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g kishan reddy President, MLA Amberpet
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Gangapuram Kishan Reddy, 

State President, Bharatiya Janata Party, Telangana

MLA, Amberpet Assembly Constituency  

A short profile

A live example of what one can achieve through sheer determination and hardwork. His calm demeanour betrays his inner strength. A two time MLA and the state president of Bharatiya Janata Party, Andhra Pradesh, Gangapuram Kishan Reddy is born in a non-political middle class family in Ranga Reddy district. The youngest among his brothers and sisters, he started his political life as a yuva karyakartha post emergency with Janata party and joined BJP post the split of Janata party. Starting as an ordinary party worker (Karyakarta) of the Bharatiya Janata Party, he grew step by step handling some of the topmost responsibilities both at the national and state level in the party. He went on to become the National President of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (Youth wing of BJP)at the time of BJP in power at central  which has more than 2 crore members and is now the president of Andhra Pradesh BJP.

Kishan Reddy's tireless struggle for common man over nearly three decades also earned him the love of affection of the people of Hyderabad who elected him twice as an MLA from Himayatnagar (2004) and Amberpet(2009) assembly constituencies in the city. Known as a people's person, the constituents of Amberpet rest easy knowing that their MLA is always available to them should they need him. Kishan Reddy is seen by his constituents and friends as a determined, hardworking and diligent individual, who works untiringly to improve the standard of living for the people living in his constituency. He is seen as a performing MLA and when he speaks on any issue the entire assembly cutting across party lines listen to him with rapt attention. It is not surprising at all that he gets to speak for much longer than what is proportionate to BJPs's strength in the assembly. He was recognised by UNICEF (U.N. Organization) as the most child friendly legislator for his children friendly work in the society

His pragmatic policies and commitment to the party's core ideology has won Sri Reddy a great support base among the youth, women and the poor. To this date Sri Reddy displays the same enthusiasm as he seeks to build the party at the ground level. Sri Kishan Reddy has played a key-role in establishing the party in Andhra Pradesh and strongly believes in the adage "Practice what you preach". Since the formation of the BJP in 1980 Kishan Reddy was actively involved and played a key role in all party conferences and movements. He was able to show his intrepid nature and fearless attitude and worked very hard in addressing issues that were affecting the common man.

He also strongly identifies with the spirit of national integrity and has always taken a strong stand against terrorism and extremism despite multiple threats to his life. In continuation of this he founded the organisation World Youth Council Against Terrorism (WYCAT) which has strong participation from youth from many countries. WYCAT today has presence in more than 50 countries. He also led the Seema Suraksha Jagaran Yatra during which he has covered 8 states travelling more than 900 km by road for a period of 45 days in the border district villages of Pakistan Bangladesh, China and Nepal. He also organised South East Asia regional conference in Hyderabad on terrorism in May 2006. 

On a personal front he is married to Shrimati Kavya who has ably supported him in his political journey over the last 16 years. They have a daughter Vaishnavi and a son Tanmay. On the education front he has completed his diploma in tool Engineering from Central Institute of Tool Design (CITD)

Early Political life

Born in 1964 to Sri Gangapuram Swami Reddy and Smt. Andalamma, Sri Kishan Reddy is the youngest of their children He displayed leadership instincts very early in his childhood. These natural leadership instincts were fine tuned by Indian nationalist and social reform leader Jayaprakash Narayan and various RSS leaders. The service activities of RSS tremendously inspired Sri Reddy to take up service to the common man as his mission in life. The discipline within the RSS, strong commitment to Indian Nationalism had deeply attracted him which then catalysed his foray into politics and inspired him to join BJP. Another major influence in his life was Swami Vivekananda who advocated the principles of unity, nationalism, discipline, the power of collective struggle, of whole-heartedly supporting a cause one believes in and a person's pursuance of individual perfection

As a student he took up many programs tackling issues as wide as role of students in local governance to discussions on government apathy towards terrorism. He played a key role in building awareness among the student community on maladies afflicting the nation. He was also involved in highlighting the issues of the blind and physically challenged. During his student days he held various responsibilities like President – State Union, NATI and President, Students Representative Committee of the Central Institute of Tool Design.

He entered politics very early by joining the youth wing of Janata Party and joining the BJP when the erstwhile Jansangh cadre split from the Janata Party. His dedication and capabilities were soon noticed and he saw an unparalleled growth in BJP. 

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Suspension of TDP Leaders is One Sided Decision –Kishan Reddy

BJP Leader Kishan Reddy has demanded for full fledged discussion on fault happening during national anthem in Telangana Legislative Assembly. He added that, without making any announcement, it is wrong to play the national anthem.  The speaker should take responsibility for this particular action. The suspension of TDP leaders is one sided decision of the government.  And it should stop this one sided approach, said the minister. 

Kishan Reddy leaves to Nanded tomorrow

Telangana state BJP president Kishan Reddy leaves for Nanded tomorrow. He will be attending a public meeting hosted by BJP in Maharashtra.There is no need of removing existing statues at Tank bund for placing new ones said Kishan Reddy.  He said removing statues is not the culture of Telangana. He said KCR not concentrating on farmer’s plight in the state, instead evoking the feelings of people by making wrong statements. [29-09-2014]

Kishan writes a letter to CM to get his priorities right

Telangana state BJP president Kishan Reddy wrote an open letter to CM K. Chandrashekar Rao to get his priorities right. 
In his letter, Kishan Reddy criticised the TRS government for its failure to deliver poll promises and devising a concrete plan for the development of the State. He urged CM to turn his words and promises into action. [11-09-14]

KCR not working on farmer’s plight in the state: Kishan Reddy

BJP State President Kishan Reddy said that Chief Minister K. Chandrasekar Rao is giving importance to unnecessary works ignoring farmer’s plight in the state.
Speaking at Gajwel public meeting on Tuesday, Kishan Reddy said that KCR is restricting himself to secretariat and giving false promises to make Telangana as Singapore and London. There are no signs of implementation of farm loan waiver scheme in the state, said Reddy. He said the true competitor for KCR is Jagga Reddy. [02-09-2014]

Jagga Reddy is true Telangana supporter: Kishan Reddy

Telangana state BJP President G Kishan Reddy said that Medak Lok Sabha MP Candidate from the party was a true Telangana supporter. He also said that earlier Jagga Reddy had talked as per the Congress party’s interests. [30-08-2014]

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