Ever since the inauguration of Shri Ramanujacharya’s statue in Munchinthal, Hyderabad, the only topic that has been discussed within the political fraternities and citizens of Telangana is KCR’s absence at the event. Unlike what was expected of him, KCR didn’t welcome the Prime Minister in person. Many suspicions have been raised ever since the statue unveiling ceremony. There is talk that KCR felt insulted for not having his name engraved on the plaque, and that is why he didn’t attend the event. On the other hand, there will be grand marriage ceremonies which will be held on Saturday at 108 temples in the Samathamurthy Center. A media conference was held to give details about this, where Chinnajiyar Swamy responded to the news about KCR’s name on the plaque.
Chinnajiyar revealed that he doesn’t have any differences with Chief Minister KCR. Chinnajiyar further stated that at the beginning of the event, KCR was the first person to volunteer, and he couldn’t make it to the inauguration only because of health and other issues. Chinnajiyar stated that KCR was fully supportive of the event and provided all the funds and resources needed to celebrate the festival in its best way possible. He added that the chief minister, his allies, opposition parties, and everybody are invited to the celebrations that will begin soon.
Chinjiyar opined that it was not right to conclude that he doesn’t share a good relationship with KCR. He also reminded that Muslim leaders were invited to the Ramanujacharya millennium celebrations. Invitations were also printed in Arabic. It was made clear that everyone had an invitation here.
“We allow the statue of Ramanujacharya to be seen every day from 3 pm to 7 pm,” he said. If possible, the organizers are arranging for a visit to Ramanuja Suvarna Murthy from Sunday. The wedding ceremonies will be held on Saturday from 5 pm to 8 pm.