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In 1938, Hyderabad state congress was formed. Swami Ramananda Theertha, B. Ramakishan Rao, Jamalapuram Kesavarao, K. V. Ranga Reddy, J. V. Narasinga Rao were some of the important leaders. The demands of the Hyderabad state congress were as follows: -

● Fundamental rights should be granted to the people.


● Restrictions made on the freedom of speech, association, religious processions, press, etc should be removed immediately.


● They also put forward this demand that laws should prepared by the elected representative rather than by the Nizam.


All the demands of the Hyderabad state congress were fulfilled after India became independent. People are provided with their basic fundamental rights. Restriction made on the freedom of speech, press and other were removed and most importantly Indian government focussed that laws should be made by the elected representatives who will take into consideration the problems of the common people. Even though till 1956 Nizam ruled but after that governor was appointed by the president of India.


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