Someone has rightfully said that the beauty of politics is in serving the people. This is the reason why YS Chowdary decided to run for office in 2010. Through the CSR division of the Sujana Group, he had done everything he could to support and give back to the community. He even established a trust to advance this goal. But even so, it didn’t seem sufficient. It was then, that Sujana Chowdary started his political journey.
Rajya Sabha from Andhra Pradesh elected YS Chowdary as a member of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) . This was just the beginning. TDP elected Sujana Chowdary as parliamentary leader on June 4 in 2014.
YS Chowdary was a member of the Union Council of Ministers. He was appointed to the position of Minister of State for Science and Technology.
He was also a part of the Indo-Singapore Parliamentary Friendship Group. A position he enjoyed as the two nations worked to improve their mutual relations.
YS Chowdary Political Career
He participated in the Parliamentary Forum on Youth. The Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Commerce of the Indian government.
In June 2019, YS Chowdary and three other TDP members—CM Ramesh, TG Venkatesh, and G Mohan Rao—joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Sujana Chowdary took on his new post with great excitement and started working toward nation building. Being a strong proponent of putting one’s country before oneself, he started acting more proactively to improve the neighborhood.
His choice to adopt two villages through the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY) programme, showed his dedication to the area and the people he supports.
On October 11, 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced an initiative, encouraging each member of Parliament to adopt at least one village and take on the responsibility for its growth.
Sujana Group of Companies
Sujana Group of Companies has evolved into a diversified business with a growing global footprints. Spanning across the United States of America, Singapore, Hong Kong, Mauritius, and United Arab Emirates, among others. It has presence in a wide range of sectors and industries, including but not limited to telecommunications, power infrastructure, infrastructure, mining, healthcare, international trade, and more recently, the hybrid Green Energy space
Sujana Chowdary adopted Ponnavaram, close to Vijayawada, and Palaparru, in the Guntur district, as part of this program. The two settlements have undergone remarkable transformations. YS Chowdary started a programme of reconstruction and change because he firmly believed that three essential pillars of nation-building were high standards for education, healthcare, and the environment.
Digital learning was introduced in the schools in Ponnavaram and Palaparru, and free Wi-Fi and books were made available. To raise living standards, expand healthcare, and enhance sanitation, medical camps were set up, and toilets and drainage systems were built. Sujana Chowdary assumed responsibility for the two villages’ physical, social, cultural, institutional, and infrastructural development, which had a significant impact on the people’ quality of life.
YS Chowdary also known as Sujana Chowdary’s life revolves around serving the public.