Kalvakuntla Kavitha: Telangana CM KCR Tanai, TRS MLC Kavitha, who is advancing like I am for those in trouble, once again expressed his service qualities. For Sarita, who is in great grief after losing her husband ….
Kalvakuntla Kavitha: Telangana CM KCR Tanai, TRS MLC Kavitha, who is advancing like I am for those in trouble, once again expressed his service qualities. Sarita, who was saddened by the loss of her husband, was tapped on the shoulder and assured. Emmelsie Kalwakuntla is a bastard for a family vulnerable to harassment by China killer applications. In addition to the job, Emmelsie Kavita assured the victim’s wife that she would take on the responsibility of educating her three daughters. Chandramohan, a resident of Gundla Pochampally in Medchal district, committed suicide in January after he could not bear the harassment of China loan applications. Chandramohan committed suicide after being harassed by repeated phone calls, despite paying six times more than the loan he had taken. With this, the situation of Chandramohan’s wife Sarita and three daughters became impassable. Emmelsie Kavitha, who came to know about the matter, assured Chandramohan that he would be there for the family.
On Sunday Sarita, her three children met Emelsie Kavita. The Emelsie poem, which consoled Sarita, is said to be completely eloquent. The three children were promised higher education and help until they got jobs. Emmelsie assured Kavita Sarita that she should contact him immediately whenever any problem arose. Sarita’s family members thanked Emelsie Kavita Gari, who assured her that she would support her family and be completely supportive. No matter how busy you are in political and social activities, you are quick to respond when it comes to helping those in distress. He has also helped many people in the past by looking at messages on Twitter. Locals are overjoyed that the Emelsi poem stands as a beacon for the Sarita family who have succumbed to the killer app.
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