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KCR’s Statehood Deeksha sacred: Nayini

KCR’s Statehood Deeksha sacred: Nayini

To mark the  “Deeksha Divas” that fetched statehood to Telangana followed by hunger strike by TRS Supremo K Chandrasekhar Rao on Nov 29, 2009, the  rank and file of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) today celebrated the occasion, under the auspices of  Telangana Jagruti,  through various programs across the state.

       

At Hyderabad, Home Minister Nayini Narsimha Reddy shook his legs along with the artistes and TRS partymen at a program at the Indira Park. Council Chairman Swamy Goud, Government Advisor KV Ramanachary, MLA Srinivas Goud, Cinema artist Suman, Poet Nandini Sidha Reddy, Lyricist Goreti Venkanna and huge number of partymen and supporters attended the event. The artistes enthralled the audience with their songs and dances. Speaking on the occasion, Narsihma Reddy stated that KCR’s hunger protest was sacred as it made  the Centre to accord statehood to the region. KCR’s dream became reality with the Deeksha Divas which got its prominence in the annals of the new state. Telangana is now a new state and is making rapid strides in every field in the able leadership of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao,  he claimed.

      

Though some political  parties supported Telangana,  some other  parties came in the way and carried out misinformation campaign against the statehood. In spite of that,  KCR continued his struggle  and relented only after the Centre made statehood announcement,  he recalled. ‘We are now focusing on welfare, education, health, law and order and provide the best services to the people’ he said.     

      

Suman said that KCR’s hunger protest reached zenith and the Centre had to accord  statehood. As a result, Andhra Pradesh state is also getting developed, the cine actor said adding that he is going to play a key role in a film on Telangana statehood

        

At Bejjanki in Karimnagar district, Finance Minister E Rajender, MLA Rasamayi Balakishan took part in the deeksha divas and launched a blood donation camp. At Karimnagar, Naradasu Lakhsman, ZP Chairman, E Shankar Reddy, Mahor Ramdhar Singh participated in the event. MLA Vinay Bhaskar attended the same protest at Kaloji Narayana Rao statue in Hanmakonda, and at Nizamabad, the  TRS leaders distributed fruits to the patients in hospitals.

           In Delhi, the TRS MPs conducted the Deeksha Divas at Telangana Bhavan and garlanded photograph of Telangana ideologue Prof Jayashankar. Recalling the struggle, K  Keshava Rao said that KCR was a Messiah of God as he fought for statehood to Telangana in a similar way that Mahatma Gandhi took up Satyagraha. Kavitha, Captain Lakshmikanth Rao, Jithender Reddy, B Narsaiah Goud, D Srinivas, Suman and others spoke. (NSS)