CM KCR Recalls Jayashankar’s Services
Hyderabad, July 21 (Maxim News): Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao today described Prof K Jayashankar as an ideologue who toiled for life to spread the philosophy of Telangana state in the separate statehood movement and an intellectual who always dreamed about the self-governance in Telangana. The CM recalled the great services rendered by Prof Jayashankar on his death anniversary.
In a statement, The CM said that the Telangana state government is implementing the aspirations of Prof Jayashankar and in tune with his thoughts, in Telangana state, the marginalized classes have become self-reliant. He said the Telangana State is paying a befitting tribute to Prof Jayashankar by rectifying each sector and staying in competition with other states in the country in development and achieving development in all the sectors.
Telangana society would never forget Professor Jayashankar who tirelessly worked for the propagation of concept and idea of Telangana, CM said.
The Chief Minister has also recalled the yeoman services rendered by Jayashankar the occasion of the latter’s birthday.
KCR said that the government would take measures so that the future generations would remember the great contribution and services made by the departed Telangana protagonist.
CM also recalls Guda Anjaiah’s services
The Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao also recalled the services of famous writer Guda Anjaiah . He said that Gooda Anjaiah’s song became an address for the living philosophy and cultural consciousness of the marginalised classes. The CM recalled the services rendered by Guda Anjaiah for the separate statehood movement through his songs on his death anniversary.
The CM said the aspirations of Gooda Anajaih that the SC, ST, BC and Minorities should live with dignity, economic and social respect; the Telangana government has made it a reality. He said through implementing several welfare and development schemes and programmes for the development of the marginalized classes, a tribute is paid to Guda Anjaiah by the state government. (Maxim News)