Muvvala Perumallu Remembered

People are not following the democratic centralism concept, which is leading to several

Published: 10th August 2014 10:28 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th August 2014 10:28 AM   |  A+A-

VIJAYAWADA:  People are not following the democratic centralism concept, which is leading to several problems in the society. Instead of values and human relations, the importance is being given to money and position, Andhra Pradesh High court justice B Chandra Kumar has said.

Delivering the memorial speech of Muvvala Perumallu organised by Jayanth Publications and Jana Vignana Vedika (JVV) on the occasion of his birth anniversary here Saturday, Chandra Kumar said that Perumallu worked hard for the welfare of the society through his publications and stands as the inspiration for future generations.

Senior journalist and editor of a vernacular daily C Raghavachari said that though most of his publications were criticised by many, he always tried to reflect the truth through his publications.

Later, Chandra Kumar unveiled the book, ‘Ekkadiki Prasthanam’ written by Brahma Reddy. Well known poet Manepalli Hrishi Kesava Rao, popularly known as Nagnamuni (one of the six ‘Digambara Kavulu’) was felicitated by Jayanth Publications directors Muvvala Subbaramaiah and Syama Sambhaiah on the occasion.


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