Narayan Singh Burdak

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Narayan Singh Burdak

Narayan Singh Burdak (नारायणसिंह बुरडक) is a senior politician of Indian National Congress from Sikar district in Rajasthan. He has been Pradesh Congress Committee President of Rajasthan till 13 April 2005. Earlier he has been a minister in Rajasthan government in 1988-89.

Early life

His family

He was born at village Tulsirampura in Danta Ramgarh tehsil in Sikar district. His father is Panna Ram Burdak. His wife’s name Smt Mohani Devi. The village Tulsirampura gets name after Tulsi Ram Burdak great grandfather of Narayan Singh Burdak.

His daughter-in-law Rita Singh Burdak is Ex. Pradhan Sikar district. Her Mob:9929872861, Res: 01572-250003

Career in politics

He has been seven times MLA and has a strong hold in his assembly constituency Danta Ramgarh. He was first time elected MLA in 1972 from Danta Ramgarh. Prior to this he served Sarpanch, Pradhan and Zila pramukh. His first election was at Panchayat level in 1954. He served Zilapramukh for 17 years. From 1972 to 2013 he contested 10 assembly elections and won seven of these. The Octogenarian is still Strongest Jat Leader from Shekhawati and is reverentially called Bhismpitamaha of politics in Shekhawati.[1]

  • Municipal Corporations : Zilapramukh,Pradhan,Sarpanch,Panch
  • Experience As A Minister : 1988-89 Forest Minister Rajasthan

Member of Vidhan Sabha:

He lost three elections:

84 year old Jat leader has announced retirement from active politics making way for his son Virendra Singh Burdak, who is also in politics for past few decades and is a former Pradhan from Danta Ramgarh in Sikar district of Rajasthan. [2][3]

Contact details

  • Permanent Postal Address - Village - Dukiya Near Palsana Disst. Sikar
  • At Present residing at Jat colony, Sikar, Nawalgarh Road, Sikar
  • Phone:01572-250003, Mob: 9829066112

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