Moturu Hanumantha Rao
|Moturu Hanumantha Rao|
3 April 1988 to 2 April 1994
|Died||18 June 2001
|Political party||Communist Party of India (Marxist)|
Moturu Hanumantha Rao was a Communist party leader in the state of Andhra Pradesh, South India. He was the founder-Editor of the Communist newspaper Prajasakti published from Vijayawada. Prajasakti was brought out as a daily under the leadership of P. Sundarayya and editorship of Moturu Hanumantha Rao on 1 August 1981, when the first issue was released by E. M. S. Namboodiripad. (i) Madras Legislative Assembly and Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly, 1952–55, (ii) Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council, 1978–84 and (iii) Rajya Sabha, 3-4-1988 to 2-4-1994; Chairman, Department-related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Industry, Rajya Sabha, 1993–94; Secretary, Andhra Pradesh State Committee of CPI (M), 1964–82; Author of a few books.
He died in 2001.
- Prajasakti: http://www.prajasakti.com/
- "Archive News". The Hindu. Retrieved 2016-12-01.
- "Prajasakti Daily Celebrates Silver Jubilee". Pd.cpim.org. Retrieved 2016-12-01.
- "Rajyasabha Members Biological Sketches 1952-2003" (PDF).
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