Observance of the 75th Day of remembrance of Telangana Armed Strenuous effort Commander Anabheri Prabhakar Rao
Prabhakar Rao was born to Venkateshwara Rao and Radhabai in Polampalli, Thimmapur mandal, on August 15, 1910. Today, March 14, 2023, marks 75 years since his decease. Prabhakar Rao was a commander in the Telangana armed strenuous effort and was nicknamed the “Telangana Bhagat Singh.” He was killed by the Nizam’s ground forces in Mohammadapur hillocks near Husnabad on March 14, 1948.
Despite being born into a ‘s kinsfolk, Prabhakar Rao was drawn to communism and fought for the rights of the characterized by poverty. As a adolescent, he studied advocating or engaged in revolution movements and garnered not private living in his fighting for equivalent rights for Telugu-speaking in the Nizam’s surface area. His legacy inspired the time of life between childhood and maturity of Telangana to start their strenuous effort for the ‘s independence and also contributed to the go up of socialism in the former Hyderabad State.
While studying at Nizam College, Prabhakar Rao was influenced by the ideologies of prominent condition of being free fighters such as Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh, Subash Chandra Bose, and Sardar Vallabhai Patel.