The Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy has said that living with fear was not at all a life. He asserted that money or power might come and go; but one need not be afraid of anybody, if the decision taken is right. When some firm decisions are taken, some problems might crop up, but one has to forge ahead with courage.
Addressing the children at Ravindra Bharathi here on the occasion of the first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s birth anniversary celebrations, he said that some times the result may not be in your favor even though you worked hard, but you have to continuously work hard and then only the victory comes to you. He advised the students to move forward by analyzing as to why the hard work has not yielded the desired results. He advised the students not to pursue any study or work afraid of some one even though they were not interested.
He said that children have to learn Telugu, Urdu and English languages and those who learned the three languages would achieve victory anywhere in the world. He said that his Government would encourage the three languages. He advised the children to emulate the life of Jawaharlal Nehru.
Women and Child Welfare Minister Sunitha Laxma Reddy has explained the steps taken by the Government for the development of children.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister presented awards to the students who achieved good marks pursuing their studies in residential schools. He also presented the Balasurya and Balarathna awards, which were given by the Jawahar Bala Bhavan, to the children.
Ministers Dr J Geetha Reddy, Danam Nagender, Secunderabad MP Anjan Kumar Yadav, Government Whip in Legislative Assembly E Anil also participated in the program. (NSS)