A video of KCR, who has been confined to bed for many days, with the help of a hand stick, while a doctor is giving advice, is doing the rounds on social media.
KCR Health Update: KCR, who was admitted to Yashoda Hospital last month with hip fracture, underwent surgery. After that, he was treated in the hospital there for a few days. After that he was discharged as per the instructions of the doctors. KCR went to his home in Nandi Hills, Hyderabad. They are resting there as per the doctor's advice. Skilled physiotherapists are doing physiotherapy on him and he is recovering gradually. Recently, when AP Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy came to visit, KCR was sleeping in bed. A few days later, when the former governor of Andhra Pradesh Narasimhan and his couple came to visit, KCR was seen sitting on a chair. Based on those scenes, many thought that KCR had recovered. But to strengthen them, Bharat Rashtra Samithi leaders posted a video about KCR on social media.
A video of KCR, who has been confined to bed for many days, with the help of a hand stick, while a doctor is giving advice, is doing the rounds on social media. Leaders of Bharat Rashtra Samithi posted this video on their social media. In the video, KCR was seen walking with the help of a stick as per the doctor's advice. It means that according to this, the leadership has sent signals to the party ranks that KCR is recovering. Referring to the video of him running, Bharat Rashtra Samiti leaders used the words fighter, resilient and strong. KCR's ash tag was also attached to them.
Recently, KCR called Babu Reddy, a fertilizer trader from the area around his farm house. He said that he wants to come to the farm house in ten days and this time we will cultivate papaya crop. Fertilizers and seeds should be kept ready. Bapureddy was asked what kind of seeds are currently available.. Bapureddy also explained that seeds and fertilizers are ready as per KCR's request. Meanwhile, the video of KCR running with the help of a stick has become a topic of discussion on social media.