Bhuma Akhila Priya Age, Husband, Family, Children, Biography & More
Bio/Wiki Full NameBhuma Akhila Priya Reddy ProfessionPolitician Famous ForBeing a member of the Bhuma Family, which wields a large influence in the Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh especially Nandyala and Allagadda Physical Stats & More Height (approx.)in centimeters- 163 cm in meters- 1.63 m in feet & inches- 5’ 4” Eye ColourBlack Hair ColourBlack Politics Political PartyTelugu Desam Party (TDP)
Some Lesser Known Facts About Bhuma Akhila Priya
Bhuma’s first marriage was with the son of YS Jaganmohan Reddy‘s maternal uncle. They got married in 2010. However, they both decided to part their ways and filed for a divorce in a year.
She belongs to the influential Bhuma Family of the Kurnool District in Andhra Pradesh. Her grandparents and paternal uncle were involved in the local politics in Andhra Pradesh. Her Father, Bhuma Nagi Reddy was the MLA from the Nadyal Assembly Constituency. Her paternal uncle, Bhuma Sekhar Reddy was also an MLA from the Allagadda District.
Her mother, Shobha Nagi Reddy was the daughter of the former Andhra Pradesh minister S. V. Subbareddy, sister of Nagarathamma (former Minister of Andhra Pradesh) and S. V. Mohan Reddy (MLA from Kurnool District).
Bhuma Akhila Priya’s parents and her maternal grandparents
She also owns a crusher factory in Kondapuram of Dornipadu Mandal, Kurnool in partnership with one of her relatives, Shivarami Reddy.
Reportedly, Akhila Priya wanted Shivarami to hand over the entire crushing unit to her. When Shivarami did not pay attention to her intentions, Akhila Priya’s husband Bhargava Ram interfered and allegedly threatened him. Bhargava with a group of men attacked workers of the crushing unit with weapons on 10 September. Bhargava forcibly locked the Shivarami’s batching plant on 27 September.
Following the story, Shivarami Reddy, filed a case against Bhargava Ram, in October 2019 at the Allahbad Police Station for allegedly obstructing public servant’s duty. Reportedly, he was able to flee when police came to arrest him.
Right after the case was filed against her husband, Akhila Priya accused the police of imposing cases against her husband to restrain her protest after she visited Tummalapalli in Kadapa to take the stock of the pollution caused by uranium mining. Adding to the accusations, she said-
The police have the right to stop us from protesting, but they do not have the right to threaten us by filing false cases.”
She considers the Cabinet Minister for Information Technology, Panchayati Raj and Rural Development in Andhra Pradesh, Lokesh Nara as his brother.
Akhila Priya Tying Rakhi to Lokesh Nara