Under the visionary leadership of chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, the warangal district, recognised for its crucial role in the history of the telangana struggle, has evolved into a bright light of progress, according to Legislative Council Deputy Chairman Banda Prakash. friday was telangana formation day, and after raising the national flag here, the speaker said, "Over the past eight years, the BRS government has channelled substantial investments into various sectors, including agriculture, education, health, and infrastructure, to uplift the district and enhance the quality of life for its residents." P Pravinya, the district collector, and others were present.

Errabelli Dayakar Rao, the minister for panchayat raj and rural development, took part in the celebrations of Jangaon's creation day. He spoke to the crowd and raised the national flag as part of the occasion. He emphasised the successful execution of numerous welfare and development projects, saying that during the BRS administration, a number of development programmes and schemes have aided in boosting the general development and well-being of this underdeveloped region. He also opened the booths set up inside the IDOC grounds by the handloom textile department and Vijaya Dairy. There was also district Collector Ch Shivalingaiah.

Minister SatyavathI Rathod raised the flag during the ceremonies of the creation day in Mahabubabad. "The ambitions of the people of telangana were met, and the state of telangana was founded, after many years of sacrifice and struggle. We are all living in historic times now. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to our honourable chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao for his visionary leadership and tireless efforts in achieving this goal," she said, noting that the state had made significant advancements in infrastructure, agriculture, irrigation, education, health, and other fields. Representatives of the general public and district Collector K Shashanka attended the event.

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