Ram Narain Choudhary
Ram Narayan Choudhary (22 February, 1928-18 October 2012) (रामनारायण चौधरी) is member of Rajasthan Assembly. He was elected from Mandawa, district Jhunjhunu. He is a senior Jat leader from the Shekhawati belt in Rajasthan; Shri Chaudhary was elected to the Assembly for the seven out of twelve term (1967, 1972, 1977, 1980,1993, 1998, 2003).
Chaudhary was a prominent Jat leader and was elected to the state assembly seven times, starting from 1967. He served as Cabinet Minister in important departments like Cooperative, Local Bodies, Panchayat, PHED, Transport, Jail, PWD etc. He was leader of opposition also.
Chaudhary once even served as deputy Speaker in the state assembly. He was Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee's president from 1980-82. Chaudhary was born in Jhunjhunu district's Hetamsar village on February 22, 1928. He had been with the Congress since the country's first free elections in 1952.
Membership of Legislature
- 1967 – 72: Member, 4th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
- 1972 – 77: Member, 5th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
- 1977 – 80: Member, 6th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
- 1980 - 1985 - Member, 7th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
- 1993 - 1998 - Member, 10th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
- 1998 – 2003: Member, 11th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
- 2003 - 2008: Member, 12th Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
- 2008: Lost election to CPM leader Amra Ram
- Permanent Address : Vidhyarthi Bhawan Hostel, Modi Road, Vill. & Post Hetamsar, Jhunjhunu Tel. No. : 01592-232984
- Present Address: 384, Civil Lines, Jaipur Tel. No. : 2221330
- Mobile No. : 98293-56272
Veteran Congress leader and former minister Ram Narayan Chaudhary (84) was cremated with state honours in his hometown Jhunjhunu on Thursday at Jat Boarding Jhunjhunu. His daughter Reeta Chaudhary, who is a Congress legislator from Mandawa constituency in Jhunjhunu district, lit the funeral pyre. Besides Reeta, the Congress leader is survived by two sons and two daughters.
Chaudhary, who was suffering from lung infection for a long time, breathed his last at a private hospital in Jaipur on Wednesday midnight. He was under the doctors' observation since August 31.
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