TDP Veteran Politician Gali Muddu Krishnama Naidu Is No more

TDP Veteran Politician Gali Muddu Krishnama Naidu Is No more

Gali Muddu Krishnama Naidu Is No more: The most uncontroversial and veteran Telugu Desam Party leader ‘Sri Gali Muddu Krishnama Naidu’ passed away this morning. ‘Muddanna’ as had been called by his close circles are now n a grief-stricken mood. It was a historic moment when late Sri Nandamuri Tarka Rama Rao founded his own ‘Telugu Desam Party’, the first call NTR made was to ‘Gali Muddu Krishnama Naidu.’ Thus how ‘Krishnama Naidu’ was hand-picked by the veteran actor and stoic politician NTR and made him the co-founder of Telugu Desam party. Unlike any other jumping jockeys in politics, Muddu never changed his stance. He received the gentle-man status of the opposition party as well until he breathed his last. That’s how he maintained his dignity in the phase of dirty politics.

Gali Muddu Krishnama Naidu died

TDP Veteran Politician Gali Muddu Krishnama Naidu Is No more

Late Sri. Gali Muddu Krishnama Naidu had maintained his active role in helping millions of people – keeping aside his role In Telugu Desam. Many people from other political parties attended the funeral and recalled their reminiscences with ’Muddu.’ Recently mired in controversies, Revanth Reddy attended the funeral and said,

“The veteran leader had been in TDP ever since it was founded by NTR and had served the poor with true dedication and devotion. No one can replace him in services towards the welfare of the poor, especially in Chittoor.”

Gali Muddu Krishnama Naidu (9th June 1947 to 7 February 2018) was an Indian politician from Andhra Pradesh. He served as Minister of Higher Education, Andhra Pradesh. He was elected 6 times to Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly. He was born in Venkatramapuram village of Ramachandrapuram Mandal in Chittoor District. He did his B.Sc and holds master’s degree in arts along with law degree and is well known for his services as a teacher, which actually inspired him to join the Telugu Desam Party. He enjoyed the full support of N. T. Rama Rao.

He was given the highest – the cabinet post in the Ministry for Education, Forest and Higher Education and stood in the records of being elected for 6 terms to the State Assembly, a record held by him from Puttur Constituency, Apart from being a teacher he is also an agriculturist and has a special interest in book-reading. Indianlens.com extends its condolences to the great soul.

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