KCR warns against divisive forces trying to distort history of Integration Day
KCR warned against political schemes to distort Telangana's history, sabotage peace, and pollute its culture, said Telangana CM KCR at Hyderabad's public gardens as part of Telangana Integration Day
HYDERABAD: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao warned against political schemes to distort Telangana's history, sabotage peace, and pollute its culture, said Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao at Hyderabad's public gardens as part of Telangana Integration Day.
While addressing the gathering during Telangana Integration Day on Saturday, Chief Minister KCR said, "Telangana State has emerged as a pioneer in many fields after a prolonged struggle. The September 17 context is a symbol of national integrity.
But these divisive forces are even trying to distort such an occasion by resorting to cheap tactics to fulfill their narrow and vested political interests. These opportunists and swindlers, who had no association with the then historical developments of the day, are out there now to malign the glorious history of Telangana with their petty politics".
"Forces driven by communal frenzy are on the rampage both in the state and the country. They are installing fences of thorns to create a divide between social relations in pursuit of narrow and vested interests. They are stoking the flames of hatred and continuously adding fuel to them with their poisonous rhetoric. This type of schism between peoples cannot be justified.If allowed to persist, this communal cauldron can eat up the very existence of the state and country. "It will destroy human relations and decimate the very lifeline of the nation," he further remarked.
On the occasion of Hyderabad Integration Day, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao extended his warmest greetings to every citizen in the state and honoured the struggle and contributions made by Telangana freedom fighters.
Telangana recently celebrated its Diamond Jubilee of Independence in a way that no other state in the country could match for 15 days, inspiring a sense of national pride in everyone. We have large-scale festivities for Telangana Integration Celebrations Day planned as well, he remarked.
As part of the "Telangana Jathiya Samaikyatha Dinotsavam," Telangana state ministers and government officials hoisted the flag on Saturday at 32 district headquarters. The year-long celebration will eventually end with a three-day state government ceremony from September 16–18, 2023.
Rao paid tributes to Telangana freedom fighters for their service to their nation, including Ravi Narayana Reddy, Swami Ramamanda Teertha, Komuram Bheem, Doddi Komuraiah, Chakali Ailamma, Vattikota Alwar Swamy and Sardar Jamalapuram Keshava Rao who participated in the freedom struggle.