Former Chittoor MLA Satyaprabha dies
She checked favorable for COVID-19 in October and was going through treatment in Bengaluru.
She evaluated positive for COVID-19 in October and was going through treatment in Bengaluru.
D.A. Satyaprabha, previous Chittoor MLA, died on Thursday after a prolonged health problem at Vaidehi Institute of Medical Sciences in Bengaluru. She was 70.
She tested positive for COVID-19 in early October and her condition turned crucial on November 3.
Born at Sadum in Chittoor district, she did her enlisting in Bengaluru. She was an ardent fan of Sathya Sai Baba.
Satyaprabha married industrialist D.K. Audikesavulu Naidu, who got chosen as the Telugu Desam Celebration MP from Chittoor in 2004, besides functioning as the TTD chairman twice.
After the demise of Naidu in 2009, Satyaprabha got in politics and successfully objected to from Chittoor as TDP MLA prospect2014 She continued the activities of Srinivasa Trust, focussing on solving the issue of drinking water in backwoods of Rayalaseema area.
In 2019, she objected to from the Rajampeta Lok Sabha constituency but lost to the YSR Congress Celebration. She had a six-year-long stint with the TDP and was recently reappointed as its national vice-president. She is made it through by a kid and two children.
According to relative, the last rites of the left leader would be carried out in Bengaluru on Friday afternoon. Senior TDP leaders from Rayalaseema area expressed their acknowledgements.
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