Social media abuzz with KCR birthday day bash programmes
TRS leaders line up impressive array of programmes to mark the event today
Hyderabad: Social media is abuzz with the special songs made on Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and also greetings as the TRS party leaders including Ministers were seen busy in making arrangements for grand celebrations of birthday of the TRS supremo.
The social media is flooded with songs on KCR specially made on the occasion of birthday of KCR, who will be turning 66 on Monday. Minister and the TRS working president KT Rama Rao called upon the party leaders and also officials including District Collectors to take up plantation on a large-scale with a slogan of 'each one plant one'.
A song went viral on social media with lyrics 'Aaru Aaru Aravai Aaru... Atma galla KCRu'. Similarly, there was another song 'Ye palle pillado, aaya kadupu sallaga unda rajyamu techhadu'.
Animal Husbandry Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav has planned for a big celebration of KCR's birthday at Jal Vihar at Necklace Roads on Monday. The celebrations would start at 10 am and the programmes to be taken up include free health camp, which would be inaugurated by Assembly Speaker P Srinivas Reddy, a photo exhibition on the life of CM KCR, which would be inaugurated by Planning Board vice chairman B Vinod Kumar, LED display of various government schemes, which would be inaugurated by Home Minister Md Mahamood Ali.
Apart from this, there would be cultural programmes including Gussadi, Oggu and others. Rajya Sabha member J Santosh would be visiting Balkampet Yellamma temple and offer prayers and later take part in the plantation programme. The Speaker would also take part in the plantation drive on the Assembly premises.
Party leader and Sports Authority chairman A Venkateshwar Rao is taking up programmes like tree plantation, blood donation, T-10 cricket matches, cultural programmes, felicitation of top 80 Telangana sportsmen with cash awards and wheel chairs distribution.
Party leaders organised an art exhibition displaying the rare moments of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, which is capturing the attention of several leaders and people at the Art Gallery at Madhapur.