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Hyderabad: Posters aimed at Amit Shah appear at city’s busy spots

Hyderabad’s busy spots once again feature posters aimed at Union home minister Amit Shah. On one of the posters, it says: ‘Mr. Putin welcome to India, I will teach you how to encroach states without a war’.

The TRS’s social media convenor, Y Satish Reddy, shared the poster on Twitter, writing, “Mota bhai teaches #Putin a secret lesson!”

There was a poster targeting Amit Shah in Hyderabad earlier too when he visited Telangana. The ‘TadipaarKaunHai’ poster appeared in Hyderabad last month, ahead of his arrival in the state.

With the BJP celebrating ‘Telangana Liberation Day’ on a mass scale this year, many experts see it as the party’s attempt to try and gain substantial political mileage prior to the state’s upcoming elections. It has also been announced that the Telangana government will celebrate ‘National Integration Day’ on September 17.

After ‘Operation Polo’, also known as ‘Police Action’, the erstwhile Hyderabad state was formally annexed to India on September 17, 1948.

There were other princely states in 1947, however, besides Hyderabad. There were 552 princely states in the country at the time of independence.

A total of 549 of them agreed to join the Indian union. Hyderabad, Kashmir, and Junagadh, however, did not.

After an uprising in the western districts and attacks from the Northwest Frontier Province, Hari Singh decided to join the Indian Union.

The erstwhile princely state of Junagadh in Gujarat wanted to join the Pakistan union, but the Indian government sent the military into it and annexed it.

When it came to the erstwhile Hyderabad State, which consisted of the current Telangana state, some districts of Karnataka and Maharashtra became part of the Indian union after Mir Osman Ali Khan, the seventh Nizam signed an instrument of accession.



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