Killi Krupa Rani

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Killi Krupa Rani
Member of Parliament
In office
Preceded by Kinjarapu Yerran Naidu
Succeeded by Rammohan Naidu Kinjarapu
Constituency Srikakulam
Personal details
Born (1965-11-19) 19 November 1965 (age 52)
Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh
Political party Indian National Congress
Spouse(s) Rammohan Rao
Children 2. Killi vikranth ( married to Dr.Divya Sahitya) , Killi Kranthi kumar
Residence Tekkali
Profession doctor, politician, social worker

Dr. Killi Krupa Rani (born 19 November 1965) is an Indian politician. She is a former member of the Indian Parliament and previously represents Srikakulam during 2009 to 2014.[1] she belongs to Indian National Congress.

Early life[edit]

Killi Krupa Rani was born in Srikakulam and did her M.B.B.S. at Andhra Medical College, Visakhapatanam, Andhra Pradesh. Killi got married to Shri Rammohan Rao on 12 June 1985 and the couple has two sons, Killi Vikranth and Killi Kranthi Kumar.


Dr. Killi Krupa Rani was born to Shri.Kamayya and Smt.Kousalya of srikakulam. Shri kamayya worked as a Divisional Engineer, Telecommunications, visakhapatnam. She is married to Dr.Killi Ram mohan rao, a renowned Gynaecologist&obstertician and Social worker who established the "Dr. Rammohan Rao charitable trust". The couple is blessed with two sons Vikranth and Kranthi kumar. Killi Vikranth graduated in biotechnological engineering and diversified into business administration. He is currently working with Grant Thornton (a Fortune 500 company) as a vice-president, business administration and is married to Dr. Divya sahitya. Killi kranthi kumar is a computer science engineer by profession.


Dr. Killi Kruparani is a Medical Practitioner by education. As a Convenor, Dr. Rammohan Rao Charitable Trust, for the last 20 years, she has worked towards providing free drinking water supply in rural areas, free medical camps,free deliveries, free cataract operations to the blind, pensions to the aged and needy, encouraging students by conducting talent tests and by giving scholarships.[2]

She entered politics and joined the Indian National Congress party, on the eve of completion of Dr. YS Rajashekar reddy's padhayatra. Despite losing the parliament election in 2004, she won in 2009, defeating four-time MP, Yerran Naidu.[3][dead link]

She was inducted into the 15th Lok Sabha and Manmohan Singh's cabinet as Minister of State, Communications and Information Technology. She was a Member, Committee on Health and Family Welfare; Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of External Affairs and Member, Central Social Welfare Board.


Dr. Killi is an avid reader and takes an interest in music, history, literature and travelling. She also published a book entitled The 100 years saga of Nehru's family.[2] She is a dedicated social worker.


  1. ^ "Profile of Members". Government of India. Retrieved 1 March 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "DoT Page". DoT. Archived from the original on 6 July 2013. Retrieved 14 February 2014. 
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