Kiran Kumar Reddy Wiki and Biography: Kiran Kumar Reddy is an Indian Politician who served as the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. He was the last Chief Minister of the United Andhra pradesh before the formation of the Telangana on 2nd june 2014. He was sworn as the 16th Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh on 25th November 2010. A four time MLA in Andhra Pradesh, He was a leader of the Indian National Congress party.
Kiran Kumar Reddy Wiki: Age, Family, Education, Political Career, Profession, Net Worth, Controversies
|Real Name||Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy|
|Nick Name||Kiran Kumar Reddy|
|Wife Name||N Radhika Reddy|
|Date of Birth||13th September 1959|
|School Name||Hyderabad Public School|
|College Name||Nizam College, Osmania University|
|Father Name||Amarnath Reddy|
|Source of Income||Government Salary|
|Net Worth Salary||8Crores+(Approx.)|
Kiran Kumar Reddy Biography
Kiran Kumar Reddy Early Life
Kiran Kumar Reddy is an Congress Party member and his father Amarnath reddy was a minister in P.V.Narasimha Rao Cabinet. His family hails from Nagaripalle, Chittor. He did his schooling from Hyderabad public School, Intermediate from St.Joseph’s Junior College. B.Com from Nizam College, and LLB from University College of Law. He was an avid cricketer in college, and batchmate of Mohammad Azharuddin.
Kiran Kumar Reddy Education
Kiran Kumar Reddy was born on 13th September 1959 In Hyderabad. His father’s name is Amarnath Reddy. After completing his education in B.Com and LLB he showed interest in sports and he was the batchmate of Mohammad Azharuddin. After that he got interest in Politics and joined the Political Party.
Kiran Kumar Reddy Political Career
In 1989, Kiran Kumar Reddy was elected to AP legislative Assembly and he served as the member of the Public Undertakings Committee and Assurance Committe. In 1999, Kiran Kumar Reddy was elected to the State Assembly from Native Vayalapadu. In 2004, He was elected again from the same place. In 2009 He won from Pileru after Valmikipuram got merged into Pileru Constituency. From 2010-2014 he was sworn in as the Chief Minister of the United Andhra Pradesh before the formation of the Telangana State.