Chandra Shekhar Dubey
|Chandra Shekhar Dubey|
|Constituency||Bishrampur (Vidhan Sabha constituency)|
2 January 1946 |
|Political party||Indian National Congress|
|Children||3 children abhay dubey, avhinash dubey , ajay dubey ,Grand son = Divendu Shekhar Dubey ,Gyanendra Shekhar Dubey ,Purnendu Shekhar Dubey|
|As of 29 December, 2015
Chandra Shekhar Dubey (born 2 January 1946),also known as Dadai Dubey was a Cabinet minister in Jharkhand government. He was an elected MLA of Bishrampur (Vidhan Sabha constituency). Dadai Dubey is a member of the Indian National Congress political party. Chandrashekhar Dubey was also member of the 14th Lok Sabha of India. He represented the Dhanbad constituency of Jharkhand. ChandraSekhar Dubey was made the state rural development minister in Jharkhand in Hemant Soren government in August 2013. Dubey was also the general secretary of Rashtiya Koyla Mazdoor Sangh affiliated to INTUC Chandrashekhar Dubey was also a senate member of Nilamber Pitamber University,nominated by Hon'ble Speaker of Jharkhand Legislative Assembly. In July 2015, Dadai Dubey was arrested for misbehaving with the police and was sent to judicial custody.
- 1970-77 - Mukhia
- 1977-2000 -Representative, Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
- 2012-Till continue, President[Indian National Trade Union Congress] (INTUC)
- 1985-95 -Member, Bihar Legislative Assembly(Two Terms)
- 2000- Minister of Labour and Employment in Rabri Devi government in Bihar
- 2000-2004 - Member, Jharkhand Legislative Assembly
- 2004 -Elected to 14th Lok Sabha,Member from Dhanbad, Committee on Coal and Steel,Member- Consultative Committee on Coal & Mines
- 5 Aug. 2007 onwards- Member, Standing Committee on Coal and Steel
- 2013- MLA, Bishrampur (Vidhan Sabha constituency), Jharkhand; Cabinet Minister,Jharkhand- Gram Vikas, Panchayati raj, Labour and Employment.
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Dadai Dubai was terminated from ministry for raising his voice against involvement of Chief Minister in various scams, transfer-posting of officials in the state. He quoted "Chief Minister Hemant Soren lacks political will to eliminate poverty, corruption and terrorism from the state". Disappointed with Jharkhand Congress, to continue his fight against corruption and social injustice in Jharkhand.
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