TRS MP from Nizamabad and daughter of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao had returned to Hyderabad from London on Friday. Soon after her returns, she spoke on the ongoing issue of her alleged dual registration for household survey. She said, “Everyone knows why the CM conducted the survey. People living in faraway places came to the state to register themselves. Responsible public representatives like us will register at only one place”.
The issue was raised by TDP leader Revanth Reddy in the Assembly who claimed that Kavitha was registered at her Hyderabad residence and also at her in-laws house in Nizamabad.
Kavitha went to London following an invitation by London Kings College to attend an academic programme. She also attended several functions in London, and also held a meeting with the Kashmiri Pundits there.