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  • CREDAI Hyderabad pays homage to N Jaiveer Reddy

    Published on March 13, 2022

    Hyderabad : Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI) Hyderabad organized a condolence meeting in the memory of Mr. N. Jaiveer Reddy, former chairman & president of CREDAI Hyderabad, and the Managing Director of Ashoka Builders & Developers Ltd.  Mr. R.K. Rao, President, and Mr. V. Rajashekhar Reddy, Secretary of CREDAI Hyderabad along with the managing committee members of CREDAI Hyderabad and members of CREDAI remembered his contribution to the industry.

    The charming and charismatic personality of Mr. N. Jaiveer Reddy, a Civil Engineer with a passion to construct new landmarks for the city will be always remembered as one of the founding members of CREDAI in the states by leading and helping organize the real estate sector in AP and Telangana.

    Speaking on the solemn occasion, Mr. R.K. Rao, President CREDAI Hyderabad said, “In N Jaiveer Reddy we always had an affectionate, helpful, and strong leader who was a great builder with a wonderful vision and deep understanding of the business. He was a mentor and guide to many first-time entrepreneurs in the real estate sector. We stand firm with our colleague Jaideep and our thoughts and prayers are with the bereaved family. We hope that the family is able to draw strength to stand tall in this hour of grief.”

     Adding to this Mr. V. Rajashekhar Reddy, Secretary, CREDAI Hyderabad, said “Mr. Jaiveer Reddy has been instrumental in harnessing close collaborative working relationships between our respective members. We at Credai Hydrabad feel the loss of a mentor and a great visionary who was at the forefront of organizing the sector and be a part of the founding team of CREDAI. He always kept the passion of upscaling the industry standards, worked closely with the government to help formulate and modify policies to facilitate the growth and development of the Real Estate sector. He will always be remembered as a smiling mentor, whose words will continue to inspire us to work harder and develop the sector. We pray for the departed soul and hope his soul rests in peace”.


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