Telangana's unity, according to chief minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao, has accelerated the State's success on all fronts and made it a model State for others. Despite the efforts of the anti-progressive forces to hinder it, he claimed that the wheels of progress in telangana remain inexorable.

"Our strength is in our solidarity. Let's cooperate to make Bangaru telangana a reality. On Sunday, september 17, telangana National Integration Day, commemorating the union of the former princely State of hyderabad with the indian Union on september 17, 1948, he addressed the people of telangana after hoisting the national flag at Public Gardens.

According to Chandrashekhar Rao, the values promoted by mahatma gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru's vision for India, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's diplomatic skills, and the tireless efforts of numerous leaders who worked to bring the nation together were all factors in its unification. He emphasized how crucial it is to acknowledge the inspiring work done by national movement leaders.

To commemorate the end of the era of monarchy and the beginning of parliamentary democratic rule in telangana, the chief minister decided it was appropriate to declare this historic occasion "National Integration Day." He thought back on the numerous battles and sacrifices the people of telangana had to make for justice, constitutional protections, and democratic representation throughout history.

He remembered the contributions of numerous leaders, such as Doddi Komuraiah, chakali Ailamma, Kumram Bheem, ravi Narayana Reddy, Shoaibullah Khan, Suravaram Prathap Reddy, Swami Ramananda Thirtha, jamalapuram Keshavrao, Bandi Yadagiri, Suddala Hanumanthu, Kaloji narayana rao and Dasharathi, all who played pivotal roles in shaping Telangana's destiny.

Chandrashekhar Rao emphasized that the telangana government was committed to giving money to people in need while highlighting the development achievements and several welfare packages of his administration. He reaffirmed his unwavering dedication to the growth and welfare of the State. He pointed out that Telangana's integrated and comprehensive development strategy sought to advance all facets of society. He claimed that the fact that other states were copying the telangana government's initiatives was evidence of the model's effectiveness.

The chief minister said Telangana's achievements in the power sector, per capita electricity consumption, per capita income, and the provision of clean drinking water to 100% of households were evidence of the State's progress. He said there was hardly a family in telangana that had not benefited from government schemes, resulting in a decrease in poverty and an increase in per capita income.

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