T. Jeevan Reddy
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Thatiparthi Jeevan Reddy is a senior politician in Telangana State and is a member of the Indian National Congress.He is Member of Legislative Council from Karimnagar Assembly constituency.
Thatiparthi Jeevan Reddy
|Former Minister & MLC Peddapalli|
14 May 2004 – 2 March 2009
|Member of Telengana Legislative Council|
1983 – till
|Political party||Indian National Congress|
He was first elected as Panchayat Samithi President of Mallial in 1981 in a non-party based elections, which is equivalent to today’s Legislative Constituency. He was elected as M.L.A for the first time from T.D.P in the year 1983 and was inducted in the State Cabinet with an Excise Minister portfolio. He later differed with N.T.R and joined the Congress Party under the leadership of late Sree Rajeev Gandhi in the year 1984. He won the elections from the Congress Party in the year 1989, 1996,1999, 2004 and 2014. In 2019, he was elected as a Member of Legislative Council (Graduate) from Karimnagar Assembly constituency with a majority of (39,430) votes.
Reddy contested against the T.R.S Party President in the Parliament by-election in the year 2006 and 2008. In 2008 Parliament election’s, he lost marginally with 14,000 only. In 2006 he was inducted into the State Cabinet till 2009 during which he held the portfolio of R&B. After formation of Telangana State he won the only seat from North Telangana for Congress.
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Member of Legislative Assembly
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