Ganesh Prasad Singh

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Ganesh Prasad Singh
MP
In office
2004-2009
Preceded by Arun Kumar, Janata Dal (United)
Succeeded by Jagdish Sharma, Janata Dal (United)
Constituency Jahanabad
Personal details
Born (1947-07-01) 1 July 1947 (age 67)
Patna, Bihar
Nationality Indian
Political party JDU
Spouse(s) Shyampeyari Devi (m. 1962)
Children 3 daughters
Residence Shivpuri, Patna
Religion Hindu
As of 26 October, 2006
Source: [1]

Ganesh Prasad Singh (born 1 July 1947) was a member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India. He represented the Jahanabad constituency of Bihar and is a member of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) political party. He has supported the view that voluntary repatriation of refugees is the best and most durable solution, specifically in the case of Afghan refugees.[1]

Personal life[edit]

He was born to Ram Briksh Prasad and Rampati Devi in Masaurhi village of Patna district. He is married to Shyampeyari Devi, who is a housewife. He has 3 daughters. Younger one is married to an Business man and 2nd daughter is married to an Engineer. 3rd is unmarried.

Education and Work[edit]

He passed matriculation in year 1962 from SMGK High School, Masaurhi, Patna. He got BA (Hons.) degree from B.N College, Patna and thereafter got degree of M.A and B.Ed from Patna University. He became an advocate and then he started legal practice in Patna District court as well in Patna High Court. He got elected from Masaurhi Assembly Constituency as an MLA in the year 1980 for the first time. In the second term again he got elected from Masaurhi Assembly Constituency in the year 1995. He got nominated as a chairman of petition committee in the same year. In 1998, he was nominated as a chairman of Bihar State Khadi Gramudyog Board, Patna and in the tenure of chairman of Khadi Gramudyog board, he twice got elected as the director of Bihar state financial corporation. In the year 2004, he got elected as MP from Jahanabad parliamentary constituency.

Social Work[edit]

He has immense interest in serving the poor and needy people. He has established a high school in his village Masaurhi.

USA visit[edit]

In 2005, he visited USA to participate in 60th UN Assembly conference and delivered a lecture on effects of international law and international law of rehabilitation of its implements.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Statement by Ganesh Prasad Singh addressing UN General Assembly

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