J.C.Diwakar Reddy Wiki, Biography, Age, Height, Wife, Family, Career, Profession and more

J.C.Diwakar Reddy Wiki and Biography: J.C.Diwakar Reddy is a Politician from Andhra Pradesh and he won the Anantapur Seat in the Indian General election in 2014 as a Telugu Desam party Candidate. He is one of the most popular and senior most member of the political party.

J.C.Diwakar Reddy Wiki and Biography

J.C.Diwakar Reddy Wiki: Age, Education, Political Career, wife, Business, Networth, Controversies

Real Name J.C.Diwakar Reddy
Nick Name J.C.Diwakar Reddy
Profession Politician
Famous For Politics
Wife Name J.C.Vijaya
Physical Status
Age 77 Years
Height 5”7
Weight 79Kgs
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Personal Information
Date of Birth 23rd February 1944
Birth Place Tadipatri, Andhra Pradesh
Zodiac Sign Aries
Nationality Indian
School Name NA
College Name Karnatak university
Qualifications B.SC
Family Profile
Father Name J.C. Nagi Reddy
Mother Name J.C.Naga Laxamamma
Siblings J.C.Prabhakar Reddy
Career Politician
Source of Income Government Salary
Appeared In Politics
Net Worth Salary 47Crores+(Approx.)

JC Diwakar Reddy Biography

J.C.Diwakar Reddy Personal Life

J.C.Diwakar Reddy was born on 23rd February 1944 in Tadipatri, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh. His basic profession is an Politician but he is also an Business Person. He was born to Shri J.C.Nagi Reddy and J.C. Laxamamma. J.C.Diwakar Reddy got married to J.C. Vijaya and they are blessed with 2 children.

J.C. Diwakar Reddy Education

J.C.Diwakar Reddy is a Politician from Andhra Pradesh and He won the elections in 2014 from Anantapur as a TDP Candidate. J.C. Diwakar Reddy was born to J.C. Nagi Reddy who is an famous politician and freedom fighter in Anantapur District. J.C.Diwakar Reddy graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree. He has a son JC Pavan Reddy and a daughter

J.C.Diwakar Reddy Politicial Career

J.C.Diwakar has been elected 6 times to the state Assembly from the Tadipatri constituency in the Anantapur District. He was denied entry into the cabinet in 2009 and also later in N. Kiran Kumar Reddy’s ministry in 2010. He served as a Pro Tem Speaker in 2011.

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