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Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis pays tributes to martyrs to mark 69th anniv of Marathwada Mukti-Sangram day

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, along with state Assembly Speaker Haribhau Bagade, hoisted the national flag after paying floral tributes to the martyrs to mark of the 69th anniversary of the Marathwada Mukti-Sangram day at the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation's(AMC) Siddarath garden here today. Highlighting the number of works undertaken by the state government, Mr Fadnavis said that crop loan insurance scheme mostly benefited farmers of Marathwada region and majority of the schemes, including irrigation project works, water grid networks, loan wavering scheme, will be also completes by next month. On getting freedom from the Nizam's rule, the CM said everybody without any caste, creed and religion had made their contribution and scarified their life to getting the freedom under the leadership of late Swami Ramanand Tirth and other senior freedom fighters. 

City mayor Bapu Gadamode, Guardian minister Ramdas Kadam, MP Chandrakant Khaire , local MLAs Atul Savel ,Sanjay Shirsat, Bhausaheb Chikatgaonkar, Narayan Kuche , Subash Zambad, District Collector Naval Kishor Ram, Divisional Commissioner Purushottam Bhapkar, AMC commissioner D. M. Muglikar ,City police Commissioner Yashahvi Yadav,IGP Arjun Patil, Aurangabad Rural SP Arti Singh , ZP CEO Madhukar Raje Ardant and prominent personalities including senior freedom fighters were among those present on the occasion. On the premises of Aurangabad Bench of Bombay High Court and different government offices flag hoisting ceremony was held on this occasion. Reports reaching here from the all district headquarters of the Marathwada region said that, flag hoisting functions were held at all the places by the hand of their respective Guardian ministers and celebrating the Mukthisangram din by organizing various programmes including cultural, seminars among others. 

Though the country had got independence on August 15 ,1947 , few of the states such as Hyderabad, Kashmir and Junagarh continued to rule by the traditional statesmen. In those days Marathwada, Telangana and some parts of the Karnataka was in the Hyderabad state freedom fighters led by Swami Ramananda Teerth fought the battle for the independence of the Marathwada region from the Hyderabad state. Several freedom fighters died in a police action on September 13,1948, before the region got independence on September 17,1948, when the ruler of the Hyderabad state Nizam surrendered before the central Government forces. Meanwhile, the Governor of Maharashtra Vidyasagar Rao and the Chief Minister has extended his greetings to the people of Marathwada on the occasion of Marathwada Muktisangram Din. In their messages, they stated, ''We offer humble tributes to all the martyrs who laid down theirlives in the Mukti Sangram, and convey greetings to the people on the occasion of Marathwada Mukti Sangram Din.

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