Hyderabad: In a spirited Deepavali celebration organized by the Uttar Bharatiya Pravasi Seva Sangh at the municipal grounds in Ameerpet on Sunday night, Srinivas Yadav, Telangana Minister and BRS Candidate from Sanath Nagar constituency, shared his joy about the contentment among people of all categories in the state.
Speaking at the event, Yadav expressed gratitude for being the chief guest at the celebration, which attracted participants from various linguistic and regional backgrounds living in Hyderabad.
He acknowledged the residents of Telangana who, despite their diverse backgrounds, have found satisfaction in the state. Yadav emphasized that those residing here are not just citizens but members of a family, and the Telangana government consistently observes their well-being.
Yadav particularly highlighted the remarkable progress Hyderabad has witnessed after becoming the common capital of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
He proudly mentioned that Hyderabad stands as a significant metropolis in the country, with the highest number of CCTV cameras installed for surveillance, ensuring peace and security.
Addressing the issue of land acquisition for the construction of the Jain Society Building in Uppal Bhagayath, Yadav assured that the government has successfully resolved the matter, paving the way for the construction of the building on the allocated two acres of land.
He commended the Mahavir Hospital for providing valuable services to senior citizens and announced the allocation of land worth crores of rupees for the hospital premises.
Yadav concluded his speech by seeking the blessings of the people for the upcoming elections on November 30, expressing his commitment to continue working for the development and welfare of the state.
Prominent figures present at the event included Sai Kiran Yadav, incumbent MLA and in-charge of BRS from the Secunderabad Parliament constituency, Naresh Kumar Agarwal, President of the Agarwal Society, Hans Raj Kothari, President of the Jain Society, and representatives from various communities, including the Bengali, Maheshwari, and Balaji Rajasthan societies. The gathering exemplified unity in diversity and celebrated the joyous festival of lights with enthusiasm.