Now, KCR gifts gold moustache to god using taxpayer's money

This comes just two days after he drew flak for offering gold ornaments worth Rs 5 crore to Lord Balaji atop Tirumala, all paid for by the state exchequer.

Now, KCR gifts gold moustache to god using taxpayer

Despite drawing flak earlier this week, Telangana Chief Minister K  Chandrasekhar Rao has continued his 'holy' tour to appease the gods, by presenting a gold moustache worth Rs 60,000, funded from the taxpayer's money, to Lord Veerabhadra Swamy in the state's Mahbubabad district.

This comes just two days after he drew flak for offering gold ornaments worth Rs 5 crore to Lord Balaji atop Tirumala, all paid for by the state exchequer.


On Friday morning, KCR did a special pooja at Keesara's Sri Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple, before heading to Kuravi, The News Minute reported.

This golden offering, like the Tirumala one, was just another part of KCR's promise during the Telangana agitation, to make offerings to the Gods if statehood was granted.