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
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...
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...