KCR says that the Telangana government is vexing to ensure that future peers read about stalwarts from the state.
HYDERABAD: Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao on Tuesday stated that many leaders from Telangana did not get owed recognition in joint Andhra Pradesh and that the Telangana government is vexing to ensure that future cohorts read about them.
Talking in a public gathering after laying a foundation stone for Reddy’s hostels at Budvel on this Tuesday evening on the instance of 139th birthday of Raja Bahadur Venkata Rama Reddy, Mr Rao stated the present cohort knew about the accomplishments of Raja Bahadur only as Suravaram Pratap Reddy wrote a book on him in the year 1939.
“KPHB Colony was constructed by Dharma Reddy, when he was the housing minister in the united state. Bhagyareddy Varma sought after reservations in local forms in the former Hyderabad even before Dr B.R. Ambedkar had made such a plea. Numerous such contributions made by our frontrunners were unnoticed,” he rued.
KCR had announced that the allotment of an extra five acres of land, separately from the previous 10 acres to Reddy Society for the building of hostels (boys and girls), convention halls, career coaching centre, indoor sports complex and an agriculture farmhouse.