K. Rahman Khan
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|K. Rahman Khan|
|Member of Parliament of India|
02 April 2012 – 2018
5 April 1939 |
Mandya, Mysore State (Karnataka), India
|Profession||Politician, Chartered Accountant|
K. Rahman Khan (born 5 April 1939) is a chartered accountant turned politician from Karnataka and a member of the Indian National Congress. He is a Member of Rajya Sabha (Upper House of Indian Parliament) and was a Union Minister of Minority Affairs under UPA-2 regime. He also served as a Deputy Chairman of the Rajya Sabha from 2004 to 2012. Before holding the post of the Dy Chairman he was the Union Minister of State for Chemicals and Fertilizers under UPA-1 Govt.
Rahman Khan was born to Khasim Khan and Khairunnisa in Krishnarajpet, Mandya District of Karnataka. Khan did his schooling at a nearby village and later he joined Banmaya's College at Mysore. After becoming a commerce graduate from Mysore University, he became a Chartered Accountant. Khan is married to Ayesha Rahman.