When you admire someone deeply from your heart, you are bound to follow the footprints. Everyone lives under the same sky but not all have the same interests and opinions. If people find interesting in one’s personality, they become huge followers. All they dream of is meeting their idols to get autographs, click selfies to rejoice the moment.
Donald Trump Bhakt hogged the limelight when he took his inspiration to another level in intensity.
Bussa Krishna who is a farmer in Telangana popularly known ‘Trump bhakt’ in India installed a 6-foot statue of Trump on the latter’s birthday on June 14.
To show his love and admiration for his idol, Telangana farmer also did a puja of the statue with milk. He shot into prominence as a ‘Trump fan’ when pictures of him offering prayers to the photo of Donald Trump spread like wildfire on social media.
He is a local resident of Konne village in Jangaon district of Telangana. Being a cray Trump Bhakt, it is no wonder he installed a photograph of Trump in his puja room. The farmer also claimed that he worships Trump’s photograph daily along with other Hindu gods and goddesses.
In morning ritual, he applies teeka to the US President’s photo and then offers turmeric, flowers and performs aarti of the photo, the Hindustan Times reported. The Telangana farmer told HT that he made up his mind to pray to Trump after a Telangana software engineer by the name of Srinivas Kuchibhotla, was killed by a US Navy veteran at a bar in Kansas in a hate crime in February 2017.
“I was very much pained at the incident. I thought the only way the US President and his people could understand the greatness of Indians is to display our love and affection towards them. That is why I started worshipping Trump with a hope that the prayers would reach him one day,” Krishna had told the daily.
Ignoring all the allegations that he is praying Trump only for publicity, he added that he prayed to the US President in order to improve the US-India relations. Talking about his Trump statue, Krishna told news agency ANI, “I will offer prayers to the statue every day.”