Munugala Sudhaker Reddy ( Telugu : మునుగాల సుధాకర్ రెడ్డి ) (born 09 july 1957) was the Sarpanch for three times in a row for these villages Chinna Gollapally, Galvagudem, Anantha Reddy Gudem and Peddha Gollapally in Ranga Reddy district in Andhra Pradesh, India between 1988-2001. It falls under Shamshabad mandal. The villagers were convinced for giving their lands for the prestigious project of the country by this man by sacrificing his political future for their welfare from the jobs they get from the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad after its construction over there in 1998.

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Category:Villages in Ranga Reddy district Category:Living people

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