Shobha Nagi Reddy, on 23rd April night around 11.30 PM , was severely injured in a road accident. She was returning from Nandyal where she was campaigning for YSRCP.Her car lost control and dived off the road injuring the driver and Shoba Nagi Reddy severely. 

Reportedly her car overturned four times, and she was flung out, sustaining grievous injuries on her head and neck. She was shifted to Care Hospital in Hyderabad after preliminary treatment at Suraksha hospital in Nandyal.  She sustained severe injuries to her head which rendered her unconscious and her condition is said to be extremely critical.She took her last breath at 11.05Am while undergoing the treatment at care hospital.


Bhuma Shobha Nagireddy (16 November 1968 – 24 April 2014) is a politician from Andhra Pradesh, India. She represented the Allagadda constituency in the present Legislative Assembly of Andhra Pradesh, before resigning due to political turmoil in her party.She served as the chairperson of Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) for two years and is  the only woman to hold that position. She was the spokesperson for the Prajarajyam party, having previously been General Secretary and also a state committee member in the Telugu Desam Party and in charge of its Ananthapur district section. Recently, she left the Prajarajyam party and joined newly formed YSR Congress. And presently Deputy floor Leader of YSR Congress Party. Her husband is also a politician (BHUMA NAGI REDDY) served twice as an MLA (Allagadda) and thirice as an M P (Nandyal).

Bhuma Shoba Nagireddy became actively involved in politics in 1996, prior to which she was a housewife. Her husband, Bhuma Nagireddy, was elected as a Member of Parliamentand so had to resign his post as a Member of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly for the Allagadda constituency. Fighting as a candidate of the Telugu Desam Party, she was elected to the vacant Assembly seat with a record 27,000 majority in the by-election.

It soon became apparent that Nagireddy had political abilities, her oratory skills caused the party president and then Chief Minister, Nara Chandrababu Naidu, to assign party duties to her. She rose to state level and became the first woman to serve as chairperson of APSRTC. She was elected four times to the Assembly.
In 2004, she was asked to contest the Nandyal constituency for a seat in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Parliament of India. She was unsuccessful in that bid due to general changes in the political landscape, the severe drought conditions in the Rayalaseema region in which she operated, and the charisma that her opponent, Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy, held among agriculturists. Later, in 2008, she and her husband joined the newly formed Prajarajyam party.

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Bhuma Shobha Nagireddy is the younger daughter of S. V. Subba Reddy, a senior politician and ex-minister of Andhra Pradesh. She was born and raised in Allagadda, where she studied up to Intermediate level. Her Younger brother, S. V. Mohan Reddy Ex M L C, is also a politician. She married Bhuma Nagireddy in 1986 and the couple have three children
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