2nd Jun 2023 11:06:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ITANAGAR, Jun 2: In the spirit of ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’, a mass movement started by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Arunachal Pradesh Raj Bhavan celebrated the Telangana Statehood Day today. Governor Lt. General KT Parnaik,(Retd.), along with the First Lady of the State Anagha Parnaik graced the occasion.
Greeting the people of Telangana on their Statehood Day, the Governor said that celebrating the Telangana Statehood Day amidst the Telangana people residing in Arunachal Pradesh will enhance mutual understanding and bonding between the States, thereby strengthening the unity and integrity of India through interaction, sharing of the culture, traditions and practices of different States & Union Territories.
The Governor, who spoke at length about the history of Telangana, urged the people of Telangana to be proud of their cultural heritage. He said that Telangana symbolizes rich culture in art, craft and literature.
Parnaik said that the art and crafts form of Telangana has many similarities with those of Arunachal Pradesh. He advised them to share their ideas, expertise and experiences with the people of the State.
The Governor exhorted the participants to promote goodwill in the State. He asked them to foster a sense of common identity and to establish long-term engagements and create an environment which promotes learning between States by sharing best practices and experiences.
Parnaik said that the effort of Statehood celebration aims to celebrate the unity in diversity of our nation and to maintain and strengthen the fabric of traditionally existing emotional bonds between people from different corners of the country.
The people from the State of Telangana, mostly students attended the function. The students from National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh, Jote presented Telangana traditional cultural programme on the occasion.

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