Bhuma Nagi Reddy
Indian politician
Bhuma Nagi Reddy
Bhuma Nagi Reddy is an Indian politician. He was elected in the byelection to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly in 1992 following the sudden death of his brother Bhuma Sekhar Reddy a sitting MLA from Allagadda constituency in Kurnool district of A.P. In 1996 he came into limelight when he was chosen as TDP candidate to contest against the then prime minister P.V. Narasimha Rao in the by-elections to Nandyal Loksabha constituency.
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  • 2014
    Age 50
    He is now the central governing member of YSR congress party. while Shobha Nagireddy is official spokesperson and key state leader of the party until her tragic death just before the 2014 general elections.
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  • 2009
    Age 45
    She contested from Allagada assembly constituency and Bhuma from Nandyal Parliamentary Constituency in 2009 general elections.
    More Details Hide Details Though he lost the election... his influence secured 2 assembly seats (Allagadda and Banagani Palle) to PRP.
    In 2009 general elections.. he contested from Nandyal parliamentary constituency on PRP ticket but was defeated.
    More Details Hide Details At the same time Shobha Nagi reddy got elected from Allagadda assembly constituency. Later In 2010.. after the tragic death of the chief minister Dr Y.S. Raja sekhara Reddy a sort of political turmoil emerged in Andhra Pradesh. After many developments... it was thought that Y.S.R's son, the then Kadapa M.P. Mr. Y.S.Jagan Mohan Reddy had been isolated and carnered by the seniors of congress party. He was expelled from the party as his famous "Odaarpu Yathra" was against the wishes of the party leadership. Hence he started a new political party in the name of "YSR Congress Party". Mean while Chiranjeevi decided to merge his PRP in congress the development that was strongly opposed by Bhuma Nagireddy. The Bhuma couple had to join hands with Y S Jagan and became key figures in the formation of that Party.
  • 2007
    Age 43
    Bhuma was the first leader to propound the theory of 'Rayala Telangana' in January 2007 as a solution to state division.
    More Details Hide Details He said if the partition is must, Rayala seema should be with Telangana Only and not with Andhra. He argues that Rayalaseema people are culturally and emotionally similar to Telangana than Andhra. He would rather stay with unified Rayala Telangana than that of Seemandhra. He says The Rayalaseema people were cheated by the coastal Andhra leaders previously. He cites the example of the historical 'Sribagh pact' of 16 November 1937 between the gentlemen of the two reasons. The pact was sustained to a 'torn paper' only as coastal leaders never withstood to its provisions. Unlike Coastal Andhra, Rayalaseema has its own history of draughts and backwardness. There is a similarity to the region of Telangana as both the areas were once ruled by the Nizams. As far as backwardness is concerned, Telangana and Rayalaseema are running parallel as most of the natural resources are being utilised by the coastal region. When 90% of cultivable land is being drained with river water resources in Coastal Andhra... only 45% is being irrigated in the rest of the areas. Supporting to his theory of Rayala Telangana he also recalls that prior to the name of Rayalaseema the four districts of Bellary (now in Karnataka), Ananthapur, Cuddapah, and Kurnool were being called as 'Ceded districts' as they were ceded to the English Army by the Nizam (in a gratitudic action as the British helped him in the war against Kingdom of Mysore).
  • 2004
    Age 40
    He never betrayed the cadre, But unfortunate of him a lot of cadre betrayed Bhuma in 2004 elections.
    More Details Hide Details Bhuma is such an ardent hard worker that if he insists on any subject matter of public, he never quits without the work getting completed or sanctioned by the government. This exact character of him is being termed as 'bhumaism'. The 'autonagar' development is one such an example. There has been a longstanding demand for the construction of new railway line from Yerraguntla to Nandyal. This had been always a pending project until Bhuma takes the initiation. Even in politics he could not compromise with the heads of TDP. Bhuma was on an opinion that party did not serve him as he served to the party when it was in hardships. He thought that within the party, he was not given enough priorities as his rivals enjoyed. When the party was in ruling, he didn't get any support to serve the needs of his cadre. Bhuma used to tell his ingratitude about the party to his near and dears, and sometimes expressed openly. When the time ripened Bhuma couple came out of the party criticising the leadership. He held the open meeting with his core cadre of Allagadda and discussed in depth for the future of his political movements. He along with his wife Shobha Nagi reddy joined Chiranjeevi's "Praja Rajyam Party".
    However, he had a major setback in politics as he was defeated by Gangula Prathap Reddy from Allagadda assembly constituency in 2004 elections. His wife Shobharani being elected as MLA two times from Allagadda constituency had to contest against her wish as an MP candidate from Nandyal and lost to congress candidate SPY Reddy. In the wake of the emergence of much publicised Praja Rajyam party by Cine hero Chiranjeevi they resigned from the TDP on 4 July 2008 and joined the newly created Praja Rajyam Party led by Chiranjeevi on 20 August 2008.
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  • 1999
    Age 35
    Probably that is the reason, In 1999 midterm polls he proved his stamina by winning the seat with 72,600 votes of majority on the same rival candidate.
    More Details Hide Details He became a 'stalwart' in rayalaseema by these 'hat-trick' wins.
  • 1998
    Age 34
    The Nation went for polls 1n 1998 again and TDP runs Bhuma in to foray, this time against his traditional rival Gangula Prathapa Reddy.
    More Details Hide Details In the beginning it was thought that the election is a cake walk for Bhuma but the things made differently. He could win with a slight majority of 4,550. This result made Bhuma to reconstruct his political strategies and strengthen his energies. Henceforth worked hard and maintained good relationship with cadre. He never neglected the interests and needs of cadre.
  • 1996
    Age 32
    In 1996 he gained nationwide attention as he contested against the then prime minister P.V. Narasimha Rao as a TDP candidate.
    More Details Hide Details Though defeated narrowly he won lakhs of fans and got a wide publicity. P.V. Narasimha Rao resigned for Nandyal seat to retain Berhampur constituency leading to the by-elections. Bhuma was the undisputed candidate again from TDP and won with a record majority of over 4 lakhs on Mr. Rangaiah Naidu to enter for the first time in the 11th Lok Sabha.
  • 1992
    Age 28
    He was elected in the by-election to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly in 1992 following the sudden death of his brother Bhuma Sekhar Reddy, a sitting MLA from Allagadda constituency in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh.
    More Details Hide Details In 1996 he came into limelight when he was chosen as TDP candidate to contest against the then prime minister P.V. Narasimha Rao in the elections to Nandyal Lok Sabha constituency. He was a Lok Sabha member for three consecutive terms serving in 11th, 12th and 13th Lok Sabha. He was born in a remote village of Kothapalle of Dornipadu Mandal, the youngest son of Bhuma Bali Reddy and Eeswaramma. As the family had been involved in faction politics of that area Bali Reddy wished his son to study higher education, keeping him in faraway places for studies. Accordingly, Nagi Reddy studied 10+2 in Velankanni private school affiliated to CBSE, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Later, he was sent to Bangalore to study medical education, but soon had to come back after the tragic murder of his father. This incident turned his life to become a famous factionist in Rayalaseema region.
  • 1991
    Age 27
    His brother Bhuma Sekhar Reddy a sitting MLA died of a heart attack on 7 June 1991.
    More Details Hide Details In the by elections to the vacant Allagadda constituency he had the first opportunity to contest as an MLA candidate from the then opposition Telugu Desam Party. But it was not a cake walk for him as his life was under threat from his faction and political opponents who... were credited to be influential at the then ruling central and state govts tightened his movements from canvassing. But Nagi Reddy was dare enough to face the challenges thrown by the rivals and with the strong popular support he won the elections.
  • 1984
    Age 20
    Bhuma Nagi Reddy rose very fast in politics. In 1984, he was elected as president to Rudravaram cooperative society. In 1986-90, elected as mandal president to Allagadda MPP.
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  • 1964
    Age 0
    Born in 1964.
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