Ram Sundar Das

Ram Sundar Das
Ram Sundar Das

Name :    Shri Ram Sundar Das

Father’s Name :  Late Shri Teni Das

Date of Birth :    1921-01-09

Birth Place :    Gangajal, P.O. Sonpur, Distt. Saran ( Bihar )

Spouse Name :    Smt. Savita Devi

Permanent Address : Vill. and P.O. Kharika, Distt. Saran, Bihar

Educational Qualifications :

Matriculate Educated at S.P.S., Sonpur, Distt. Saran, Bihar and Vidyasagar College, Calcutta (left College to join Freedoom Movement)

Positions Held :

Associated with Congress Socialist Party( 1945-48)Associated with Congress Socialist Party( 1945-48)Secretary, Congress Socialist Party, Sonpur( 1948)Member, District Executive Council, Praja Socialist Party( 1952-68)Member, Provincial Executive Council, Praja Socialist Party, Bihar ( 1956-67)Member, Bihar Legislative Council( 1968-77)Chairman, Committee for the Welfare of SC and ST, Bihar Legislative Assembly( 1977-79)Member, Bihar Legislative Assembly from General Assembly Seat of Sonpur, Saran, Bihar ( 1977-80)Chief Minister, Bihar ( Apr. 1979 to Feb. 1980)Member, Bihar Legislative Assembly, Chairman, Committee for the Welfare of SC and ST, Bihar Legislative Assembly Convener, Privileges Committee, Bihar Legislative Assembly ( 1990-91)Elected to Lok Sabha (Tenth) ( 1991)Secretary, Praja Socialist Party, Bihar Member, National Executive Council; Praja Socialist Party Member, Executive Council and Parliamentary Board, Janata Party Member, Executive Committee and Political Affairs Committee, Janata Dal, in previous years.Re-elected to 15th Lok Sabha (2nd term)( 2009)Leader, Janata Dal (United) Parliamentary Party, Lok SabhaMember, Committee on Energy, Lok Sabha( 31 August 2009)

Other Information :

Freedom Fighter and Founder (i) Harijan Gandhi Gramin School; (ii) Railway College Sonpur (Saran) Bihar ; (iii) Mahila Maha Vidhyalya Sonpur, Saran; (iv) Ram Sunder Das High School, Kharika, Saran; and (v) Two colleges in Dighwara, P.O. Dighwara, Saran, Bihar ; President, Bihar Banihar Sangh; Member, Hind Mazdoor Sabha, Bihar ; Member, Board of Directors, Bihar ; Small Scale Industries Association

India Elections : The Oldest MP, Ram Sundar Das

Ram Sundar Das (88), the giant-killing JD(U) MP from Hajipur who defeated Ram Vilas Paswan, is the oldest member of the House while 26-year-old Muhammed Hamdulla Sayeed. There are other MPs in their 80s too, including veteran Bharatiya Janata Party leader...

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India Elections : The Youngest MP, Muhammed Hamdulla Sayeed

According to the Election Commission or EC, 31 MPs in the current Lok Sabha are in the age group of 25-35 years, while twelve are between 66-75 years. There are four MPs over 80 years, including BJP veteran L K...

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