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D K Aruna Gadwal MLA Election Commission of India

D K Aruna Gadwal MLA Election Commission of India

The Chief Secretary Telangana Hyderabad The Secretary Telangana Legislative Assembly Hyderabad Subject Election Petition No. 4 of 2019 – Smt. D K Aruna Gadwal MLA vs Sh. Handl. Krishna Mohan Reddy and Ors. Publication of Notification – Regarding.
As directed to refer to Hon’ble High Court of Telangana, order dated 24. August. 2023 in EP No. 4/2019 and in pursuance of section 106(b) of the Representation of the People Act. 1931. the Election Commission hereby forwards. for the information or the State Government, a copy of the Order of the Hon’ble High Court of Telangana dated 24. August. 2023 (enclosed), thereby Blowing the E41.9″ Petition (No. 4 of 2019). filed by Smt. D. K. Aruna@Arundharni, contesting candidate from 79-Gadwal Assembly Constituency during the General Election to Telangana Legislative Assembly-2018, filed against the returned candidate, Sh. Bodin Krishna Mohan Reddy.

The Smt. D. K. Aruna@Arundhathi as the returned candidate for 79-Gails.1 AC w.c.1 12.12.2018 and declared the election of Sh. Sandia Krishna Mohan Reddy, as void. The said order is being published in the next issue of the Telangana State Gazette.

In the dynamic world of Indian politics, few figures stand as resilient and determined as Dharmavarapu Kottam Aruna. Born on May 4, 1960, in the vibrant state of Telangana, Aruna has etched her name in the annals of political history through her unwavering commitment to public service and her remarkable journey through various political affiliations. Let’s delve into the life and career of this influential Indian politician.

Early Life and Family

DK Aruna was born to Ch. Narsi Reddy, a prominent political figure himself. Her journey into politics was paved by her marriage to D.K. Bharathsimha Reddy, a member of a family deeply rooted in the world of Indian politics. Her father-in-law, D.K. Satya Reddy, her husband D.K. Bharatha Simha Reddy, and her brother-in-law D.K. Samara Simha Reddy have all been actively involved in the political landscape. Furthermore, her father Chitlem Narsi Reddy, along with her brothers Chitlem Venkateswar Reddy and Chitlem Ram Mohan Reddy, have played significant roles as Congress workers and legislators.

Tragically, Aruna faced adversity when her father and brother, Venkateswar, fell victim to Maoist violence on Independence Day in 2005 while attending celebrations in Narayanpet.

Aruna’s initiation into public life happened when she became involved with “grievance redressal” sessions held at her husband’s family residence, a turning point that would shape her future in politics.

Political Career

Aruna’s political journey was marked by perseverance and resilience. Despite initial electoral setbacks, she secured her place as the Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) from the Gadwal constituency of Mahaboobnagar district in 2004. It is worth noting that her political affiliation evolved over time.

  • In 2004, D.K. Aruna emerged victorious representing the Samajwadi Party.
  • Subsequently, she represented the Congress party in the 2009 elections.

During her time in opposition, Aruna actively participated in significant movements, such as the historic Electricity agitation. She led a Padayatra from Gadwal to the state capital to draw attention to the irrigation water problems faced by farmers in Mahaboobnagar District. Furthermore, she went on an indefinite hunger strike to demand irrigation water for the arid lands of Telangana.

Her dedication was further evident as she embarked on a Padayatra from the Jamulamma temple in Gadwal mandal to the Jogulamba temple in Alampur. Later, she organized a two-day hunger strike to protest against the state government’s refusal to include Gadwal as part of a new district in September 2016.

However, Aruna faced a setback in the 2018 Telangana Legislative Assembly election from Gadwal when she lost to her nephew, Bandla Krishna Mohan Reddy, who represented the Telangana Rashtra Samithi.

In March 2019, demonstrating her adaptability, Aruna joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). She contested the 2019 Lok Sabha elections from the Mahabubnagar constituency but narrowly lost by 77,829 votes.

Her political journey reached new heights when, in September 2020, she was appointed as the Vice President of the Bharatiya Janata Party, a testament to her dedication and influence in Indian politics.

Political Statistics

Let’s take a closer look at the key milestones in Dharmavarapu Kottam Aruna’s political career:

  1. 1999
    • Contested For: MLA
    • Party: INC (Indian National Congress)
    • Constituency: Gadwal
    • Opponent: Ghattu Bheemudu (TDP)
    • Result: Lost
  2. 2004
    • Contested For: SP (Samajwadi Party)
    • Constituency: Gadwal
    • Opponent: Ghattu Bheemudu (TDP)
    • Result: Won
  3. 2009
    • Contested For: INC (Indian National Congress)
    • Constituency: Gadwal
    • Opponent: Bandla Krishna Mohan Reddy (TDP)
    • Result: Won
  4. 2014
    • Contested For: INC (Indian National Congress)
    • Constituency: Gadwal
    • Opponent: Bandla Krishna Mohan Reddy (TRS)
    • Result: Won
  5. 2018
    • Contested For: INC (Indian National Congress)
    • Constituency: Gadwal
    • Opponent: Bandla Krishna Mohan Reddy (TRS)
    • Result: Won

Dharmavarapu Kottam Aruna’s journey in the realm of Indian politics is a testament to her unwavering dedication and her ability to adapt to changing political landscapes. Her story serves as an inspiration to many, illustrating the power of resilience and determination in the pursuit of public service.

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