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    Hyderabad | City Bureau: The conclusion of the Telangana State Formation Day celebrations was marked with enthusiasm. Remembering the sacrifices made by the martyrs for the development of Telangana state, Chief Minister KCR inaugurated the Amaravirula Smarakam in NTR Gardens on Thursday evening. Subsequently, tributes were paid to the martyrs. To commemorate this occasion, Tank Bunds were decorated with flower arrangements, banners, and artist performances. Approximately 6 artists were awarded and showcased their performances as part of the Amaravirula Smaranotsavam. Later, a rally was organized from the Ambedkar statue to the Smarakam. In this rally, school children dressed as historical figures, ministers Sri Nivas Goud and Talasani Srinivas Yadav participated along with dance performances.

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    As part of this program, the BJP leaders took out a bike rally from various locations in Hyderabad. Ministers, MLAs, MLCs, chairpersons of various corporations, and corporate representatives started massive bike rallies from their respective regions. The main roads in Greater Hyderabad were filled with pink flags and flower decorations, along with the portraits of the martyrs on bikes. Ministers Talasani Srinivas Yadav from Sanathnagar, Maganti Gopinath from Jubilee Hills, Dhanam Nagendar from Khairatabad, Kaleru Venkatesh from Amberpet, Madhavarao Krishna Rao from Kukatpally, Gandhi from Sherilingampally and Nandkishore Vyas from Goshamahal joined the rally with party workers. The MLC poets also joined the rally with the Emlesci poetry series and paid tributes to the martyrs before proceeding on their bikes. The main roads were filled with the slogans of Jai Telangana.

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