Amit Shah slams Congress for forgetting those who freed Hyderabad from ‘brutal Nizam rule’ | India News

In poll-bound Karnataka, Union residence minister Amit Shah on Sunday hit out on the Congress alleging that it by no means remembered those that fought and sacrificed their lives for the liberation of Hyderabad from the ‘brutal’ Nizam rule.
Addressing a public gathering after inaugurating the Gorata Martyrs’ Memorial and statue of the nation’s first residence minister late Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel at Gorata village on this district, Shah additionally slammed the Okay Chandrasekhar Rao-led Telangana authorities for “hesitating” to rejoice the Hyderabad Liberation Day.
Shah additionally hoisted a 103 ft excessive nationwide flag at Gorata, known as “Jallianwala Bagh of South India”.
As soon as the BJP authorities returns to energy in Karnataka and the grand memorial is constructed, the get together would rejoice the following Hyderabad Liberation Day at Gorata, he affirmed.

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