Tanguturi Anjaiah

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Tanguturi Anjaiah
7th Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh
In office
11 October 1980 – 24 February 1982
Preceded by Marri Chenna Reddy
Succeeded by Bhavanam Venkatarami Reddy
Member of the Indian Parliament
for Secunderabad
In office
31 December 1984 – 27 November 1989
Preceded by P. Shiv Shankar
Succeeded by T. Manemma
Personal details
Born 1929
Hyderabad, Hyderabad State, British India
Died 1986 (aged 67 years)
Political party Congress (I)
Spouse(s) T. Manemma
Children 1 Sons and 4 Daughters
Residence Bhanoor, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
Religion Hinduism

Tanguturi Anjaiah (1919–1986) was the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, India from October 1980 to February 1982.

Early life[edit]

Tanguturi Anjaiah was born in Hyderabad.

Career[edit]

Anjaiah rose from a being worker at Hyderabad Allwyn Limited in Hyderabad to become a trade union leader and later Union Labour Minister.[1]

As the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, he was known for his accommodating politics; his cabinet of ministers was 72 member strong.[2] and the biggest in the history of Andhra Pradesh.

He was insulted in public by Rajiv Gandhi, son of the then prime minister of India Indira Gandhi, at the Hyderabad Airport. This was one of the incidents adverted to by N. T. Rama Rao, when he started the Telugu Desam Party whose objective was to restore the self-respect (Athma Gauravam) of Telugus.[3][dead link][4]

When Indira Gandhi replaced Anjaiah from the position of Chief Minister, he is believed to have remarked "I came by the grace of Madam and I am going under her orders; I don't know why I came... and why I am going."[citation needed]

Lumbini Park in Hyderabad was renamed as Anjaiah Lumbini park on his memory in 2006.[5]

Personal life[edit]

Anjaiah was married to T. Manemma. She served as a Secunderabad MP and as the Member of the Legislative Assembly for Musheerabad. They have a son name T.Srinivas Reddy and four daughters.

See also[edit]

List of Chief Ministers of Andhra Pradesh

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