CM KCR keeps away from Hyderabad Liberation Day events arranged by Union govt
Hyderabad: The State Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao on Saturday avoided Hyderabad Liberation Day events arranged by Union Culture Ministry right here to mark erstwhile Hyderabad State’s inauguration to the Indian Union.
With Telangana government commemorating September 17 as Telangana National Unity Day, the Chief Minister missed the occasion arranged by Government of India, where Union Home Minister Amit Shah raised the nationwide flag as well as examined a vibrant ceremony by the Central paramilitary pressures.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde as well as Karnataka’s Transport Minister B Sriramulu went to the occasion which saw efficiencies by 1,200 musicians from the 3 states.
Erstwhile Hyderabad State, which was topped Telangana as well as components of Maharashtra as well as Karnataka, acceded to the Indian Union on September 17, 1948, complying with India’s armed forces procedure.
For the very first time, Government of India arranged main events to note the celebration. Union Minister for Tourism as well as Culture G Kishan Reddy had actually welcomed Chief Ministers of all the 3 states for the occasion.
Telangana government has actually likewise revealed year- lengthy events to note 75 years of Hyderabad State’s inauguration.
Kishan Reddy stated that BJP had actually been defending the last 25 years for main events of the day. The Union Minister stated this was the celebration individuals had actually been waiting on 74 years.
He stated that 74 years after India’s initially Home Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel raised the nationwide flag on the dirt of Hyderabad after beating Nizam’s Army, Home Minister Amit Shah spread out the tricolour right here.
He declared that the choice of the Telangana government to arrange the events is a success for individuals.
“It doesn’t matter what you call it but it is a matter of happiness that the national flag is being hoisted across the state,” he stated.
Without calling MIM, Kishan Reddy stated that also the event which acquired the tradition of ‘Razakars’ was compelled to commemorate the day by lifting the tricolour.