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Nama Nageswara Rao
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Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha
Assumed office
2019
Preceded byPonguleti Srinivas Reddy
ConstituencyKhammam
In office
2009-2014
Preceded byRenuka Chowdhury
Succeeded byPonguleti Srinivas Reddy
Personal details
Born(1957-03-15)15 March 1957
Balapala, Telangana
Political partyTelangana Rashtra Samithi
Other political
affiliations
Telugu Desam Party (Until 2019)
Spouse(s)Chinnamma
Children3; 2 sons and 1 daughter

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Nama Nageswara Rao (born 15 March 1957 in Balapala, Mahabubabad, Telangana[1]) is an Indian politician, and a member of the 15th Lok Sabha of India.

Before becoming a member of the Lok Sabha, Nageswara Rao ran the infrastructure company Madhucon Projects.[2] When he was a candidate for the Lok Sabha in 2009, he had total assets worth over Rp 1.73 billion ($38.4 million, £23.3 million), making him the wealthiest candidate.[3]

Nageswara Rao had stood for election in 2004 for the Khammam constituency, but lost to the incumbent Renuka Chowdary by over 100,000 votes.[4]

In May 2009, Nageswara Rao was elected to the Lok Sabha to represent the Khammam constituency, with a majority of 124,949 votes from Khammam constituency defeating Union Minister Renuka Chowdhary.[5]

Nageswara Rao was unanimously elected Telugu Desam Parliamentary Party leader at a meeting held in the presence of the party president N. Chandrababu Naidu in May 2009.[6]

Nageswara Rao is married to Nama Chinnamma, and has two sons and a daughter.[1]

Nama lost in the 2014 Elections.

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Nama prithvi teja

Nama bhavya teja

Nama Nageswara Rao (born 15 March 1957 in Balapala, Mahabubabad, Telangana[1]) is an Indian politician, and a member of the 15th Lok Sabha of India.

Before becoming a member of the Lok Sabha, Nageswara Rao ran the infrastructure company Madhucon Projects.[2] When he was a candidate for the Lok Sabha in 2009, he had total assets worth over Rp 1.73 billion ($38.4 million, £23.3 million), making him the wealthiest candidate.[3]

Nageswara Rao had stood for election in 2004 for the Khammam constituency, but lost to the incumbent Renuka Chowdary by over 100,000 votes.[4]

In May 2009, Nageswara Rao was elected to the Lok Sabha to represent the Khammam constituency, with a majority of 124,949 votes from Khammam constituency defeating Union Minister Renuka Chowdhary.[5]

Nageswara Rao was unanimously elected Telugu Desam Parliamentary Party leader at a meeting held in the presence of the party president N. Chandrababu Naidu in May 2009.[6]

Nageswara Rao is married to Nama Chinnamma, and has two sons and a daughter.[1]

Nama lost in the 2014 Elections.

Political statistics

Year Nama Nageswara Rao (born 15 March 1957 in Balapala, Mahabubabad, Telangana[1]) is an Indian politician, and a member of the 15th Lok Sabha of India.

Before becoming a member of the Lok Sabha

Before becoming a member of the Lok Sabha, Nageswara Rao ran the infrastructure company Madhucon Projects.[2] When he was a candidate for the Lok Sabha in 2009, he had total assets worth over Rp 1.73 billion ($38.4 million, £23.3 million), making him the wealthiest candidate.[3]

Nageswara Rao had stood for election in 2004 for the Khammam constituency, but lost to the incumbent Renuka Chowdary by over 100,000 votes.[4]

In May 2009, Nageswara Rao was elected to the Lok Sabha to represent the Khammam constituency, with a majority of 124,949 votes from Khammam constituency defeating Union Minister Renuka Chowdhary.[5]

Nageswara Rao was unanimously elected Telugu Desam Parliamentary Party leader at a meeting held in the presence of the party president N. Chandrababu Naidu in May 2009.[6]

Nageswara Rao is married to Nama Chinnamma, and has two sons and a daughter.[1]

Nama lost in the 2014 Elections.

With the victory in 2019 general polls, Nama Nageswar Rao (62) will be representing the Khammam Lok Sabha constituency for the second time in Parliament [10]

References

  1. ^ a b Nama Nageswara Rao. "Detailed Profile: Shri Nama Nageswara Rao". Government of India. Retrieved 31 May 2011.