Hyderabad/ Madgul Village, September 28: Many leaders long live in the hearts of people even after they have physically departed long after from this world.
Jaipal Reddy, the best Parliamentarian awardee in his lifetime is one such person.
In his living memory, a Statue of his will be unveiled on 30th Friday, September 2022 at 10 AM at his native village Madgul, Ranga Reddy District, Telangana.
It is organized by S. Jaipal Reddy Statue Unveiling Committee, Madgul Mandal, Ranga Reddy District.
Shri Sitaram Yechury, National General Secretary, CPI(M) will be the Chief Guest.
R. Subhash Reddy, Former Judge, Supreme Court of India will be a special guest.
The other Distinguished Guests include G. Sukhender Reddy Chairman, Telangana Legislative Council; Shri S. Niranjan Reddy, Minister of Agriculture, Telangana; Dr. M. Jagannath, Special Representative, Government of Telangana, Delhi; P. Ramulu, Members of Parliament, Lok Sabha; Shri Syed Aziz Pasha, Former Members of Parliament; Shri G. Jaipal Yadav, MLA, Kalvakurthy; Shri Mallu Ravi, Former Member of Parliament; Shri R. Krishnaiah Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha, Shri A. Revanth Reddy President of TPCC and Member of Parliament; Shri K. Narayana Reddy Member of Legislative Council; T. Achari Former Member, National Backward Classes; Sri C. Vamsi Chand Reddy EX. M.L.A. and Secretary (AICC) and others will grace.
Followed by the unveiling of the Statue, a public meeting will be held at Vasavi Function Hall, Madgul village.
S. Jaipal Reddy, is one of the strongest proponents of Democracy.
Reddy was an elected representative for nearly 50 years and for his contribution to the discussions in Parliament earned him, “The Outstanding Parliamentarian Award, 1998”.
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