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Modi govt to hold year-long commemoration from 17 Sep to mark 75 yrs of Hyderabad’s liberation

Culture Minister G Kishan Reddy has invited chief ministers of Telangana, Karnataka & Maharashtra for the inaugural programme, where Home Minister Shah will be the chief guest.

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New Delhi: The Central government will hold a year-long commemoration to mark 75 years of ‘Hyderabad State Liberation’, with Home Minister Amit Shah as chief guest at the inaugural event on 17 September, Union Culture Minister G Kishan Reddy said on Saturday.

Reddy has written letters to the chief ministers of Telengana, Karnataka and Maharashtra, inviting them at the inaugural programme at the Hyderabad Parade Grounds.

“I am happy to inform you that the Government of India, after careful consideration of the various aspects, decided to celebrate 75 years of Hyderabad State Liberation. The Government of India has approved year-long commemoration of ‘Hyderabad State Liberation’ from 17 Sep, 2022 to 17 Sep, 2023,” Reddy wrote in each of the letters dated 3 September.

He has also requested the three CMs to observe inaugural day of commemoration with suitable events across their states.  “I would also request you to identify events and commemorations throughout the year and share these plans with the Government of lndia so that a holistic approach can be taken in planning the yearlong commemorations,” he wrote.

The State of Hyderabad which was under the Nizam’s Rule was annexed into the Union of India after a police action codenamed ‘Operation Polo’ that culminated on 17 September, 1948.

This report is auto-generated from PTI news service. ThePrint holds no responsibility for its content.

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