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    Deputy Chief Minister Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka stated that the State emblem, statue, and State song represent the democratic aspirations of the people and reflect the culture and traditions of the State. He emphasized that symbols of feudalism, autocracy, and dictatorship should not be included in the emblem.

    The cabinet sub-committee, led by the Deputy Chief Minister, met for the first time to finalize the emblem, statue, and song. Committee members including Ministers Tummala Nageswara Rao, Komatireddy Venkat Reddy, Seethakka, and Konda Surekha also participated in the meeting. It was suggested that the statue should showcase common women of the State.

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    Plans were made to invite poet Andesri to make modifications to the “Jaya Jaya Hey” song to make it more relevant to modern times. The officials were instructed to select prominent artists and intellectuals to come up with designs for the emblem and statue. Minister Komatireddy Venkatreddy proposed including images like the Nagarjunasagar dam in the emblem.

    Konda Surekha recommended redesigning the state emblem without offending any community and considering the opinions of the majority. The state song should represent all districts, according to Minister Seethakka. It was suggested that the statue should portray Telangana women and their cultural values.

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    Various government officials were present at the meeting, including Secretary (Political) Raghunandan Rao, Secretary Tourism and Culture Sailaja Ramiyyar, Commissioner I&PR Hanumantha Rao, and Director Protocol Arvinder Singh.

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