TRS president and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao's over-confidence has become a worrying factor for TRS leaders and cadre, especially after TRS swept recent Assembly polls with a thumping majority.
KCR in his second term has become so arrogant and over confident that he ignored to form his cabinet even a month after Assembly results were announced.
He is running a one-man cabinet for the past one month making mockery of state government, state administration and democracy.
While Prime Minister Narendra Modi is hitting 'sixers' to win Lok Sabha polls by bringing an Act overnight to give 10 per cent reservations in jobs and education to Economically Backward Classes, and lined up few more 'sixers' to woo voters, KCR on the other hand is resting in Pragathi Bhavan and his farm house after winning Assembly polls.
TRS leaders and cadres are worried that they came to power by giving innumerable promises like crop loan waiver, doubling of Aasara pensions, new PRC to employees etc, enhancement of retirement age for employees, Rs 3,000 per month unemployment allowance to students, which were not addressed by KCR till date.
No serious effort was made by KCR till date to fulfill his poll promises and TRS leaders and cadre say they are facing the wrath of voters in their respective constituencies, who are questioning them on ignoring poll promises.
While barely less than 100 days are left for Lok Sabha polls, TRS Lok Sabha sitting MPs and aspirants are worried that KCR's over-confidence and arrogance may backfire and angry voters may show door to TRS candidates in Lok Sabha polls.