls by restricting TDP to just 23 seats out of 175.
With the exceptionally very existence of TDP in question in both the states, KCR feels that all is good and well to bargain a savage hit to Chandrababu Naidu, by taking over NTR Trust Bhavan now, defacing all chances of any recuperation of TDP in future.
Following this, 12 out of the 15 TDP MLAs abandoned into TRS because of which TDP lost its ground in Telangana. In 2018 Assembly polls, TDP won just 2 seats in Telangana, of which one MLA officially joined TRS.
The costly government plot having a place with HUDA to fabricate NTR Trust Bhavan was leased out to TDP when Chandrababu was CM of Undivided AP in April 1997 for 30 years for an ostensible lease measure of Rs 90,000 every year.
The lease time frame will lapse in 2027 yet TRS government wants to drop the lease and reclaim the plot and pay compensation to TDP for structure.
The improvement comes in the midst of reports of Naidu intending to lease out this structure to an IT organization as TDP has no action in TS. There is a tremendous interest in this structure as it is situated in the prime territory in Hyderabad.
The structure was worked at a cost of Rs 5 crore two decades back.
Presently the same KCR is setting up the ground to vanish NTR Trust Bhavan from Hyderabad.