Telangana CM KCR’s son, IT Minister KTR is renowned for his jovial nature and witty comments. Not only he is known to take on his opponents countering them with facts, but he also interacts with the common people and blows all the scribes with his friendly attitude.
KTR participated in the program where he interacted with women in Hotel Kakatiya. He shared many secrets about his family, along with his relationship with his mother and wife. He said he learned a lot from his mother and his wife has lot of patience. He added his sister Kavitha is a very dynamic person and no one in his family is as courageous as her. He added that his daughter thinks a lot and in a mature manner at a young age and he never differentiates between his son and daughter. He said his life changed after the birth of his daughter.
Also KTR delved into the current state of affairs in Telangana, highlighting the unprecedented progress witnessed in Hyderabad and the broader region under the leadership of Chief Minister KCR. Addressing the growing concerns surrounding Deep Fake technology, which has stirred tension among celebrities, KTR offered insightful commentary.
Expressing his observations, KTR noted that Deep Fake videos pose a significant threat to celebrities, impacting not only actresses but also influential politicians. In a candid moment, he humbly acknowledged his own experience with this issue, highlighting that despite not being as renowned as Rashmika Mandanna, he too has faced challenges arising from manipulated content. Recognizing the gravity of the situation, KTR stressed the importance of taking proactive measures to contain the spread of Deep Fake technology, safeguarding the reputations of individuals from all walks of life.
Looking ahead to the upcoming elections in December, KTR unveiled a forward-thinking initiative. In the event of Chief Minister KCR’s re-election, the Telangana government is set to implement a scheme offering low-interest loans to women in the state. This progressive step aims to empower women economically, aligning with the government’s commitment to fostering financial inclusivity and gender equality.