The Jagadgurus, Chandrasekhara Sivacharya Mahaswami (Kashi), Siddalinga Shivacharya Mahaswamiji (Ujjaini), and Chennasiddha Rama Panditaradhya Sivacharya Mahaswami, who came on the invitation of the chief minister to take part in the State's Formation Day celebrations here on Saturday, said telangana had become a role model for the country in all fields, including agriculture. According to them, the State was thriving, with residents of all walks of life—including farmers—living contentedly and quietly under the Chief Minister's innovative leadership.
The seers pledged their support for the creation of "Naya Bharat" (New India), which aims to achieve the total development of India, and noted the Chief Minister's resolve to assist the welfare of farmers with his motto "Ab ki Baar Kisan Sarkar."
The chief minister thanked the seers for accepting his invitation and praising the State's citizens during his speech. The chief minister expressed alarm about the Center's incapacity to use the country's abundant natural resources, saying things like water and power were not being used to their fullest potential.
He said that throughout India's 75 years as an independent nation, the agricultural sector suffered greatly as a result of the neglect of the country's central authorities. Farmers also struggled as a result of a lack of irrigation systems and power, he said. To establish Naya Bharat, he asked the seers for their assistance and blessing.