Tulsi Agarwal

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Tulsi Agarwal
Personal details
Born (1959-06-16) 16 June 1959 (age 55)
odisha, India
Political party BJP
Spouse(s) Dr. Deepika Agrawal
Residence New Delhi
Religion Hindu

Tulsi Agarwal (Born 16 June 1959, in Kesinga, Kalahandi district, Odisha) is an Indian politician and a national executive member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)[1]

Education[edit]

After graduation from high school, he earned his masters degree in political science and LLB at the University of Delhi. Right from his student days he was associated with RSS/ABVP as a prominent activist of ABVP, had worked as general secretary of ABVP Delhi state, thereafter became active member of the youth wing of BJP (BJYM).

Political career[edit]

Agarwal was instrumental in the formation of Biju Janthttp a Dal (BJD) in Odisha and its alliance with the BJP. In 2010 he formed an alliance in Jharkhand under the leadership of Shri Arjun Mundahttp.[2] He has had close relations with the top brass of BJP such as the former PM Atal Bihari Vajpaye, Lal Krishna Advani, late Shri Promod Mahajan, Arun Jaitley and others. He is involved in IT/ITES infrastructure development in NCR and was the director of the nationalized Dena bank. Agarwal has been the vice president of the Roller Skating Federation of India since 1990, and because of his efforts, roller skating has received recognition from India's ministry of sports.

Personal life[edit]

Tulsi Agrawal is married to Dr. Deepika Agrawal, an associate professor at the University of Delhi. He has a son and 2 daughters.

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