Gottipati Ravi Kumar Wikipedia, Cast, Son, MLA, Father Name, Family, Political Photo
Gottipati Ravi Kumar Wikipedia, Cast, Son, MLA, Father Name, Family, Political Photo – Gottipati Ravi Kumar is an Andhra Pradesh-based politician in India. He was elected to the legislature four times, three times from Addanki and once from Martur. In politics, Gottipati Ravikumar first joined the Indian National Congress (INC). In the 2004 elections, he ran for office for the first time from the Martur assembly constituency and was elected as an MLA. He ran for office again as an MLA in 2009 following the delineation of constituencies under the same party but from the Addanki assembly constituency.
Gottipati Ravi Kumar Bio
|Name||Gottipati Ravi Kumar|
|Date Of Birth||September 9, 1973|
|Birthplace||Yaddanapudi village, Andhra Pradesh state|
Gottipati Ravi Kumar Measurement
Gottipati Ravi Kumar Educational Qualifications
|College or University||Vidwan Junior College, Guntur|
|Educational Degree||B. E. (discontinued), Intermediate|
Gottipati Ravi Kumar Family
|Brother / Sister||one son|
|Children||Son: Not Known|
Daughter: Not Known
Gottipati Ravi Kumar Marital Status
Gottipati Ravi Kumar Net Worth
|Net Worth||58 Crore+|
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Gottipati Ravi Kumar News
The YSRCP government in Andhra Pradesh on Monday revoked the lease given to the company of TDP MLA from Addanki Gottipati Ravi Kumar for quarrying granite in an effort to crack down on illegal mining activities in the Prakasam district.
On Monday evening, orders were issued to terminate the quarry leases held by Gottipati and another senior TDP official, Pothula Rama Rao, a former member of the legislative assembly for Kandukukru in the Prakasam district. They were accused of using properties in the granite quarrying process.
By pasting the orders at the location, the mining department officers quickly seized and shut down the granite quarry. At the quarries, they also put up a big bandobast.
The TDP leaders involved in the illicit extraction of granite for which permissions were issued under the Chandrababu Naidu administration have come under intense pressure. In actuality, Gottipati, Pothula, and Sidha Raghava Rao’s granite quarrying permissions had been revoked by the Jagan administration.
However, after Siddha Raghava Rao joined the YSRC, his permits were reinstated. Gottipati and others appealed to the high court, which suspended the government instructions because they refused to join the YSRC. However, the authorities decided to close the quarries due to a lack of environmental permissions.