K M Dayashankar
KARIMNAGAR: Haryana Governor Bandaru Dattatreya has called upon the ‘Golla Kurumas” to educate their children so that they would turn into the persons who would provide employment to others as entrepreneurs instead of remaining as only rearing the only sheep throughout their life.
The Haryana state governor visited Mulkanoor village to unveil the statue of freedom fighter Padama Chandraiah. Later, he visited Jammikunta town where the ‘Golla Kurumaka” community leaders had organised an ‘Athmeeya sammelan” and felicitations to Mr Dattatreya. On this occasion, Mr Dattatreya captivated the audience by beating the traditional drums. The locals had felicitated him by presenting with ‘gongadi’ and sheep.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr Dattatreya said that he was born in a poor family. But, he could become an MP, Union Minister and the governor only because of education and appealed to the community leaders to educate their children so that they would become entrepreneurs and provide jobs to others instead of seeking jobs.
He also urged the state government to develop the Komuravelli Mallanna devasthanam on the lines of Yadadri. He informed the government to provide facilities for the ‘Golla Korumas” to excel as entrepreneurs. He called upon the community leaders to focus on education and not to confine to rearing only sheep and buffaloes.
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Former ZP chairperson Tula Uma was all praise for Dattatreya for his integrity and service to the people. Local leaders Mahipal Yadav, Ravinder Kuruma, Mallesh Yadav, Suresh Yadav, Saibaba Yadav and others were also present. Earlier, Former Minister and BJP Leader Etala Rajender have formally met the Haryana governor at Mallaram village in Mulkanoor mandal.