On January 4, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy is scheduled to visit Hyderabad. His visit holds significance as he plans to meet Telangana’s former CM, K. Chandrashekar Rao (KCR), who recently underwent a hip replacement surgery following an unfortunate slip in Erravelli on December 7.
KCR suffered a fractured hip bone due to the accident and was promptly taken to Yashoda Hospital in Somajiguda. The subsequent hip replacement surgery was successfully conducted on December 8. After a week-long stay, he was discharged on December 15. To facilitate continuous medical attention, KCR has been recuperating at his residence in Banjara Hills Nandinagar. The recovery process is expected to span another 3 to 4 weeks, necessitating regular medical check-ups and physiotherapy sessions.
While KCR’s health continues to be a focal point, political figures have been actively expressing their solidarity. Notably, CM Revanth Reddy, several ministers, and former AP CM Chandrababu Naidu have already visited KCR at his residence. Jaganmohan Reddy’s upcoming visit underscores the cross-party goodwill, emphasizing the importance of camaraderie and mutual respect among leaders despite political differences.
In summary, KCR’s health condition has not only been a matter of concern for his supporters but also a unifying factor among political leaders, transcending party lines. The forthcoming visit by AP CM Jaganmohan Reddy exemplifies the ethos of solidarity and statesmanship in the political arena of Hyderabad.