P. Appalanarasimham

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P. Appalanarasimham
Member of Legislative Assembly
In office
1983 - 1984
Preceded by Gudivada Appanna
Succeeded by Alla Ramachandra Rao
Constituency Pendurthi
Member of Parliament
In office
1984 - 1989
Preceded by SRAS Appalanaidu
Succeeded by Konathala Rama Krishna
Constituency Anakapalli
Personal details
Born 1938
Nagulopally, Visakhapatnam district
Children 3; 1 son and 2 daughters
Website [1]

Petakamsetti Appala Narasimham, shortly P. Appalanarasimham (1938 - ?) was an Indian Parliament member.[1]

He was born at Nagulopolly village, Anakapally Taluk, Vishakhapatnam district in June, 1938.

He was Member of Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly between 1983 and 1984. He was elected from Pendurthi constituency as an Independent candidate.[2]

He was chairman of Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority (VUDA) in 1984.[3]

He was elected to the 8th Lok Sabha from Anakapalli (Lok Sabha constituency) as a candidate of Telugu Desam Party in 1984.

His son P.G.V.R. Naidu was also a Member of Legislative Assembly in Andhra pradesh.

His bronze statue was erected in his memory at the Diamond Park in Visakhapatnam in 2009.[4]