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NRIs eager to rebuild T State post-bifurcation

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Non-Resident Indians find themselves ready to play an active political role in reconstruction of Telangana, post-bifurcation. Telangana Resource Centre conducted its 85th weekly discussion on the topic 'role of NRIs in the reconstruction of Telangana', at Oxford Grammar School, Himayathnagar, on Saturday, where NRIs from United States, United Kingdom and Canada came to voice their future plans.

Hyderabad: Non-Resident Indians find themselves ready to play an active political role in reconstruction of Telangana, post-bifurcation. Telangana Resource Centre conducted its 85th weekly discussion on the topic 'role of NRIs in the reconstruction of Telangana', at Oxford Grammar School, Himayathnagar, on Saturday, where NRIs from United States, United Kingdom and Canada came to voice their future plans.
DP Reddy, President, Telangana Development Forum (TDF-India), Gade Gopal Reddy, Chairman, TDF-USA, Gaddam Purushottam, Former Chairman, TDF-USA, Kuthuru Srinivas, Vice-President, TDF-USA, Guruva Reddy, TDF-UK, Sampath Balamuni, TDF-Canada and Ramana Reddy, NRI, were the speaking panel at the event, which was organised by Ved Kumar, President, Telangana Praja Front.
The speakers explained how they spread Telangana ideology and culture in foreign countries by carrying out several cultural activities and by celebrating Telangana festivals at a grand scale. They explained the role they have played in Telangana movement by giving financial and legal support to the student agitators back home. The NRIs who have permanently moved back to India, have revealed their plans of joining active politics in India, which they feel, is necessary for the development of the new Telangana.
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