Many Telangana leaders were ignored in Andhra Pradesh: CM K. Chandrashekar Rao


Hyderabad: On Tuesday Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao conveyed that numerous stalwarts from Telangana not get due gratitude in united Andhra Pradesh and that the Telangana administration is trying to assure that future generations read about.

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Commenting on Tuesday following placing a foundation stone for Reddy’s hostels at Budvel on the occasion of 139th birth anniversary of Raja Bahadur Venkata Rama Reddy, CM further conveyed that the present generation knew about the attainments of Raja Bahadur.

“KPHB Colony was worked by Dharma Reddy, when he was the lodging clergyman in the joined state. Bhagyareddy Varma looked for reservations in neighborhood bodies in the recent Hyderabad even before Dr B.R. Ambedkar had made such a request.

Numerous such commitments made by our pioneers were disregarded,” he said. Mr Rao declared the designation of an extra five sections of land of land, aside from the prior 10 sections of land to Reddy Society for the development of lodgings (young men and young ladies), vocation instructing focus, tradition lobbies, indoor games complex and an agribusiness cultivate.

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