K Chandrasekhara Rao on Monday decided to observe the death anniversary of Komuram Bheem. Komuram Bheem Birthplace Jodeghat to be Tourist spot in Telangana
He informed that a 200 acres memorial will be established in the name of Bheem and he will lay foundation stone for it on October 8. Reviewing the arrangements for the death anniversary of Bheem, which falls on October 8, the Chief Minister said that the Bheem’s village Jodeghat should be developed into a tourism circuit on the lines of Jim Corbett National Park of Utterakhand.
The meeting was attended by IT minister KT Rama Rao and advisor KV Ramana Chari. He lamented that in the combined Andhra Pradesh people were unable to know the history of Bheem, who fought for water, land and forests due to the negligence of rulers.
“We have a responsibility to make the people know about what the hero has done,” he said. The Chief Minister said that World Tribe Festival and Indian Tribes Conference would be held in the name of Komuarm Bheem. He informed that the Adilabad forest area could be developed as a tourist spot since it reminds a Kashmir with greenery.
He said that projects like Kuntala and Qawwal were already there in the district and much diligence was needed to develop it.
The CM said that Adilabad would be connected with flights and the road connectivity would be improved. He informed that a tribal university would be established at Jodeghat and wanted the officials to prepare documentary with the details of Bheem’s life.