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KCR reviews preparations for TS formation day celebrations

Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao has directed that the 10th Telangana State Formation Day celebrations and the State’s progress for ten years be held in a festive atmosphere. The Chief Minister directed officials to make the necessary preparations for the start of the 21-day celebrations of the State’s formation at the Secretariat on June 2.

KCR directed higher officials to make the necessary arrangements for parking for the invitees as well as a ‘High Tea’ for the guests. The CM also discussed the plans for the 21-day programs planned across the state, including districts and all Assembly Constituencies. He wished to highlight the accomplishments of the State government in all fields, including agriculture, electricity, and welfare, with the participation of the people from the village level to the city during the state formation day celebrations.

The CM discussed preparations and an action plan for Telangana State’s formation day celebrations at a high-level review meeting. “The first decade Telangana formation day celebrations is a great occasion in the history of Telangana state. he said.

Telangana, which was once subjected to a slew of insults and misconceptions, is now emerging in a remarkable way. The state demonstrated progress in every sector, including electricity, agriculture, and irrigation water, and served as a model for the rest of the country. “We want to spend these three weeks with the people of Telangana who are enjoying the fruits of ‘Swarashtra Sadhana”, KCR said. Ministers and officials including I&PR Special Commissioner Ashok Reddy, Joint Director Jagan and others were present.







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