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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister - 2011


NALLARI KIRAN KUMAR REDDY
Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy was born on 13 September 1960 is an Indian Politician who has been the 16th Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh since 2010. A four time MLA in Andhra Pradesh, he belongs to the Indian National Congress. He was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh after Konijeti Rosaiah submitted his resignation to Governor ESL Narasimiah on 24 November 2010. Kiran Kumar Reddy was born in Hyderabad to Sarojamma and N. Amarnath Reddy, a former Congress party member and a minister in P.V. Narsimha Rao cabinet as he was considered close to late Indira Gandhi and P.V. Narsimha Rao. His family hails from Nagaripalle, near Kalikiri Chittoor district. He did his schooling from HYDERABAD PUBLIC SCHOOL, intermediate from St. Joseph junior College, Hyderabad. He did his B.com from NIZAM COLLEGE and LL.B from University College of Law, Osmania University. 

He was the captain of the Hyderabad under 22 South Zone Universities and Osmania University cricket team. He was a great cricket player and a brilliant student of his time.

POLITICAL CARRER:
Kiran Kumar Reddy was elected to Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly in 1989 after his father’s death. He served as a member of the Public Undertaking Committee and Assurance Committee. He was elected to the state assembly from Native Vayalpadu (Valmikipuram) in 1989, 1999 and 2004.
Kiran Kumar Reddy was unanimously elected as a speaker of the 13th Andhra Pradesh  Assembly in June 2009. His name for the speaker’s post was proposed by erstwhile chief minister Y.S Rajashekhar Reddy, and many leaders of different parties.

KIRAN KUMAR REDDY AS A CHIEF MINISTER: Kiran kumar Reddy was chosen to be the new Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh after incumbent K Rosiah resigned citing personal reasons, by the Congress Legislature Party and authorized party chief Sonia Gandhi, who named Kiran Reddy, to succeed Rosaiah. He moves into Chief Minister’s official residence, Chief Minister’s Camp Office, on 10 December 2010.

SCHEMES INTRODUCED BY KIRAN KUMAR REDDY
Kiran Kumar reddy introduced various schemes in his ministry like; MEE SEVA,Rachabanda, Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu, Indra Jala Prabha, Re 1 per kg Rice, Stree Nidhi. This scheme makes Kiran kumar reddy a hero for the development for the state. Let’s have a brief discussion about these schemes:
Mee Seva: The rural common man needs at least 50 essential certificates which make a common man life easy. Mee Seva is meant to cut the red tape out of it.

Rachabanda: Its Kiran’s mass contact programme meant to boost delivery of government services, such as ration cards, pensions etc.
Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu: The Kiran government policy that jobs will solve all problems is encapsulated in this ambitious programme.
Indra Jala Prabha: This is a scheme that tweaks an existing programme to deliver benefits to a large vote bank.
Re 1 per kg rice scheme: This is the scheme launched by the present cm Kiran Kumra Reddy. One kg of rice can be bought at just rupee one which is a very impressive scheme.
Stree Nidhi:This scheme introduced to protect women from the borrowing money from private finance groups who charges high interests. Women can get loan upto Rs 15000 repayable in 24 installments. It will be a bank just for women.

BAD TIMES OF KIRAN KUMAR REDDY: The chief minister of Andhra Pradesh Mr. Nellari Kiran Kumar Reddy has seen good time more than bad time. He faced many critical situations and agitations and strikes against his government during his leadership. He was targeted by many of his oppositions and kiran Kumar reddy according to the opposition was a failed Chief Minister. But inspite of all those critical situation he never let state’s financial position to get worst.  The latest incident occurred recently when The Chief Minister Mr N.Kiran Kumar Reddy, came down heavily on the Telugu Desam president, Mr. N. Chandrababu Naidu, for taking up his Rythu Poru Bata.

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