The rich cultural heritage of Kakatiya dynasty revelled on the eve of the Independence Day celebrations in Warangal fort as the Deputy Chief minister T Rajaiah unfurled the flag at the Kush Mahal area of Fort Warangal on Friday.
The Deputy CM distributed patta certificates to the Dalit women as part of the State’s new land distribution scheme in the district. Eight Dalit women from different mandals of the district were offered certificates while the minister affirmed that the scheme would be implemented comprehensively in the coming days.
Addressing the meeting after unfurling the national flag the minister detailed various new concepts and schemes undertaken by the government of Telangana and exhorted the people of the district to utilise the welfare schemes in a more systematic manner as the government was keen on uplifting the downtrodden in the State.
The minister spoke in length about various programmes undertaken by the new government and asserted that the TRS government was taking utmost care in reaching the public with its schemes. He called upon the public of the district to make use of the mega survey of August 19 specifically and added that the survey was aimed at reaching the needy in the remotest areas of the district.
The minister felicitated octogenarian freedom fighter and Telangana leader Bhupathi Krishnamurthi on the eve of the I Day celebrations and added that the new government was carrying the baton of rich cultural heritage of Telangana with utmost concern. Rajaiah reiterated that the cultural and historical grandeur of Telangana region rulers of previous years would be taken into consideration while reconstructing Telangana State.
Merit certificates were conferred on the officials and social organisations in the district on the eve of the Independence Day celebrations. District Collector G Kishan, public representatives and two SPs Kalidas and Venkateshwar Rao were present on the occasion