TRS party observes Hyderabad Liberation Day; Home Minister Amit Shah expresses his greetings

K Chandrashekhar Rao-led Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) party observed the Hyderabad Liberation Day on Tuesday at its party headquarters. The occasion was marked to celebrate the merger of Hyderabad with Indian union on 17 September 1948. The day is marked to celebrate the liberation of Hyderabad from the tyrannical rule of Nizam.

The involvement of the TRS party was seen as a new development as it had avoided associating with the celebration of the merger in any kind. Over the years, the party had consciously stayed away from such events.

On the eve, Union Home Minister Amit Shah also greeted the people of Hyderabad. The leader posted a tweeted message through his official account to express his wishes.

The BJP unit of Telangana has urged the Telangana Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan to direct the government to celebrate the day. Saffron party has also alleged that the TRS party initially supported the demand to celebrate the merger of Hyderabad back in the days of Telangana formation. However, after coming to power, the TRS government stepped back from its commitment owing to the objection from its friendly parties.

To mark the occasion in a grand manner, TRS working president and state minister KT Rama Rao unfolded the national flag at TRS Bhavan. Other ministers from the state such as Ministers Srinivas Goud, Malla Reddy, MLCs Narsimha Reddy, and P Rajeshwar Reddy were also present in the celebration.

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