TRS man celebrates KCR's entry into national politics with sand art
TRS youth leader came up with sand art to celebrate KCR's decision to enter national politics
HYDERABAD: Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) youth leader Aravind Alishetty came up with sand art to celebrate Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao's decision to enter national politics. He had chosen a unique, creative and innovative way to express his fondness and welcome the new national party.
The sand art was created on the Puri Beach in Orissa by renowned sand artist Manas Sahoo. The picture of KCR on an Indian map was designed on the sand, with the slogans 'Welcome to national politics KCR' and 'Desh ki Netha Kisan ki Bharosa-KCR'.
The TRS youth leader, speaking on the occasion said, "In the history of 75 years of Independence, there was no alternative party other than the Congress and the BJP in the national politics. With the spirit of the Telangana statehood movement, as a leader who brought Telangana on the Indian map, KCR is again making a move towards 'Naya Bharat' posing an alternative to the Congress and the BJP parties' tyranny. This is his movement to make India a new and dynamic country."