Gangapuram Kishan Reddy

Ministry of Home Affairs of India (Present)|Bharatiya Janata Party - State President (Telangana)

G . Kishan Reddy

Born

May 15, 1964 in

Education

Diploma in Tool Designs from Central Institute of Tool Designs, Balanagar, Hyderabad in 1975-78

Government Positions Held

Ministry of Home Affairs of India (Present)

Party Positions Held

Bharatiya Janata Party - State President (Telangana)

Election History

Lok Sabha - 2019 - Secunderabad (Telangana - None - Lok Sabha) Telangana - 2018 - Amberpet (Telangana - Hyderabad - Assembly) Telangana - 2014 - Amberpet (Telangana - Hyderabad - Assembly)
Election Party Result (Won/Lost) Position Votes Polled Votes polled(%) Margin
Secunderabad(Lok Sabha-2019 ) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Won 62,114
Amberpet(Assembly-2018 ) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Lost 2 60,542
Amberpet(Assembly-2014 ) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Won 1 81,430 55.69% 62,598

Assets

   Gangapuram Kishan Reddy (born 15 June 1960) is an Indian politician who is currently serving as Minister of Tourism, Culture and Development of North Eastern Region of India.  He is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).   
   He is an MP representing Secunderabad (Lok Sabha constituency) since 2019. He served as the floor leader of the BJP in the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly in 2009 and gave it up after being elected as the state BJP president of erstwhile Andhra Pradesh.

Political career

Reddy started his career as a youth leader in the late twentieth century. He was elected as National President of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha from 2002 to 2005. He was elected as an MLA from Himayatnagar constituency in 2004 and was elected again in 2009 & 2014 to the Amberpet assembly constituency with a majority of over 27,000 votes.[8]
Reddy, began the 22-day Telangana "Poru Yatra"– a 3,500-kilometre (2,200 mi) journey through 986 villages and 88 assembly constituencies stressing the need for a stance on Telangana state – on 19 January.[9]
He was unanimously elected as the Telangana BJP president succeeding Bandaru Dattatreya.[citation needed] On 30 May 2019, he was sworn in as Union Minister of State (MoS) for Home Affairs in the Government of India.[10][11]
Considering the increase in demand for local public transport, he wrote a letter to the chief minister of Telangana, K. Chandrashekar Rao, urging him to resume MMTS services in the city.
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