'Koi Kare Ya Na Kare ..': Modi govt celebrated Hyderabad Liberation Day, says Shah

Amit Shah paid rich tribute to India’s first Home Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for this day.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  17 Sep 2022 6:38 AM GMT
Koi Kare Ya Na Kare ..: Modi govt celebrated Hyderabad Liberation Day, says Shah

Hyderabad: Sharpening his verbal attacks on KCR, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said the Centre will celebrate Hyderabad Liberation Day come what may. "Koi Kare Ya Na Kare, Bharat Sarkar Hyderabad Swatanra Divas manayegi (whether anyone celebrates it or not, the government of India will celebrate Hyderabad Liberation Day)," Shah said addressing a rally at Parade Ground today.

Shah began his speech by extending birthday wishes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Union Home and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah called Modi as the 'Most beloved leader'. Shah will also participate in 'Sewa Karyakram', on the occasion of PM's birthday.

Amit Shah paid rich tribute to India's first Home Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for this day. "Sardar Patel knew that unless Nizam's Razakars are defeated, the dream of Akhand Bharat will not be fulfilled", said Amit Shah.


Earlier, Amit Shah unfurled the national flag at the parade ground. This was followed by a cultural parade by artists from different parts of Telangana, showcasing their native art forms.

"Today is the historic day for Hyderabad. Had Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel not been there, it would have taken many more years for Hyderabad to be liberated. KCR has never celebrated Liberation Day officially just because of the vote bank politics. But it was Modi who declared to celebrate Hyderabad Liberation Day officially. Whether someone does it or not, the government of India will always celebrate Hyderabad Liberation Day," he said.

Hyderabad Liberation Day was celebrated on September 17 to remember the rebellion and the subsequent police action which led to the freedom of Hyderabad stare from Nizam's rule. On September 17, 1948, the then Hyderabad state, which was under the rule of Nizam, was merged with Union of India following military action, initiated by the then Home Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.

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