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Veteran CPM leader passes away

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Senior CPM leader and Nakrekal previous MLA Narra Raghava Reddy passed away at 6.45 pm on Thursday. He was 92. Raghava Reddy was admitted to Kamineni Hospital at Narketpally a couple of days back with diabetes related entanglements. He inhaled his last at 6.45 while experiencing treatment.

He was conceived in 1924 to Narra Ram Reddy and Kanakamma in Vattimarthy town. He went to Mumbail and functioned as a worker at Gaikwad Jute Mill where he rose as a work pioneer with the backing of exchange unionist G M Khan. A calm comrade, Raghava Reddy had a huge comprehension and information of provincial life and worked in social unit of the Communist Party.


He joined the CPI in 1950 and was chosen as sarpanch of Shivanenigudem in 1959. After the part in the CPI, he ran with the CPM affected by Ravi Narayana Reddy and Dharma Bixam. Raghava Reddy was imprisoned was among the pioneers imprisoned by then Congress government amid the crisis. He was chosen state board individual from CPM in 1971 at the gathering meeting held in Warangal. He was chosen as MLA of Nakrekal for six terms following 1967 decisions.

He won the elections as MLA from the voting demographic in 1978, 1984, 1989, 1994 and 1999. As the floor leader of the gathering in Assembly, Raghava Reddy raised a scope of open issues and battled for the welfare of hard stuff tappers, gram sevaks and weavers. He withdrew from dynamic legislative issues after 1999 because of wellbeing issues. Raghava Reddy’s body was kept in CPM office Dhoddi Komuraiah Bhavan in Nalgonda town for general visibility.

Nalgonda MP Gutta Sukhender Reddy and a few CPM leaders paid tributes to the late comrade leader at Dhoddi Komuraiah Bhavan. Mourning the passing of Raghava Reddy, Nakerkal MLA Vemula Veeresham said that the late leader had assumed a key part in Telangana agrarian armed battle. Reminding that Raghava Reddy was chosen as MLA from Nakrekal supporters for six terms, he was glad to speak to the same electorate. “His life is worth to be copied by every politician,” the MLA included.


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