The riots of the Rajakars, the excesses of the atrocities, and already.. under severe oppression.. the revolt started among the people. A revolution broke out in the villages over Vetti’s job. The whole of Telangana.. Kannera has won over the Razakar system. With the motivation provided by the Andhra Mahasabha.. the hands to lift the plough.. Bandookulettai. Every town, every village.. grabbed the weapon that was found in hand.. jumped into the armed struggle.
Telangana Movement: The riots of the Rajakars, the excesses of the atrocities, and already.. under severe oppression.. the revolt started among the people. A revolution broke out in the villages over Vetti’s job. The whole of Telangana.. Kannera has won over the Razakar system. With the motivation provided by the Andhra Mahasabha.. the hands to lift the plough.. Bandookulettai. Every town, every village.. grabbed the weapon that was found in hand.. jumped into the armed struggle. So.. some villages.. have heroic stories.
A king should know the hardships of the people and rule. It should be ensured that people do not suffer. But… the foundations of Nizam Nawab, the richest man in the world… were based on Jagirdars and nobles. Looking at the Nizam Prabhu, Rajakars, nobles set up gadis in the villages. They took jobs from the people and robbed them of their hard work. Nizam never ignored all this. Finally, the patience was lost.. for the land, for Bhukti, for freedom from the yoke of the nobles.. the people got armed and jumped into the fight. Banchen, the living creatures of the sea, filled the cone of revolution with fire particles. They raised slogans and resisted Nizam’s tyranny. We will kill you son under the Golconda hill.
Warangal district Bairanpally has a special history in the armed peasant struggle. In 1946, under the leadership of the Communist Party, the Gram Rakshasa Dal was formed. They stopped paying taxes to the Nizam’s government. As a result, in May 1948, 60 Rajakars tried to attack with guns in Bairanpally but failed. The second time they tried unsuccessfully to attack with 150 people. Then.. 20 Rajakars were killed in the attack of the villagers. Then Qasim Rizvi Sena who was tailing.. saw it again and took a stealthy blow. On August 27, 1948, 1200 Nizam policemen and Razakars surrounded the village in the early morning. The atrocities they committed that day.. are not less than the atrocities of Jallianwala Bagh. 88 people were kept standing in four rows..women, old people and children were shot dead without mercy.. A total of 118 people lost their lives that day. They stripped the women and played batukamma around the bodies of the dead and got satanic pleasure. Inspired by the Byranpally struggle, 20 people were massacred among the revolted Kootigal residents.
The Rajakars who broke out with Nizam Anda.. also created carnage in Gundrumpalli village of joint Nalgonda district. As a witness of this mosque you are seeing.. hundreds of people were massacred. Maqbool, a follower of Qasim Razvi, formed a force of 50 people and used to commit robberies and atrocities in Gundrumpally area. There is no account of rape against women. With this… the armed forces turned against Maqbool’s agadas. As a result, the members of the communist forces and other people massacred more than 350 people and threw them into the well next to the mosque to show his monstrosity.. The warriors of that time say. This monument was built in Gundrampalli to commemorate the martyrs of that time.
Kadavendi village of Jangam district.. is very important in Telangana armed struggle. On July 4, 1946, Gadipai of Visnur Dora in Kadawendi.. Doddi Komuraiah, along with other members left for the invasion. Criticizing the nobility and the nobles, they rushed towards the gate. Doddi Mallaiah and Doddi Komuraiah are in the front row as the leader of the Andhra Mahasabha. Doddi Komuraiya was martyred in an attack by Visnur Dora’s goons.. with guns. Doddi Komuraiya is a hero who raised the ragal flag for the poor and oppressed people. He turned against the aristocratic system and ignited the fire of revolution and became the first martyr in the armed struggle of Telangana. With this… the movement became more elevated. The armed conflict spread to all the villages around Kadawendi.
Nizamabad district has a special place in the movement against Nizam Sarkar. The movement was breathed. Poet Dasharathi Krishnamacharya, who was actively participating in the Andhra Mahasabha, along with 150 others were sent to the Qilla Jail in the arrest district by the Nizam Police. The rooms in the jail are not enough, activists were detained in the verandas and bathrooms. On the walls of this jail.. Dasarathi wrote many inspirational songs with charcoal.
Movements against the Nizam Sarkar took place in Garla, Bayyaram and Illendu areas of the joint Khammam district. As a result, up to 50 people were killed by the bullets of Rajakars. Their dead bodies were paraded in the villages. Every village in Madhira constituency started a movement against the Nizam. The villagers of Allinagaram chased away the Rajakars right next to Madhira. Later.. came with more troops.. burnt houses.. created havoc in the village. A similar incident happened in Govindapuram too.
For the land, for Bhukti, for the liberation of the Wetti Chakiri… Telangana’s armed peasant struggle went from village to village. All the survivors who were crushed by the anarchy of the Rajakars. Spade, spade, pepper, pestle, ladles.. holding whatever they could find.. regardless of Ada or Maga.. all were armed and moved forward. To drive out the Nizam Razakars.. the movement forces were hanged. The Nizam made the police and the Razakars sweat. With the call given by the communist leaders, 10 thousand people joined the guerilla forces and more than one lakh people joined the security forces. Every town became a center of revolution. Every person.. became a soldier. At the same time.. after gaining control over a thousand villages.. ten lakh acres were distributed to the poor. The Indian government ordered a military operation against the city of Hyderabad as the situation seemed to be completely out of control. Indian forces besieged Hyderabad from all sides and drove out Nizam’s army. Finally, with the surrender of the Nizam who accepted the defeat, the anarchy of the Rajakars came to an end.