Chaudhari Randhir Singh

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Ch. Randhir Singh

Chaudhary Randhir Singh (Gotra -----) (b: July 1, 1924, d: July 6, 2009) was a freedom fighter and politician from Haryana.

He belonged to Baiyanpur (बय्यांपुर) village near Sonipat, Haryana.

Chaudhary Randhir Singh was also a member of the 4th Lok Sabha from the Rohtak constituency in Haryana.

He was Lawyer and participated popular agitations as well as mass movements and courted arrest seven times on public issues. During 1980s, he was member of Agricultural Prices Commission and did his best in the interest of farmers in fixing minimum support price for wheat and other cereals.

Author - He was the author of book "Our Rural Poor".

Ch. Randhir Singh was Governor of Sikkim from February 1996 to May 2001.

Brief bio-data from Lok Sabha web portal

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http://164.100.47.194/loksabha/writereaddata/biodata_1_12/1916.htm

4th Lok Sabha Members Bioprofile

RANDHIR SINGH, CHAUDHARI, M.A., LLB., Cong., (Haryana—Rohtak-1967): s. of Shri Chandgi Ram; b. at vill. Bayan Pur, July 1, 1924; ed. at C.R.Z. High School, Sonepat, Government College, Rohtak, St. Stephen's Mission College and Law College, Delhi; m. Shrimati Vijay Laxmi, September 1, 1939; 4 s. and 3 d.; Lawyer; participated and led popular agitations and mass movements before and after Independence and courted arrest seven times on public issues; was Secretary, Punjab P.S.P.; was member, Central Committee, All India P.S.P.; was Secretary, All India Kisan Panchayat; was Delegate Socialist International; was Secretary-General, United Front of Opposition Parties, Punjab; Fellow, Punjab University, 1961—65; Member-(1) Punjab University Finance Board, 1961—63; (2) Regional Transport Authority, Ambala, 1959—61, (3) Punjab Political Sufferers Rehabilitation Board 1965-66. (4) District Flood Relief Committee, 1965-66; (5) District Citizens Committee, 1964-66, (6) Sub-Divisional Advisory Committee, 1964—66; Secretary, Haryana Education Society; Secretary-cum-Manager, C.R.A. College, Sonepat; Secretary-cum-Manager, C.R.Z. High School, Sonepat; Joint Secretary, Kamla Nehru Panchayat Shiksha Kendra Rai Member, Executive Committee, Janta Higher Secondary School, Batasa; Convener, Indo-Soviet Cultural Society, Haryana State; Convener, Sarvkhap Panchayats for Eradication of Social Evils and Stoppage of Early Marriage in Haryana State .

Hobbies: Gardening and Agriculture.
Favourite pastime and recreation: Hearing of folk songs.
Special interests: Politics and Education; specially interested in the affairs of (a) Military Personnel (b) Kisans (c) Labour (d) Harljans and (e) Teachers.
Permanent address: 79 Model Town, Sonepat, (Haryana).

Demise

Chaudhary Randhir Singh breathed his last on July 6, 2009 in Gurugram, Haryana.

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