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Telangana Liberation Day celebrated

Telangana Liberation  Day celebrated
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Political parties and social organizations celebrated the Telangana Liberation Day on Tuesday, by hoisting national flag and their respective flags and also holding meetings and rallies across the region. Unfurling the tricolor and party flags at Telangana Bhavan, TRS leader senior leader Naini Narsimha Reddy used the occasion to charge that the region was completely neglected after its merger with Seemandhra. Senior leaders Jupally Krishna Rao, B Vinod Kumar and a large number of activists took part in the programme.

Hyderabad: Political parties and social organizations celebrated the Telangana Liberation Day on Tuesday, by hoisting national flag and their respective flags and also holding meetings and rallies across the region. Unfurling the tricolor and party flags at Telangana Bhavan, TRS leader senior leader Naini Narsimha Reddy used the occasion to charge that the region was completely neglected after its merger with Seemandhra. Senior leaders Jupally Krishna Rao, B Vinod Kumar and a large number of activists took part in the programme. Naini said Telangana region prospered under the Nizam’s rule. The city also witnessed a lot of development during their period.

State BJP president G Kishan Reddy said during the celebrations that the BJP would strive for the official status on the Telangana Liberation Day after the formation of separate state. He hoisted the national flag near Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel statue in front of the Assembly.

Congress party had not yielded to the demand of Telangana people to celebrate September 17 officially only due to its vote-bank politics and alliance with MIM, he alleged. TJAC chairman Prof Kodandaram hoisted the national flag at the T JAC office at New MLA Quarters.
He said the day holds historical significance for the Hyderabad city, and pointed out that the aspirations of Telangana people would be fulfilled only after a separate state is formed. He informed that Nizam College Grounds would host the ‘Sakala Jana Bheri’ on September 29. He urged the public to raise ‘Jai Telangana’ slogans along with those of ‘Jai Ganesh’ during the Ganesh Nimajjanam on Wednesday.
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