Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today got registered online his properties including his houses and lands in Erravalli village of Markuk mandal, as part of the ongoing state-level initiative.
According to reports, the CM offered details of his assets just like a common man, to the village secretary Sidheshwar who registered them online.
The Chief Minister also showed the related documents to enable the registration.
KCR has appealed to the people of the state to register the details of their houses and lands online before October 15, and the state is currently in the throes of the process. It is likely that the date may be extended if the process does not get completed.
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