Ghanshyam Anuragi

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Ghanshyam Anuragi
Member of Parliament, 15th Lok Sabha
Assumed office
May 2009
Preceded by Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma
Constituency Jalaun
Personal details
Born (1972-12-15) December 15, 1972 (age 42)
village Khera Shilajit, Hamirpur, (Uttar Pradesh)
Citizenship  India
Nationality  India
Political party Samajwadi Party
Children 1 son & 1 daughter.
Parents Deshraj Anuragi (Father) & Ganeshi Devi (mother)
Residence Jalaun & New Delhi
Alma mater Sampurnanand Sanskrit University &
Bundelkhand University
Profession Agriculturist, Advocate & Politician
Committees Member of one committee

Ghanshyam Anuragi is an Indian politician and a Member of Parliament of India. Anuragi is a member of the 15th Lok Sabha and represents the Jalaun constituency of Uttar Pradesh. He is a member of the Samajwadi Party political party.[1][2]

Early life and education[edit]

Ghanshyam Anuragi was born in the village Khera Shilajit, Hamirpur in the state of Uttar Pradesh. He received his LL.B degree from Bundelkhand University and subsequently got his M.A degree from Sampurnanand Sanskrit University in Varanasi. Anuragi started working as an advocate and agriculturist before joining politics.[1][2]

Political career[edit]

Ghanshyam Anuragi has been in active politics since early 1990s and joined Samajwadi Party party. He is a first time M.P and is also a member of one committee. Anuragi succeeded three time M.P Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma of Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma from the same Lok Sabha constituency.[1][2][3] Prior to entering the Lok Sabha, he was a Gram Pradhan and also Chairman of Zila Panchayat.

Posts Held[edit]

# From To Position
01 2004 2007 Member, State Population and Development Commission, U.P.
02 2009 2014 Member, 15th Lok Sabha
03 2009 2014 Member, Committee on Water Resources

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c "Member Profile". Lok Sabha website. Retrieved Jan 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c "Detailed Profile". Indian Government official website. Retrieved Jan 2014. 
  3. ^ "Earlier Lok Sabha". Lok Sabha website. Retrieved Jan 2014.