Kishan Reddy Pay Tribute To Sardar Vallabhai Patel

Hyderabad, Oct.31 (Maxim News): Union minister of state for home affairs G. Kishan Reddy paid the floral tributes to First Deputy Prime Minister of India Sardar Vallabhai Patel.

Speaking on the occasion, he said that they were holding the Ekta Diwas across the country to mark the birth anniversary of Sardar Patel. He said that Sardar had merged all princely states created by the British rulers into the Indian dominion. He recalled that some heads of the princely states had wanted to join rival Pakistan. He also said that the Nizam ruler had even made an application to the UN urging it to Confer separate country status on his Hyderabad state. He said that the Nizam ruler had attacked the people of the state with the help of Razakars and created a blood bath in the state. He said that Sardar Patel announced police action to defeat the nizam ruler and forced to concede defeat after one year.

Kishan Reddy alleged that the ruling TRS party had ignored the services of Sardar to the state . He alleged that the TRS party leaders were working under the control of MIM party. He demanded the state government to hold the Patel birth anniversary and telangana liberation day in an official manner in all government offices and schools of the state.

State BJP president Bandi Sanjay said that the Ekta diwas was meant to ensure that all people of the state marched ahead in a united manner. Recalling the services of Patel, he said that the freedom fighter had sacrificed his life for the country. He said that the state government was not considering their request to hold the September 17 as the Telangana Liberation Day in an official manner.

He said that there was a need to tell about the life of Patel to the people of the state and added that the CM of the state KCR should also pay his tributes to Patel. He said that all the BJP leaders would go ahead and work hard for building undivided attention India in the country. (Maxim News)

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