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B. Vinod Kumar

B. Vinod Kumar

Full NameB. Vinod Kumar
Date of Birth July 22, 1959
Place of Birth Karimnagar
Country India
Age 62 years, 0 months, 28 days
Horoscope Cancer

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B. Vinod Kumar Biography

Vinod Kumar Boianapalli was born in Karimnagar, Telangana on 22 July 1959. He has a younger brother and a younger sister. His parents are B. Muralidhar Rao and B. Sugunadevi. His father was a state government employee in the revenue department in Warangal district. His paternal family is an agricultural family from Enugal village, Warangal. His maternal family is politically prominent and hails from Nagaram village, Karimnagar. Chennamaneni Rajeshwar Rao, freedom fighter and Communist party leader, Chennamaneni Hanumantha Rao, former Planning Commission member and former Chancellor of University of Hyderabad, Chennameneni Venkateshwar Rao, social worker and Chennamaneni Vidyasagar Rao present Governor of Maharashtra are his maternal uncles. According to Astrologers, zodiac sign is Cancer

Boianapalli Vinod Kumar (born 22 July 1959) is an Indian politician, advocate and Ex Member of Parliament. He represents the Karimnagar constituency of Telangana State and previously represented Hanamkonda in the 14th Lok Sabha (2004-2009). He is one of the founding members of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) party and is presently a politburo member and the party’s deputy Floor Leader in the Lok Sabha.

Vinod Kumar enrolled as a member of the Communist Party of India (CPI) in the late 1970s and held various organizational posts in the party. He was the district assistant secretary in Warangal and went on to become a member of the state council. Apart from his political activism he also participated in various people’s movements, national and international seminars on world peace and was an active member of the Indo-Soviet cultural society.

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B. Vinod Kumar Net Worth

B. Vinod Kumar is one of the richest Former Member Of Parliament & listed on most popular Former Member Of Parliament. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, B. Vinod Kumar net worth is approximately $1 Million - $3 Million.

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Vinod Kumar enrolled as an advocate in the year 1984. He practiced as a lawyer in Warangal district till 1998. Later, he started his practice in the Andhra Pradesh High Court at Hyderabad. He is a member of the Andhra Pradesh Bar Council.

Through his efforts, a power project was set up at Bhupalapally coal belt in Warangal district. It was in partnership with the Government of Andhra Pradesh and the Rural Electrification Corporation at a total cost of Rs. 2000 crore.

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When the Telangana Movement was renewed in the late 1990s, Vinod Kumar was at the forefront. He participated in many debates, seminars and round table meetings on the backwardness of the Telangana region vis-a-vis Coastal Andhra. Along with K. Chandrashekar Rao, he was a founding member of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) party which was launched on 27 April 2001 with the sole agenda of forming a separate Telangana state with Hyderabad as capital. Since then he began playing a key role in the TRS party and the Telangana movement.

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In the 2004 Lok Sabha elections he contested from Hanamkonda in Warangal and won it with the highest percentage of votes in Andhra Pradesh. As a Member of Parliament he played an important role along with TRS party chief K. Chandrashekar Rao in convincing 32 political parties on the issue of Telangana statehood. At the outset there was virtually no national-level support and the movement was dismissed as a ploy by politicians to grab power. However through persistent dialogue parties were brought on board and eventually letters of support were taken and submitted to the Pranab Mukherjee sub-committee which was set up to examine the statehood demand. He protested against the UPA for not keeping its promise of delivering Telangana by resigning from his Lok Sabha seat in March 2008. However the seat was regained by him in the subsequent by-election. As a people’s representative, he undertook many developmental activities for his constituency.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Former Member Of Parliament. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in India. B. Vinod Kumar celebrates birthday on July 22 of every year.

Karimnagar town is the only district headquarters in Telangana which is not connected to the state headquarters. The 146 km Manoharabad-Kothapalli railway line passes Vemulawada, which houses the famous Sri Raja Rajeshwara Swamy Temple known as Dakshina Kashi. It then goes via Sircilla and Siddipet towns and aims to connect Karimnagar to Secunderabad. The line was first proposed by the current Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao when he was the MP for Karimnagar during 2004-09 and was subsequently pursued by Vinod Kumar. The Centre agreed to the proposal on the condition that the State government share one-third cost of construction of the railway project, provide land free of cost and also bear annuity for the first five years after commissioning of the project. The State government agreed to the conditions and Kumar’s efforts were fruitful when Rs. 20 crore was sanctioned in the union rail budget 2015–16 for the line. The government of Telangana has also released funds for acquiring land for the railway.

National Highway 163 was formerly known as NH 202 Hyderabad-Bhopalpatnam passes through Warangal and was widened due to the intervention of Vinod Kumar as it was the site of frequent accidents. A particularly major one on Independence Day 2005 took ten lives and injured forty-five and this prompted Kumar to raise and pursue the issue of widening NH 202. His persistent intervention in Parliament also resulted in the construction of a high level bridge which crosses the Godavari river near Etunagaram village to cross the border into Bhopalapatnam in Chhattisgarh.

The city of Warangal suffered from shortages of drinking water supply. Vinod took up the issue and tried to get the city included within the eligibility list for the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewable Mission (JNNURM). However, as a population of 10 lakh was required the city could not be included. Nevertheless, his efforts resulted in Warangal municipal corporation being given Rs. 178 crore in 2007 for implementing a drinking water project. This project aimed at improving the drinking water system for the city and included plans for increasing the storage capacity of the Dharmasagar and Bhadrakali tanks, connecting them through pipelines to existing filter beds and constructing new filter beds. The plan was successfully executed and met the drinking water needs of the city.

The kalyanamandapam of the iconic thousand pillar temple of Hanamkonda was dilapidated and its restoration work was pending for many years. After becoming an MP Kumar raised the issue in 2007 with the then Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy, the Centre as well as the Archaeological Survey of India. The Centre released funds of Rs. 3 crores after his persistent intervention. The subsequent pace of restoration picked up and is now close to completion.

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