Hyderabad Liberation Day

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  1. Gollum

    Gollum Regular Member

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    Hyderabad Liberation Day today, great man Sardar.

    Razakars and their sympathizers in various shapes and sizes haven't been completely dealt with though, but their time is coming to an end. The 2 Gujjus in New Delhi will see to that.

     
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  3. Tibarn

    Tibarn Dharmic Nationalist

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    Sad to see this not celebrated more nationally or being more in the national consciousness at least. We need to celebrate Hyderabad liberation, Goa liberation, the removal of 370 etc at the national level so the young generation learns the history.

    Here is an interesting case related to Hyderabad's liberation
    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1174495042121154561.html
     
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    How much traction and coverage was this historic day given in Telangana and especially Hyderabad press?
     
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    Srinivas_K Senior Member Senior Member

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    KCR is more worried about minority votes, He has tie up with MIM.
     
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    I am not just talking about KCR, I mean locals, community level and like.

    It seems Hyderabadis have quite forgotten the reign of terror the Nizam and Razakars unleashed upon their ancestors and the retribution that the same ancestors meted out to these [email protected]***ds after liberation.
     
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    Srinivas_K Senior Member Senior Member

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    They never forgot, people here are aware of the horrors. Still people sing folklore about brutalities of Nizam at that time.
     
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    KCR was shedding crocodile tears few days ago saying Police action had caused more pain to people of telangana at the time of hyderabad liberation ..
     
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    There needs to be more awareness about this, spread info, get community feedback, events etc. Razakars and their descendants seem to get a free pass in today's Hyderabad.
     
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    Srinivas_K Senior Member Senior Member

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    Now it has become an integral part of todays politics. Unless there is a strong opposition KCR will continue to peddle soft line. In the current scenario KCR has no strong opposition.
     
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    I think it has been that way for a long time. All CMs of Andhra have soft-peddled this issue. MIM was never banned to begin with, instead to allowed to rejuvenate under Owaisi, once Rizwi was banished, because Nehru wanted a leverage against commies.

    Then we've had subsequent central and governments virtually ceding the old city and a few Nizam districts to MIM goons and hobknob with them during iftaaris and what not. Heck, the mascot of Hyderabad Metro is called "Niz".

    How ridiculous does that sound? It would be akin to Polish adopting a mascot called Dolfie,
    Bangladeshis adopting a mascot called Yay/Tik/Naz,
    East Timorians adopting a mascot named Suk,
    South Sudanese adopting a mascot named Bash.

    This is how ridiculous it is.
     
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