HYDERABAD: Telangana (TL) CM K. Chandrashekhar Rao on Sun. pushed PM Narendra Modi to name Hyderabad Central University after the previous PM P.V. Narasimha Rao.
The chief minister, in a letter to the PM, said that there is a powerful regional people insist in Telangana (TL) to name the university after Narasimha Rao.
He appealed the govt to name the institution as PV Narasimha Rao Central University of Hyderabad(Hyd).
The insist had come on a day when the chief minister initiated year-long birth centenary celebrations of Narasimha Rao.
KCR, as the chief minister is widely well-known, wrote that this would be the fitting tribute to Narasimha Rao throughout his own birth centenary yr.. He recalled that the university has been set up in 1974 as a consequence of Telangana (TL) agitation in that time within the six-point formula to address the imbalance in education infra-structure in Telangana (TL).
The previous PM has been born in Telangana on Jun 28, 1921. “Though he’s popularly recognized as a leader who ushered in economic reforms to bring the stagnant economy of India(In) on a trajectory of high expansion in a time of unprecedented economic crises in 1991, he has been simultaneously a multi-faceted son of India(In) who contributed the expansion of our country in multiple different critical spheres,” reads the letter.
CM KCR also observed that Narasimha Rao’s contribution to education policy & setting up of residential educational institutions 1st in the state level & thereafter within the form of Navodaya Educational institutions in domestic level has been a radical step to give quality education to meritorious candidates from rural regions with poverty-stricken economic background.