Yes, TRS Chief K Chandrasekhar Rao has resigned yet again. This time its not for the cause of T-statehood but for fulfilling his dream of becoming the first chief minister of newly formed Telangana state.
Apparently, KCR contested in 2014 Polls from Gajwel Assembly and Medak Parliament constituencies. He won with a good margin from both the seats apart from getting the magic figure to form the government.
As per EC rules, A candidate who is in fray from two constituencies and got elected from both of the segments will have to resign for one of these seats within 18-odd days.
KCR who was in New Delhi Today to grace the swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi submitted his resignation as Medak MP to Lok Sabha secretary general few hours ago. He will be sworn as chief minister of Telangana at 8.15 am on June 2nd in Raj Bhawan and takes charge from 12.57 pm on the same day.