- O. Pulla Reddy (1964– )
- M. V. Rao
- I. V. Subba Rao ( –2003)
- S. Raghu Vardhan Reddy
- D. Jagannadha Raju
- P. Raghava Reddy ( –2011)
- V. Nagi Reddy (– PRESENT)
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