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|4th Chief Minister of West Bengal|
1 March 1967 – 21 November 1967
|Preceded by||Prafulla Chandra Sen|
|Succeeded by||Prafulla Chandra Ghosh|
25 February 1969 – 30 July 1970
|Preceded by||President's rule|
|Succeeded by||President's rule|
|Preceded by||New Seat|
|Succeeded by||Biswanath Mukherjee|
15 April 1901|
Tamluk, West Bengal, India
|Died||27 May 1986 (aged 85)|
|Political party||Indian National Congress
Born in 1901, he was one of the leaders of Tamralipta Jatiya Sarkar (Tamrlipta National Government), which came into effect on 17 December 1942 during the Quit India Movement, a programme of civil disobedience launched in India in 1942. He was greatly influenced by Swami Vivekananda. Earlier a member of the Indian National Congress, he later became a leader in the Bangla Congress, which co-governed with the Communist Party of India (Marxist) in two United Front governments in the 1960s and 1970s. He held the chief ministerial position in both these governments, from March to November 1967, and again from February 1969 to March 1970. In the year 1967 Ajoy Mukherjee defeated Prafulla Chandra Sen another Gandhian at Arambagh assembly constituency and became chief minister of West Bengal after Prafulla Chandra Sen. Architect of Ajoy Mukherjee's victory at Arambagh was Narayan Ch Ghosh the then students leader at arambagh. Narayan Ghosh accompanied Ajoy Mukherjee in a boat for several days to see several flood effected areas in Arambagh & Ghatal subdivision during 1968. People of flood affected areas were enthused by Ajoy Mukherjee for his untired move to stand for them.
Ajoy Mukherjee with some of his closed colleagues, viz. Pranob Mukherjee etc., joined Indian National Congress leaving Sushil Dhara- his long term associates. He was offered ministerial post at Centre by Indira Gandhi, but Ajoy Mukherjee saying his age and health condition had pushed Pranab Mukherjee. Pranab Mukherjee became State Minister in the Indian Cabinet.
His brother Biswanath Mukherjee was the husband of Geeta Mukherjee, a communist MP. Ajoy's niece Kalyani (daughter of another brother) was married to Mohan Kumaramangalam and was the mother of Rangarajan Kumaramangalam and Lalitha Kumaramangalam.
Mukherjee died on 27 May 1986 in Calcutta.
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In the year 1967 Ajoy Mukherjee defeated Prafulla Chandra Sen another Gandhian at Arambagh assembly constituency and became Chief Minister of West Bengal after Prafulla Chandra Sen. Architect of Ajoy Mukherjee's victory at Arambagh was Narayan Ghosh the then students leader at Arambagh. Narayan Ghosh accompanied Ajoy Mukherjee in boat for several days to see sever flood effected areas in Arambagh & Ghatal subdivision during 1968.
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- Ruud, Arild Engelsen (1 January 1994). "Land and Power: The Marxist Conquest of Rural Bengal". Modern Asian Studies. 28 (2): 357–380. JSTOR 312891. doi:10.1017/s0026749x00012440.
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Prafulla Chandra Sen
|Chief Minister of West Bengal
15 March 1967 – 2 November 1967
Prafulla Chandra Ghosh
|Chief Minister of West Bengal
25 February 1969 – 19 March 1970
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