New Delhi: Ahead of Donald Trump’s maiden state visit to India, commencing next week, a ‘superfan’ of the US President from Telangana has requested the Centre to fulfil his wish to meet his idol. Also Read - No Major Indo-US Trade Deal Likely: I Like Modi a Lot But India Doesn't Treat us Well, Says Trump Ahead of His Visit

Notably, the US President, accompanied by First Lady Melania Trump will be on a state visit to India from February 24-25. Besides New Delhi, he will visit Ahmedabad and Agra. Also Read - 'Nothing to do With Trump’s Visit,' Officials on Eviction Notices to Slum; Residents Question Timing

Bussa Krishna, who is from Telangana’s Jangaon and became a fan of Trump since he appeared in his dream four years ago, is a real estate broker by profession and has even installed a six-feet statue of the US President near his house where he offers prayers daily. Also Read - 'Vacate Slum Within 7 Days', 45 Families in Gujarat Served Eviction Notices Ahead of President Trump's Visit

Speaking to news agency ANI, the Trump ‘superfan’ said, ” I want India-America relations to remain strong. Every Friday I fast for his long life. I also carry his picture and pray to him before commencing any work. I wish to meet him, I request the government to make my dream come true.”

Bussa Krishna added that he had told his family members, who object to his devotion to Trump, that just like they worship Lord Shiva, he believes in and worships Trump.

“It took almost a month and 15 labourers to build this statue,” he further said.

The villagers, too, have affectionately started calling him ‘Trump Krishna’ due to his ‘devotion’ of the US President. His house has been given the name of ‘Trump House.’