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Rajnath Singh Addresses Public Meeting in Huzurabad, Telangana, Emphasizing the State’s Significance

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Huzurabad, Telangana – In a powerful address at a public meeting in Huzurabad, Telangana, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh underscored the historical and cultural significance of the region, stating, “Telangana’s soil is one of determination and valor, where ancient traditions harmoniously coexist with modernity. This land’s artistry, craftsmanship, and skills are not just renowned in India but are celebrated globally.”

Minister Rajnath Singh further praised the rich cultural tapestry of Telangana, acknowledging that it is not only the land of Lord Narasimha but also the abode of Goddess Bhadrakali. He highlighted the presence of the iconic Ramappa Temple and the Kakatiya Toranam, exemplifying the state’s deep-rooted heritage.

Recalling the exceptional valor of Rani Rudrama Devi and Kumaram Bheem, Minister Rajnath Singh expressed the enduring respect for their bravery and heroism, which is celebrated even today.

Speaking on the Bharatiya Janata Party’s historical significance in Telangana, he said, “For the BJP, Telangana holds a special historical importance. It was here that during the 1984 Lok Sabha elections, out of the two seats we won, one was in Gujarat, and the other was right here in Telangana in Hanmakonda, where Janga Reddy Garu secured victory.”

Drawing a parallel with the transformation of Gujarat, he emphasized the need for development in Telangana, particularly outside of Hyderabad. Minister Rajnath Singh recognized the struggles and aspirations of the people in shaping the demand for a separate Telangana state, eventually achieved in 2014. He mentioned that, while Congress takes credit for Telangana’s formation, several issues related to Andhra Pradesh’s division remain unresolved, causing ongoing challenges.

Minister Rajnath Singh concluded with a vision for digital land records across India, aiming to resolve land disputes and empower individuals to have clear ownership of their land by March 31, 2024. This initiative aims to bring transparency and efficiency to land ownership matters throughout the country.

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