Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav celebrations rev up national spirit

“Freedom of the country is a result of the sacrifices of many great people,” said Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav


HYDERABAD: "Freedom of the country is a result of the sacrifices of many great people," said Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav as part of the 75 years of Independence. Celebrations. The Minister participated in a 2k run, along with Home Minister Mahmood Ali, Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar, MLA Danam Nagender and Commissioner of Police CV Anand under the command of the Police Department at Command control Centre.

The 2k Freedom Run started at Asif Nagar, and passed through Deccan Park and Golconda Fort. Many locals, Deccan Park walkers, youth and children participated and joined enthusiastically in the Freedom run, as a tribute to the freedom fighters.

Meanwhile, as part of India's independence diamond celebrations, State Tribal, Women and Child Welfare Minister Satyavati Rathore also flagged off a 2K Freedom Run and a huge rally with a 75-metre national flag was organized by the police department at the NTR Stadium in Mahabubabad district center. Students, police, district officials, public representatives and local people participated passionately in the freedom run. Along with Minister Satyavati Rathore, MP Maloth Kavitha, ZP Chairperson Angot Bindu, Municipal Chairman Dr. Palvai Rammohan Reddy, Vice Chairman Farid, District Collector Shashanka, SP Sarath Chandra Pawar, Additional SP Yogesh Gautam, DSP Sadayya and district officials and local representatives were present in the program.

Another 2km of Freedom run was organized on 11th August from Saroornagar stadium to L B Nagar ring road. 3,000 students, citizens, police and officers participated. Minister Sabita Indra Reddy has flagged off the run. MLA Sudheer Reddy, MLA Jaipal Yadav, MLCs Mallesham and Dayanand, CP of Rachakonda Mahesh Bhagwat, Collector Rangareddy Amoy Kumar, DPS school MD Komaraiah and others participated in this program organized by Rachakonda police to celebrate Vajrostavalu.

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