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Striving for all round development of Telangana

Striving for all round development of Telangana
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Dr Kacham Satyanarayana Gupta was born on October 5, 1965 in a Vysya family of Ammanabolu village of Narketpalli mandal of Nalgonda district. He was born to Kacham Bikshumayya and Lakshmamma.  He did his education in Ammanabolu and Hyderabad. He holds MA and LLB degrees and obtained PGDCA (MSW).

Dr Kacham Satyanarayana Gupta was born on October 5, 1965 in a Vysya family of Ammanabolu village of Narketpalli mandal of Nalgonda district. He was born to Kacham Bikshumayya and Lakshmamma. He did his education in Ammanabolu and Hyderabad. He holds MA and LLB degrees and obtained PGDCA (MSW).

Later, he started career as a teacher. While working as a teacher, he used to support his colleagues, weaker and down-trodden sections according to his capacity. Not satisfied with the teaching career and to serve society, Dr Satyanarayana resigned from teacher’s job in 2001 and plunged into politics. He joined Telugu Rashtra Samiti (TRS) party, which was floated by K Chandrashekar Rao at Jaladrussyam in Hyderabad, to resist the injustice being done to the Telangana region and also to end the discrimination and exploitation of the people from the region.

Finding the TRS as the right forum to express his views and ideology, he joined the TRS and worked in the outfit at various levels. He is continuing his journey with the TRS. He worked as the TRS commercial division president, TRS state unit secretary and LB Nagar Assembly constituency in charge. He worked in various capacities in the by-elections held so far. While KCR led the movement for Telangana in 2009, the person who breathed life into the movement and the person who groomed his constituency as a replica of the movement was none other than Dr Satyanarayana, whose efforts were lauded by one and all.

While continuing his stint in politics, Dr Satyanarayana as a person of social awareness and service mindedness floated Kancham Foundation to implement several service activities. The foundation supported several students from weaker and down-trodden sections, poor and orphaned students financially to help pursue their education. Text books were given free of cost to scores of students. To demonstrate his love for environmental protection, he donated the expenditure of his daughter’s birthday to the GHMC’s Haritaharam project titled Green Tree.

The foundation also distributed tricycles among the physically and mentally challenged persons. It also donated books in Brailie to the visually challenged students. As the youth are the future of the country and its security depended on them, he donated play equipment to the NCC students of ZPHS at Angola to help improve their physical fitness. As he was well aware of the fact that country is home to several faiths and Telangana is the birthplace of communal harmony, he organized Iftar parties not only in Hyderabad but also across the State.

He floated the Telangana Federation of Trade Unions as the workers formed the backbone of the country. He brought them under one umbrella and fulfilled their needs and solved their problems. When the Movement for Statehood to Telangana was at its peak, he was disturbed at the loss of lives. He felt that it was not sufficient if he were to fight for statehood alone. He felt that everyone should know about human values. He joined International Human Rights Associations (IHRA) and conducted discussions on human rights and sensitised people on human rights.

As India is a democratic and secular country, he wanted everyone to know activities of the country. Therefore, he floated Samachara Hakku Vikasa Samiti and he was the founder honorary president of the samiti. He arranged awareness programmes on right to information with the help of renowned RTI activists and RTI commissioners. In recognition of his activities of sensitising people on various issues, creating social awareness among the people through the Kacham Foundation, the Peace University of the USA honoured him with an honorary doctorate.

As a person of commitment for Telangana and language of the land, to preserve the dialect of the land and Telangana literature, he started Kacham Publications. He published the History of Telangana and martyrs who had laid down their lives for the sake of their motherland. He also started Kacham Sports Foundation to provide basic and infrastructural amenities for the benefit of many a rural sportspersons.

To demonstrate his love for environmental protection and to hand over clean environment to the posterity, he contributed his mite in banning the plastic bags and encouraged people to use jute bags in their lieu. He created awareness among people on the use of jute bags. He donated jute bags to the GHMC deputy commissioner Krishnaiah and Assistant Medical and Health Officer Dr Mallikarjun.

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