Sanjay Bhoi

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Sanjay Bhoi
Member of the India Parliament
for Bargarh
Incumbent
Assumed office
2009
Personal details
Born Baragarh, Orissa, India
Nationality Indian
Political party Indian National Congress
Alma mater Delhi University
Occupation Member of Lok Sabha from Bargarh
Profession IT professional

Sanjay Bhoi is an Indian politician from Bargarh. He is a MP from the Bargarh, Orissa, Lok Sabha constituency for Indian National Congress.[1]

Early life and education[edit]

Sanjay was born in a village Paikmal in Baragarh, son of Krupasindhu Bhoi, four times MP from Sambalpur. He is a qualified IT professional (Microsoft Certified Product Specialist) and has done his education in Delhi University. He worked in a multinational software company as a project manager for six years and returned to Orissa after his father's death. He is a grass roots leader and has organised several social service projects in his district. He has also organised cultural functions to highlight the backward region of western Orissa. He is also working to prevent starvation deaths in Orissa. [2]

Political career[edit]

An IT professional by education Sanjay was chosen by congress party to contest Lok Sabha election from Bargarh in 2009. He defeated his nearest rival Radharani Panda of Bharatiya Janata Party by over one lakh votes.[3]

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