Born on July 1, 1949, in Nellore, Andhra Pradesh, Muppavarapu Venkaiah Naidu is an Indian government official and the present Vice-President of India since 11 August of 2017. He finished his primary education from Zilla Parishad High School in Nellore and sought after his graduate degree in diplomatic and political studies from V. R. School.
Afterward, he obtained a four-year college education in international law in Visakhapatnam from Andhra University College of Law. In the Rashtriya Swayam sevak Sangh, he became swayam sevak and joined ABVP amid his college days. The understudies chose him as the president of the student' association of colleges subsidiary to the Andhra University.
He came into the notice for his conspicuous part in the 1972 Jai Andhra Movement. KakaniVenkataRatnam drove the movement from Vijayawada whereas Naidu involved himself in the tumult in Nellor that canceled a year later. In 1974, he became the anti-corruption activist Jayaprakash Narayan’s Chhatra Sangharsh Samiti convener, of Andhra Pradesh. He rampaged against the emergency and later detained.
From 1977– 80, he was the leader of its youth wing. Both as an understudy pioneer and political figure, Naidu gained quality as a splendid speaker, who vivaciously championed the reason for the agriculturists and the improvement of in backward regions.
His political activism and oratory skills impelled his political vocation, and people chose him as an MLA from Udaygiri voting demographic in Nellore locale to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly twice in 1978 and 1983. He rose to wind up a standout amongst the most well-known pioneers of the BJP in Andhra Pradesh. After serving in different BJP’s hierarchical posts at the local and national level, people chose him as an individual from the Rajya Sabha in 1998 from Karnataka.
They re-elected him twice from Karnataka in 2004 and 2010. He filled in as the party representative from 1996 to 2000. Not at all like most government officials from southern India, Naidu attempted to ace Hindi, going ahead to address open rallies in northern India.
After the NDA triumph in the general elections of 1999, he turned into Rural Development’s Union Cabinet Minister in the legislature headed by AtalBihari Vajpayee, the Prime Minister. He is best known for forcefully pushing for changes in provincial improvement and the numerous plans presented amid this period such as the 'Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana'.
He succeeded Jana Krishnamurthi in 2003 as the National President of the BJP party. On 28 January of 2004, people chose him unopposed for an entire three-year term. After the thrashing of the BJP-drove NDA in the general election of 2004, he surrendered from his post on 18 October of 2004 and prevailed by L. K. Advani. However, he stayed at the cutting edge as one of its senior VPs of the BJP and a vital campaigner.
Naidu brought up Special Status in Rajya Sabhato Andhra Pradesh issue and requested classification state status to AP. The Prime Minister consented to it, however, it excluded in the AP Reorganization Act-2. Following the notable victory of the BJP in the general decisions of 2014, he confirmed as the Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and Urban Development on 26 May of 2014.
Naidu additionally involved with the Swarna Bharat Trust, a social administration association established by him in Nellore. The trust runs a school for poor, stranded and uncommon necessities kids and bestows independent work preparing programs, particularly for ladies and youth. The BJP nominated him, and he won the election for the Rajya Sabha from Rajasthan on 29 May of 2016.
He simultaneously filled in as Minister of Information and Broadcasting on 5 July of 2016. He surrendered from the two workplaces to contest the Vice-President race of 2017 a year later. He won and became the '15th Vice President of India. He got 516 votes against UPA applicant Gopalkrishna Gandhi, who obtained 244 votes.