Keshava Rao Wiki and Biography: Kacnherla Keshava Rao mostly known as KK is an Indian politician and MP from Telangana state. Let’s know more about him in detail.
Keshava Rao Wiki: Age, Height, Weight, Family, Education, Political Career, Profession, Networth, Controversies
|Real Name||Kancherla Keshava Rao|
|Nickname||KK, K Rao|
|Wife Name||Vasantha Kumari|
|Date of Birth||June 4, 1939|
|Birth Place||Mahbubabad, Hyderabad State (now Telangana)|
|School Name||Mahbubabad High School|
|College Name||Osmania Univesity|
|Qualifications||Graduate (B.Com), MA in Arts|
|Father Name||Niranjan Rao|
|Political Party||AICC, TRS|
|Portfolios||MP, MLA, MLC|
|Net Worth, Salary||NA|
Keshava Rao Biography
K. Keshava Rao Early life and Education
KK was born on 13th December 1940 to Niranja Rao and Govindamma in Mahbubabd, Warangal, Hyderabad State. He graduated with B.Com from Badruka College and finished MA in Arts at Arts College from Osaminiya University, Hyderabad. He married Vasantha Kumari and has three children.
Keshava Rao Political Career
Keshava Rao first began his career as a Journalist and editor of The Daily News, a Teacher at Mahboob College High School. While he was working as Editor and journalist of the Indian Express newspaper, he opposed the Emergency especially the censorship of media, and condemn the act of censorship on media.
He entered into politics and became AICC president in 2005 and a member of the Congress working committee. He served as a party in charge in four states West Bengal, Jharkhand, Assam, Andaman & Nicobar Islands.
KK held many portfolios such as Education, Industry and Labor, and more. He was in favor of the Separate State of Telangana. In 2013, he quit the INC party as the party did not make any account officially with regards to the separate Telangana State. He joined the TRS party. He was given the secretary General of Telangana Rastra Samithi.
KK became a Member of Parliament in 2006 and worked till 2012 and was re-reelected in 2014 from AP. Even though he was from Telangana, he was given an AP Rajya Sabha seat. In 2020, he was again elected to Rajya Sabha for six-term.