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‘Communal forces trying to create hatred’: Telangana CM KCR indirectly slams BJP on ‘Telangana Integration Day’ | India News

‘Communal forces attempting to create hatred’: Telangana CM KCR not directly slams BJP on ‘Telangana Integration Day’ | Information

Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister Ok. Chandrasekhar Rao on Saturday alleged that communal forces who had no position within the integration of Hyderabad State into the Indian Union try to divide Telangana society by spreading hatred. With out naming the BJP, he stated the disruptive parts have been attempting to distort Telangana`s historical past by giving it a communal color for his or her slender political pursuits.

The Chief Minister was addressing the `Telangana Nationwide Integration Day` celebrations organised to mark the accession of erstwhile Hyderabad State with the Indian Union. He stated sure divisive forces who had nothing to do with historical past and developments of the previous try to pollute the intense historical past of Telangana and derail its growth with petty politics.

KCR, because the Chief Minister is popularly recognized, hoisted the tricolour and addressed the gathering at Public Gardens a few hours after Union Dwelling Minister Amit Shah unfurled the nationwide flag and reviewed a parade within the metropolis at an occasion organised by the Union Tradition Ministry.

Whereas the Union authorities organised official celebrations as `Hyderabad Liberation Day`, the Telangana authorities celebrated the event as `Telangana Nationwide Integration Day`.

Union Tradition Minister G. Kishan Reddy had invited the Chief Ministers of Telangana, Karnataka, and Maharashtra for the celebrations. Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde attended the celebrations whereas Karnataka was represented by its Transport Minister B. Sriramulu. KCR, nonetheless, stayed away and nobody current from the state authorities.

Hyderabad State, which comprised Telangana and components of Maharashtra and Karnataka, acceded to the Indian Union on September 17, 1948, following India`s navy operation codenamed `Operation Polo`.

KCR voiced concern over the makes an attempt to spew venom and create a communal divide within the nation and within the peaceable and progressive state of Telangana. He stated that if non secular fanaticism grows, it should destroy the very lifetime of the nation and consequence within the deterioration of human relationships.

“For his or her slender pursuits, they plant thorns in societal relations. They’re spreading hatred amongst individuals with their venomous feedback. This sort of division between individuals is on no account justified,” he stated.

KCR cautioned individuals in opposition to the designs of the communal and divisive forces. He stated the individuals of Telangana ought to stay alert and foil the designs of those that need to create hatred.

Stressing the necessity for individuals to stay cautious, he stated that Telangana itself is an instance to grasp how issues would take a nasty flip if the individuals are unmindful. “Telangana has lived a cursed life for 58 years on account of a mistake that occurred prior to now,” he stated in an apparent reference to the merger of Telangana with then Andhra State to kind Andhra Pradesh. He stated that folks needed to sacrifice lives and languish in jails to attain a separate state.

Stating that Telangana made all-round progress over the last eight years, KCR stated some forces have been attempting to vitiate the peaceable surroundings in Telangana and create unrest within the state which is marching forward on the trail of progress and prosperity. KCR, who earlier paid tributes at Telangana Martyrs` Memorial, recalled the sacrifices made by freedom fighters of Telangana. He stated individuals unitedly fought in opposition to autocratic rule to usher in democracy.

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