Ex-Corporate of 29th Division, Karimnagar, TRS, Telangana
Jakkani Umapathi was the Ex-Corporate of the 29th Division in Karimnagar from the Congress Party.
He was Born on 17-07-1974 to Mallesham in Karimnagar. In 1991, He completed SSC Standard from the Loyola School Shiv Mandir, Karimnagar, and completed Intermediate in 1993 from the Loyola College, Vijayawada.
In 1994, He attained Degree (B.SC) from the SRR College, Karimnagar.
In 1998, He Started his Political Journey with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and was the Party Activist.
He completed Prathamika Shiksha Vardha and Shariraka Prathama Vardha at Saraswathi Shishu Mandhir.
He joined the Indian National Congress Party(INC). He was the Active Member in INC.
In 2004, He was Served as Division President of the Congress Party. In 2005, He was elected as Corporate of 29th Division in Karimnagar. In 2010, He was Served as Corporate of 2nd Division in Karimnagar.
In 2015, He was Served as the Corporate of 29th Division in Karimnagar from the Congress Party.
From 2000-2015, He was the Hat-trick Corporator of the 29th Division in Karimnagar from the Congress Party. In 2019, Umapathi joined the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Party and was the Active Member of TRS.
- Umapathi helped the old and poor people in the village by providing the basic essentials to them for survival and also assisted them during financial crises.
- He financially assisted the poor people in the village and also helped them in all possible ways when needed.
- He extended his services by assisting poor people who are deeply affected by the assassination of their families by donating a certain amount for their well-being.
- Money was donated to the families of the poor during the wedding to support their families financially.
- He participated in many social Programs and involved in Rasta Roko, Bike Rallies, and Dharnas for the recognition Party.
- If anyone in the village encounters any problem, Saidulu will be at the forefront of the problem.
- Umapathi is not limited to his services to the village but also extends to the people of the entire district.