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Marri Adithya Reddy

Marri Adithya Reddy is youth leader committed to addressing social issues, infrastructural problems, human rights, women's rights, education, youth employment and affairs related to the welfare of the farmer.

Marri Adithya Reddy | Politician | Youth Leader | Telangana

Marri Adithya Reddy is youth leader committed to addressing social issues, infrastructural problems, human rights, women's rights, education, youth employment and affairs related to the welfare of the farmer.

About | Marri Adithya Reddy | Candidate of Telangana | 2018 Election | Marri Adithya Reddy

Marr Adithyai Reddy is the grandson of the great Dr. Marri Channa Reddy who was two times CM of Andhra Pradesh and governor to four states (Punjab, Tamil Nadu, UP and Rajasthan) across his impressive political career.

Marri Adithya Reddy | Healthcare | Election 2018

Marri Adithya Reddy works to provide affordable health care for all

Marri Adithya Reddy | Agriculture | Work | Helping Farmers

Marri Adithya Reddy work in the agriculture sector to reduce farmer suicides by helping farmers adopt technology and agriculture best practices and creating a network works across food-value system.

Marri Adithya Reddy | Vote for Balloon | Tandur

Vote for Marri Adithya Reddy. Vote for Balloon, Marri Adithya Reddy and his family has worked to improve upon the living conditions of the people infrastructure, education and employment-related issues of the state and he fights on the side of the gracious people of Tandur

Tandur Roads | Marri Adithya Reddy

The status of roads, bridges and railways is critical to economic development and public safety. However, for the citizens of Tandur, poorly maintained roadways and traffic congestion have become the new normal.

Marri Adithya Reddy | Tandur Pollution | Pollution And Drought Looms Over Tandur

Surrounded by several granite, limestone and cement units, pollution concerns have long been part of life in Tandur. In fact, one of the biggest contributors to pollution are the cement manufacturing units that have already been subject to scrutiny by the Central Pollution Control Board(CPCB) last year, who directed three cement manufacturing units in Tandur and its surrounding areas to shut down their operations for being unable to meet with the emissions standards set by them.

Tandur Hospitals | Marri Adithya Reddy

Across Tandur, families are struggling with access to acceptablestandards of healthcare. Hospitals in the district have long beenimpacted by a number of factors: staff shortage, non-functioningequipment, medicine unavailability, lack of basic sanitation anddrinking water and corrupt staff collecting extra money from patients,among many other issues. Despite receiving an ample amount offunding for modernisation, the scenario hasn’t changed much.

Tandur Agriculture | Marri Adithya Reddy

Tandur’s red gram harvest is looking weak. Two months ago, several analysts decreased their estimates for Tandur’s red gram crop yields on account of bad weather. Dry spells in the main growing region had turned the crops dry. Despite the little rainfall that offered them some relief, the moisture required during the flowering stage earlier in the year had already sealed their fate.