Bussa Krishna, a superfan of Donald Trump wants to meet the US President when he arrives in India next week. Krishna, who hails from Konnay village in Telangana, has now approached the Central government to help him in making his dream come true. Krishna is not just like any Trump follower but is more of his devotee.
As per reports, Krishna has built a 6-feet statue of Trump outside his office in his village and offer prayers to him. Krishna keeps fast on every Friday for President Trump's long life. He also carries a photograph of Trump and prays to him before commencing his work.
According to Krishna, Trump is like a God for him which is why he has built a statue of him. It took close to a month and 15 labourers to build Trump's statue.
Villagers refer Krishna as 'Trump Krishna', calls his home as 'Trump House'
Seeing his devotion towards Trump, villagers have started calling him as 'Trump Krishna' while his home is called 'Trump House'. Bussa's friend said villagers never objected to his devotion towards Trump but rather appreciated it.
Konnay village head Venkat Goud speaking on Bussa's affection towards US President Trump too supported Krishna and urged the government to help him meeting President Trump.
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