Satish Chandra Agarwal

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Satish Chandra Agarwal (1920 - 10 September 1997) was a leader of Bharatiya Janata Party and a member of Sixth and Seventh Lok Sabha representing Jaipur Parliamentary Constituency of Rajasthan, India during 1977-84.[1] Later he was elected to Rajya Sabha. Earlier, he was a Member of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly during 1957-72.

He was arrested like many political opponents during the Emergency during 1975-77, imposed by Indira Gandhi. An active social and political worker, and an eminent parliamentarian, Agarwal served as Union Minister of State for Finance in Government of India during 1977-79. He was a Member of Public Accounts Committee in 1980-81 and later served as its Chairman during 1981-83.

Satish Agarwal was a member of Indian Delegation to the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Conference at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 1971 and Colombo Plan Conference held in Kathmandu 1977, Washington, 1978 and London, 1979. He was a member of the Indian Delegation to Geneva in 1984 and also participated in various other international conferences.

Agarwal died on 10 September 1997 at Jaipur, Rajasthan at the age of 69 years