Shah hoisted the national flag at Secunderabad’s Parade Ground to mark ‘Hyderabad State Liberation Day’, while Telangana CM hoisted it a few kilometers away at the Park to celebrate ‘Telangana National Unity Day’.
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While the home secretary took a blow to those “turning away” from celebrating the day due to the banking politics and the “fear” of the Razakars (Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen), Rao alleges that the Shah came to the state to do “divisive politics” and that “community forces” were trying to divide society and sow hatred.
At his event, Shah said, “Unfortunately, 75 years have passed and the rulers of this place were not able to celebrate Hyderabad Liberation Day due to voting bank politics,” in a statement. evident at the Telangana ruler Rashtra Samithi (TRS). “So many people promised during the elections, agitated that they would celebrate Liberation Day. But when they came to power, out of fear of the Razakars, they turned around,” he added.
“They celebrate, but it’s not Hyderabad Liberation day, they are still scared. I want to tell them to remove the fear in their hearts and Razakars can’t make decisions for this country because the country has won. was independent 75 years ago,” said Shah.
Shah also paid tribute to India’s first Home Minister, Sardar Vallabhai Patelwho ushered in the tricolor after Hyderabad merged with India in 1948.
BJP Is Sowing Hatred: TRS
Meanwhile, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) led by KCR alleged that the celebration of the Shah’s liberation day was in keeping with the BJP’s “divisive politics”.
At the ‘Telangana National Unity Day’ event, CM Rao said that if religious fanaticism grows, it will “destroy the very life of the nation and lead to a deterioration in human relations with each other. “. He added: “They are sowing thorns in social relationships for their own narrow gain. They are sowing hatred among people with cruel comments.
He accused “disruptive forces” of polluting Telangana’s history to fulfill their narrow and selfish political interests. “The insidious efforts of these evil and corrupt forces, who are trying to sever the fabric of the nation, must be thwarted. I warn you again that there is a risk that society will fall into turmoil even if it is forgotten in a flash,” said Telangana CM.
(With input from agencies)