The Telangana Martyrs’ Memorial was unveiled by CM KCR.
The crowd was mesmerized by a drone light show that celebrated the “martyrs”‘ sacrifices and the successes of the Telangana state.
The Telangana Martyr Memorial is a tribute to the brave individuals who gave their lives for the cause of a separate state of Telangana. The memorial is in the heart of Hyderabad and is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.
The memorial features a large statue of a man holding a flag, symbolizing the struggle for Telangana. The statue is surrounded by a beautiful garden and a water fountain, making it a peaceful and serene place to visit.
The ‘Telangana Martyrs Memorial – Amara Jyoti’ (perpetual light), which is located next to Lumbini Park in the capital, was officially opened on Thursday by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
Speaking at the event, Rao remembered the Telangana independence movement of 1969, which resulted in the deaths of approximately 400 people, and subsequently in 2009, when he began an indefinite fast.
He claimed that while he had started the indefinite fast and was ready to give his life as a sacrifice, he was distressed when young people gave their lives in support of statehood.
According to him, the Telangana government assisted the relatives of the “martyrs” by giving them employment and financial support, and it would also provide assistance to any other people who had not yet received it.
KCR promised to help the relatives of those who gave their life in defense of the state’s independence: “The state government would facilitate the visit of foreign delegates or guests to the monument to leave floral tributes, traveling from other Indian states.
Visitors to the memorial can learn about the history of the Telangana movement and the sacrifices made by those who fought for the cause. The memorial also serves as a reminder of the importance of standing up for one’s beliefs and fighting for justice.
Police shot into the air at the opening of the memorial as a sign of respect for the martyrs.
The crowd was spellbound by a drone light show that celebrated the Telangana state’s accomplishments and the “martyrs'” sacrifices.
The structure, which weighs 1,600 tonnes of stainless steel, cost Rs 117.50 crore to build. It is an elliptical-shaped clay light that is 26 meters tall on one side and 18 meters tall on the other. The light will remain on at a 45-meter altitude above the earth.
In addition to the statue and garden, the Telangana Martyr Memorial also features a wall with the names of all the martyrs who gave their lives for the cause of Telangana. Visitors can pay their respects and honor the memory of these brave individuals.
The Telangana Martyr Memorial is open to visitors every day of the week and is free to enter. It’s a great place to experience the history and culture of Telangana and to gain a deeper understanding of the struggles and sacrifices made by those who fought for the cause of Telangana.
The celebration of the decennial of Telangana State formation came to an end with this event.