Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao’s excellent speeches are no new to Telangana people. It does not come as a surprise if told that there is a separate section of fans for KCR’s speeches – especially his sarcastic puns. But when he took the stage to speak at World Telugu Conference inaugural ceremony in LB Stadium on Friday, it was a totally different case. His subtle speech at the event left many in the audience spellbound. With an impressive command over Telugu and its literature – KCR mentioned a few famous poems, recalled his gurus and the lessons of life taught by them.
He kicked off his speech with the statement – “తెలంగాణ అద్భుతమైన సాహిత్యాన్ని పండించినటువంటి మాగాణం..” He then talks about the oldest poem – కంద పద్యం – which took birth from Kurikyala village of Karimnagar District. From Palakurki Somanath to Peddinti Ashok Kumar – KCR recalled everyone who’s thriving to revive the spirit of Telugu language with their powerful writings. His talk about mothers and the statement “ఎంతటి గొప్పవారికైనా సరే.. అమ్మ వొడే మొదటి బడి..” received a thunderous applause. The rest of the speech is no less. His thoughts and ideas of a determined future giving utmost the importance to Telugu language is a must watch. Check out his commendable speech here:
Besides, the Chief Minister never hesitated from being humble in front of his teachers and peers. He showed his gratitude to his teacher, V Mrityunjaya Sharma, and honoured him on the dais in front of the multitudes of people present in the stadium. People gathered at the venue of the WTC cheered the Chief Minister on his gesture even as Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu lauded him.
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