Ahead of American President, Donald Trump’s state visit to India next week, an Indian man identified as Bussa Krishna has begged authorities to let his dream come true by meeting with the US president as he has built a life-size statue of Trump as a shrine in his garden which he offers daily prayers to.
The 37-year-old man who says Trump is his “god,” began worshiping the president 4 years ago claiming that Trump ‘came to him in a dream’
Krishna says after the dream, he employed fifteen laborers to work with him for one month to make the six-foot statue of president Donald Trump in his village in the southern state of Telangana, India.
“Instead of praying to other gods, I started praying to him,” Bussa Krishna told New Delhi TV (NDTV), showing the statue of Trump in a red tie and blue suit , and calling him “my god, Donald Trump.
My love for him has transformed into reverence.” ”That has given me immense happiness. Hence instead of praying to other gods, I started praying to him,”
“I am facing difficulties because of my relatives,” Krishna said. “They tell me that I am disgracing them in society. I told them that just like you believe and worship Shiva, I believe and worship Trump. Neither of us can stop the other from doing so.
He is like a god to me, that is the reason I had his statue built.
Every Friday I fast for Trump’s long life. I also carry his picture and pray to him before commencing any work,” “Trump sir, you are my god,” “Welcome to India. I am so happy.”
Krishna, who lives alone, is known locally as Trump Krishna, and his house has been dubbed Trump House.
See more photos and watch a video of him below.
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