The Chief Minister of Telangana, K Chandrasekhar Rao, unveiled a 125-foot bronze statue of BR Ambedkar in Hyderabad to commemorate the 132nd birth anniversary of the renowned Indian Constitution architect. The unveiling ceremony was a grand affair, with provisions made to accommodate over 35,000 individuals from all 119 constituencies. Additionally, approximately 750 state-owned Road Transport Corporation buses were deployed to facilitate public transportation to the event. This statue in Hyderabad is now the tallest statue of Ambedkar in India.
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Located adjacent to the State Secretariat on the scenic banks of the Hussain Sagar lake, the statue is an imposing structure. In preparation for the statue’s inauguration, KCR and his ministers met with officials to finalize arrangements for the event.
One noteworthy decision was to shower flower petals on the statue from a helicopter, according to a PTI report. Additionally, Prakash Ambedkar, the grandson of BR Ambedkar, was the only chief guest invited to the ceremony.
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