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Soop (सूप) is a Jat village in Tomar gotra Desh Khap in district Bagpat in Uttar Pradesh.

Location

Soop is situated on Chaudhry Mahendra Singh Tikait Marg on Kishanpur Baral to Chhaprauli road. Distance is 2 KM in West direction from National Highway 709B.

Soop village has got its own Nyaya panchayat. Basoli, Mukandpur Baraut, Sherpur, Soop Rajpur and Sonti gram panchayat are under the Soop Rajpur Nyaya panchayt.

Soop has nearby villages like Kishanpur, Baral, Ramala, Kirthal, Loomb, Budpur Silana, Sherpur, Luhara, Barwala,Ramala, Basauli, Hewa, Rathora and Kasimpur Kheri.

Kasimpur Kheri (KPKI) is the nearest railway station. Nearest town is Chhaprauli and Baraut City. Train no 74027/74028 is running Kasimpir Kheri (KPKI) To Delhi (DLI) only. A lot of passenger/express train available here to Delhi, Shamli, Saharanpur, Haridwar, Gurgaon, Farukh nagar directly.

Social activities

Yuva Gram Samiti Soop organises a big free of cost eye health camp on every second sunday of the every month at Gram Panchayt Secretate near Shivalaya under the coordination of Sanjeev Tomar. Eye specialist have given free consultation with free medicine, distribute spectacles, free eye surgery of motiyabind and eye contact lens provided at actual cost. It is sponsored by famous eye specialist hospital named ADK Super Eye Specialist hospital, New Delhi.

Highly appreciable work of this Samiti for Village environment, Sanitization, health, education, organise blood donation camps with diagnosis camps for villagers, tree plantation, take care of historical places of village, valuable assets of village, running kisan pathashala and other awarenesses issue of villages.

Jat Gotras

History

It is big and historical village, and it is known as the Musclemen's village (लठैतों का गाँव) Soop Rajpur. It have four patties which are known by the area of nearby famous villages of 84 Desh Khap. The four patties are:

  • Biral
  • Kheri
  • Budhpur
  • Matri

Famous poet Pandit Sheeshram wrote about Soop village, as follows:

प्रथम मैं गणेश मनाऊं ।
सूप गांव की चोपी गाऊ ।।
जिसका पार लगावे बेड़ा ।।।
सूप गांव जाटों का खेड़ा।।।।

Sarpanch

At present, Chaudhary Rupesh Tomar is the Sarpanch (head of the village) of this village.

Population

Population of Soop according to Census 2011, stood at 6343 (Males: 3570, Females: 2773).[2]


According to Census 2011 information the location code or village code of Soop village is 119264. Soop village is located in Baraut Tehsil of Baghpat district in Uttar Pradesh, India. Baghpat and Baraut are the district & sub-district headquarters of Soop village respectively Soop village is also a gram panchayat and nyaya panchayat.

The total geographical area of village is 585.13 hectares. Soop has a total population of 6,343 peoples. There are about 1,014 houses in Soop village. Baraut is nearest town to Soop.

Notable persons

  • Dr Hari Singh Nalwa - Dr. Hari Singh Nalwa is the President/CEO of American Scientific Publishers in USA.
  • Davender Singh Tomar Soop (Bagpat), Martyr of Kargil war belongs 17th Jat Regiment of indian army.
  • Dr.Om Singh Tomar - Ex. Director NDRI Karnal and IVRI Izzat nagar, Bareily.
  • Maghan Singh Tomar - Ex Director MCD.
  • Satbir Singh Tomar - IAS Ex. Cabinat Finance Secretary UP Govt.
  • Dheeraj Singh Tomar - IPS UP Police. Ex. Head of uttar pradesh police training college
  • Anurag Tomar - Chief Political Editor Zee news and Times Now. PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee take political consult from him.
  • Rajeev Kumar Tomar Soop - Facade Consultant. famous façade engineering expert in indian construction industry for green energy efficient high-rise commercial/residential/retail buildings of indian govt and non-govt organisation of india.
  • Omprakash Tomar - BRIGADIER Indian Army.
  • Mangeram Tomar - Colonel in Indian Army.
  • Parvesh Tomar World champion 2022 shotput in world police games, Bronze in discuss 2022, Asia Champion in 2018 and World Champion 2019 Shotput and Silver medalist of discuss throw game as a International Player of Indian team. He is Sub inspector rank officer in delhi police and sports coach in SAI also.
  • Dr Kulvir Tomar PHD, Scientist in NDRI Karnal. He give training also various subject of agri farming to farmers of India in NDRI.
  • Dr Kanwarpal Singh Tomar NDRI Karnal
  • Dr Savita Tomar PHD Economist. CCS, Meerut. She is also Principal of Sanjay Gandhi College, Meerut.
  • Dr Sudhir Tomar Famous Homiyopaithi Consultant of Delhi
  • Ghamandi Singh Tomar Freedom Fighter . He burnt british bus with british force and bungalow during freedom movement of India.He was father of Dr. Om Singh.
  • Brahma Singh Tomar (Brave Soldier of World War 2 ( The Star, The Burma Star, War Medal, Special Service Medal) He had international driving licence holder also issued from UK.
  • Mahender Singh Dy. Director DDA.
  • Pradhan Braj pal Singh Tomar Member Disst Board.
  • Sanjiv Tomar Member Disst Board.
  • Ajay Tomar Sr. Engineer Australia.
  • Prof. Surender Singh, Head of physical education and sports in Jat College Baraut- given 200+ national and international players.
  • Dr. Akshay Chaudhary PHD and Research fellow and Teacher.
  • Yeshwi Tomar- qualified 7th rank in IIT Mumbai.
  • Chaudhary Surajmal- Famous Arya Samaj scholar and class 1 officer in Indian Navy.
  • Pitam Singh- Brave Soldier, injured in world War 2 and live with 2 stomach whole life. Awarded by The Star and War medal. He helped Netaji Subhash Chander Bose in Burma. He was brother of Soldier Braham Singh.
  • Rahul Tomar- Singer and Actor, Grand son of Magan Singh.
  • Rishika Tomar- She completed 7th BRICS YOUTH SUMMIT 2021 where represented INDIA’s Youth at international platform. Rishika discussed on ‘Education and Capacity Building for Youth’ among BRICS Countries. She suggested and worked on introducing Common Academic Credit System among BRICS Nations. Also, recommended to have one Cross country Education Programme to be called as BRAVE Programme i.e. BRICS Reach for Advancememt of Versatile Education.

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