Bajrang Bahadur Singh

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Raja Bajrang Bahadur Singh
Raja Bajrang Bahadur Singh of Bhadri (1905-1970).jpg
Lieutenant Governor of Himachal Pradesh
In office
1 January 1955 - 13 August 1963[1]
Preceded by Maj. Gen. Himmatsinhji
Succeeded by Bhagwan Sahay
Personal details
Born 1906
Died 1973
Spouse(s) Rani Girija Devi
Children No Issue
Residence Bhadri, Pratapgarh, Uttar Pradesh
Religion Hindu

Raja Bajrang Bahadur Singh Bhadri (1906–1973) was an Indian activist and politician, who served as Lieutenant Governor of Indian state Himachal Pradesh from January 1, 1955 to 13, August 1963. He was ruler of Taluqdari estate Bhadri of the royal family of Oudh.[2][3]

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Government offices
Preceded by
Maj. Gen. Himmatsinhji
Lieutenant Governor of Himachal Pradesh
1 January 1955 - 13 August 1963
Succeeded by
Bhagwan Sahay