Indian community: Indian community thanks NHS and Covid warriors in London during festivities | India News

HYDERABAD: The Indian community of London who hosted a program as part of the festivities thanked the NHS, key workers and Covid-19 warriors through a piece of art from London Tower Bridge on display at an event.
The UK Telangana Association (TAUK) celebrated “Chenetha Bathukamma and Dasara” in London. Representatives of NRIs and Indian community organizations from across the UK attended the event.
British MPs Virendra Sharma and Seema Malhotra as well as Hounslow Mayor Bishnu Gurung were present as special guests.
TAUK Vice President Shusmuna Reddy said special emphasis has been placed on encouraging people to wear looms through the organization of the festivities, as this is promoted by the Minister of Telangana computer science, KT Rama Rao.
TAUK founder Anil Kurmachalam said that although the events were organized to encourage weavers returning to India and to convince the Indian community to wear looms this year, the Indian community felt it was also appropriate to thank the National Health Services in the UK (NHS), key workers and the Covid-19 warriors. “Without their commitment, getting together with the community to organize celebrations would not have been impossible,” he said. On the Tower of London Bridge artwork that was put in place during the program read: Thank you NHS and key workers.

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