Konijela Rosaiah: After YS’s death in 2009, he took over as AP CEO. Rosaiah was an MLC in 1968, 1974, 1980 and 2009. Represented as an MLA from Chirala in the 1989 and 2004 elections.
Konijeti Rosaiah: Former CM Rosaiah is no more
Former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Konijeti Rosaiah is no more. The 88-year-old died today of an illness. In the morning, Rosaiah’s BP suddenly dropped and her pulse dropped. Family members rushed him to a private hospital in Banjara Hills, Hutahutina. However, doctors said that he had already died and died on the way.
Rosaiah’s body was shifted from the hospital to his home in Ameerpet. Leaders of all parties, including the Congress, are shocked by Rosaiah’s death. Mourning the loss of a great leader. Konijeti Rosaiah has good relations with leaders of all parties. It was during this sequence that several political leaders approached his house. Rosaiah’s funeral will be held at Mahaprasthana on Sunday.
Rosaiah has been in politics for a long time. Konijeti Rosaiah has served as the Chief Minister of the joint state of Andhra Pradesh and the Governor of the states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Known as a good speaker.
Konijeti Rosaiah Biography.
He has a good grasp on economics and politics. After YS’s death in 2009, he took over as AP CEO. Served as CEO from 3 September 2009 to 24 November 2010.
Rosaiah was an MLC in 1968, 1974, 1980, 2009. Represented as an MLA from Chirala in the 1989 and 2004 elections. Won as MP from Narasaraopet in 1998. In 2011, he took over as the Governor of Tamil Nadu.
Konijeti Rosaiah was born on July 4, 1933 in the village of Vemuru in Guntur district. He studied Commerce at Guntur Hindu College. He was elected to the Legislative Council in 1968, 1974 and 1980 on behalf of the Congress Party.
For the first time, Marri Chennareddy served as the Minister of Roads and Transport in the government. Rosaiah is a disciple of NG Ranga, a famous freedom fighter and agrarian leader. He taught political lessons along with his classmate Thimmareddy at Ramanidu Raitanga Vidyalaya in Nidubrolu.
Roshaiya, who left an indelible mark on politics, died of an illness.
The Transport, Housing and Commercial Taxes Departments in the Tanguturi Anjayya Government in 1979, the Home Ministry in the Vijayabhaskarreddy Government in crores in 1982, the Finance, Transport and Electricity Departments in the Marri Chennareddy Government in 1989, the Finance, Health, Education and Electricity Ministries in the Nedumali Janardhanareddy Government in 1991, and the Kotlay Vijayabhaskara Reddy Government in 1992.
Served as Minister for Health, Education and Electricity. In 2004, 2009 Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy was the Finance Minister in the government.
He has introduced the Andhra Pradesh State Budget (Economic Plan) in the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly 15 times so far.
He was the Chairman of the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) from 1995-97. Elected to Lok Sabha from Narasaraopet constituency in 1998. Roshaiya, who left an indelible mark on politics, died of an illness, which cast a gloomy shadow over the Congress party.