Andhra: Maharaja Institute of Medical Sciences Founder, Educationalist Alluri Murthy Raju passes away
Andhra Pradesh: In an unfortunate event, a famous educationalist and founder of the Maharaja Institute of Medical Sciences (MIMS), Alluri Murthy Raju (84) has passed away due to heart attack in a private hospital on Monday. The sudden death of the Chairman and founder of MIMS has brought grief into the medical community.
According to a recent media report, the deceased was tested COVID negative and he was also discharged from the hospital. After being discharged from the hospital, he suddenly collapsed and passed away on the spot. Murthy Raju helped several poor students from rural tribal areas and urban areas. He provided free education to needy students who are well established now. Murthy Raju received Rashtriya Ratan (Gold Medical for Excellency) National Award in November 2001, and Pride of India award in January 2002 for his meritorious services rendered particularly in the field of education.