Mothey Vedakumari

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Mothey Vedakumari
Member of Parliament
In office
1957 - 1962
Succeeded by V. Vimala Devi
Constituency Eluru
Personal details
Born (1931-09-24) 24 September 1931 (age 86)
Eluru, Andhra Pradesh, India
Political party Indian National Congress

Mothey Vedakumari M.A. is an Indian parliamentarian[1] and singer.

She was born at Eluru, Andhra Pradesh on 24 September 1931. Her father is Mothey Narayana Rao.

She was secretary of the Students' Congress, Eluru. She was secretary, West Godavari Branch of All India Women's Conference. She has started an institution for giving free coaching to women in Hindi, tailoring, typewriting etc.

She was recognized by All India Radio as first-class artiste and broadcasts Carnatic music regularly.

She was elected to 2nd Lok Sabha from Eluru constituency in 1957 as a member of Indian National Congress.

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