Expressing condolences to the bereaved family members of RTI activist and Lok Satta Party district secretary T. Rajamouli, who died of heart stroke four days ago, Lok Satta Udyama Samstha State president D.V.V.S. Varma said that the party State unit would conduct annual memorial lectures in memory of Rajamouli, who crusaded against corruption and implementation of Right to Information Act.

Participating in a condolence meeting organised in memory of T. Rajamouli here at Film Bhavan on Sunday by around 17 organisations including Lok Satta, Karimnagar Film Society, Karimnagar Consumers’ Council, Jana Vignana Vedika, Lions Club and others, Mr. Varma recollected the services of Rajamouli in upholding the values of democracy and his crusade against corruption.

Presiding over the meeting, Karimnagar Consumers’ Council leader Prakash Holla said that several voluntary organisations have decided to give annual merit awards to two SSC toppers and also an annual award to a whistle-blower for using the Right to Information Act to check corruption.

Though Rajamouli was a school assistant, he had actively participated in social service programmes without neglecting his teaching profession, he added.

Lok Satta district president N. Srinivas, who is in the US, sent his condolence message through email which read “I had lost a best friend with social commitment. He (Rajamouli) was a true Indian, who fought against corruption, for consumer rights, democratic reforms with total commitment”.

He called upon the people to take a pledge to strive to fulfil his agendas for the wellbeing of the society.

Karimnagar MP Ponnam Prabhakar, former MLC Naradasu Laxman Rao, former legislator K. Satyanaryana Goud, APUWJ State president Somasundaram, Lok Satta Party president Katari Srinivas Rao, Karimnagar Consumers’ Council leaders Chokka Reddy, R. Chandraprabhakar, Karimnagar Film Society leader V. Anand and others were also present.