Anger over 'feudal palace' Indian politician

Anger over 'feudal palace' Indian politician

World November 25, 2016 14:30

hyderabad - An Indian state driver indignation aroused by building a colossal palace for himself. The neoclassical-looking building covers about ten thousand square meters in the city of Hyderabad. It has a hall where five hundred people fit, bullet-proof windows and bathrooms and is completely 'vastu'.

The latter is, in line with Hindu ideas on architecture and interior design, similar to the Chinese Feng Shui. Under the guidance of a guru, the new building was inaugurated, the BBC reported Friday.

The 'feudal palace' as a political commentator called it, took converted nearly 7 million and built specifically for Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao. The politician, abbreviated KCR and despite his spending a popular driver is premier of the state of Telangana. It is not just private use of the building, but has also his office.

In the nineteenth century government buildings down town KCR rather not come. He'd rather demolish because of their lousy vastu.

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