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Sunderlal Patwa

Sunderlal Patwa

Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh (1st tenure)
In office
20 Jan.1980 – 17 Feb.1980
Succeeded by Digvijay Singh
Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh (2nd Tenure)
In office
5 March 1990 – 15 Dec 1992
Personal details
Born (1924-11-11) 11 November 1924 (age 89)
Kukreshwar
Political party Bharatiya Janata Party

Sunder Lal Patwa (born 11 November 1924) [1] is an Indian statesman, who served as the Chief minister of Madhya Pradesh and a former cabinet minister in Government of India. He twice became chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, from 20 January 1980 to 17 February 1980 and from 5 March 1990 to 15 December 1992. He is a leader of Bharatiya Janta Party.

In 1999 he was elected to the Lok Sabha from Hoshangabad constituency.

He was associated with Indore Rajya Praja Mandal since 1941, R.S.S. since 1942 and R.S.S. Vistarak, 1947-51. He was imprisoned for seven months for participating in R.S.S. movement in 1948 and was an active worker of Jana Sangh since 1951,Chairman of District Cooperative Bank, Director, State Cooperative Bank and State Cooperative Marketing Sangh and Treasurer, Jana Sangh from 1967-74. He was Detained under M.I.S.A. during Emergency from June 1975 to January 1977. He was awarded the “Vidhan Gaurav” in the All India Conference of Presiding Officers, 1989.[2]

Positions held

Patwa has held a variety of official posts:[2]

  • 1957-67, 1977-97 and 1998 - Member, Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly (three terms)
  • 1957-67 - Chief Whip, Opposition Party, Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly
  • 1975 - General Secretary, Jana Sangh, Madhya Pradesh
  • 1977 - Member, Working Committee, Janata Party
  • Jan. 1980 - Feb 1980, March 1990 - December 1992 - Chief Minister, Madhya Pradesh (twice)
  • 1980-85 - Leader of Opposition, Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly; Chairman, Public Accounts Committee, Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly
  • 1986 - President, B.J.P., Madhya Pradesh; Member, General Purposes Committee, Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly
  • 1997 - Elected to 11th Lok Sabha*
  • 1999 - Re-elected to 13th Lok Sabha (2nd term)
  • 13 Oct. 1999 - 30 Sept. 2000 - Union Cabinet Minister, Rural Development
  • 30 Sept 2000-- 7 Nov. 2000 - Union Cabinet Minister, Chemicals and Fertilizers
  • 7 Nov. 2000-1 Sept. 2001 - Union Cabinet Minister, Mines

References

Template:Chief Ministers of Madhya Pradesh


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