Telangana Minister Satyavathi Rathod gets KCR’s name tattooed on her arm

Telangana Minister Satyavathi Rathod showed her admiration for KCR by getting his name tattooed on her arm


HYDERABAD: Telangana Tribal Welfare Minister Satyavati Rathod on Saturday showcased her deep admiration for the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) president and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) by getting the latter's name tattooed on her arm alongside tribal warrior Komuram Bheem in a gesture of appreciation to KCR for extending support to tribal welfare.

As part of the decennial celebrations of Telangana State formation day, Satyavati Rathod attended the Tribal Culture Festival at Banjara Bhavan in Banjara Hills where the rich cultural heritage of the tribal communities were showcased. The minister, who had received a warm welcome from the organisers, visited the photo exhibition stalls.

While visiting the stalls, Rathore came across the tattoo stall and expressed her interest to get KCR's name engraved on her arm permanently and went through the difficult process despite the managers cautioning her that the tattooing process would be painful.

The tribal welfare minister was also surprised on knowing that the girl, who crafted the tattoo was Rambai, the daughter-in-law of Vedma Ramu, a close confidant of Komuram Bheem, and extended cash incentive to her. Advocating that the tribal culture and tradition should be safeguarded, the minister expressed satisfaction over the way the Chief Minister was taking steps for tribal welfare by implementing various schemes.

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