Several discriminations in the society, some people are still facing becasue of their caste and religion said Dr. Samaram on occassion of the release of autobiography ‘Sankellanu Tenchukuntu’ meaning Breaking Barriers,of Former CS Kaki Madhva Rao.
DR Samarm also recalled that Dr BR Ambedkar faced discrimination since childhood.
Former Chief Secretary of undivided Andhra Pradesh Madhava Rao said he mentioned several experiences of his life in his autobiography ‘Sankellanu Tenchukuntu’ meaning Breaking Barriers, which was released by noted Physician G Samaram in a meeting presided over by Dr PV Ramesh on Tuesday at Tummalapalli Kshetrayya Kalakshetram.The first copy was given to Vemula Radhika, mother of the late Vemula Rohit. Madhava Rao said “So many higher officials as well as former Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao, and Chief Ministers NTR, Chandrababu Naidu, Janardhan Reddy and Kotla Vijayawada Bhaskar Reddy encouraged and suggested me to be honest during my service. I faced discrimination as a Dalit during my childhood. My father used to beat me and my mother stopped me from studying. I endured many such things and still studied.”
He recalled how he was insulted by the then CS for applying for his first leave as a collector. “I was transferred to New Delhi. Such issues were not revealed in the autobiography” he said. The former chief secretary credited his development as an IAS officer to his parents and his seniors.