This is how the chief ministers of Andhra Pradesh (united) and now Telangana have spent money on Bungalows .
Telugu CMs like PV Narasimha Rao, K Brahmananda Reddy, Neelam Sanjiva Reddy, K Vijayabhaskar Reddy used government guest houses including Lake View, Greenlands, Manjira guest house, Dilkusha guest house for office purpose.
In 1980 , Chief Minister T Anjaiah, a Dalit from Telangana, added a penthouse on the terrace at his Barkatpua House with 12 lakhs.
Marri Channa Reddy became CM twice in 1978 and 1989. He added one more floor to his house at Tarnaka and also a 10- acre farmhouse was irrigated with municipal water.
In 1983, NTR used his house in Troop Bazar which was renovated. NTR owned a farmhouse at Gandipet on the outskirts of Hyderabad .
In 1995, Chandrababu Naidu used his own house at Jubilee Hills as the official residence until 2004.
In 2004, Congress Chief Minister YS Rajasekhar Reddy built Begumpet camp office at a cost of Rs 10 crores.
YSR’s successor Rosaiah operated from his SR Nagar residence which was upgraded with visitors halls, official chambers and also security outposts.
Kiran Kumar Reddy made several changes, repairs and additions to his personal bungalow at MLA Colony, Jubilee Hills, though he lived in the palatial chief minister’s house in Begumpet.
In 2014 (Telangana) after Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao took over as CM , His new home is as big as a shopping mall with 150 rooms, three halls and a bullet-proof toilet and bedroom, built at a cost of Rs 36 crores.
In AP, Naidu govt has spent Rs 21.3 crores on a new camp office – Lingamaneni guest house in Vijayawada. Another Rs 6.3 crores for reshaping the state irrigation office as his temporary camp office in Vijayawada until his Amaravati office that has being built at a cost of Rs 15 crores.