Sunil Singh (politician)

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Chaudhary Sunil Singh
Personal details
Born (1971-01-01)1 January 1971
Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India
Political party Lok Dal
Occupation Politician
Website http://www.lokdal.com.in

Chaudhary Sunil Singh is National President of Lok Dal, a political party which was founded by former Prime Minister of India, late Choudhry Charan Singh.

He is former Member of Legislative Council in the State of Uttar Pradesh.[1][2][3][4]

Early life & Political career[edit]

Ch. Sunil Singh was born on Jan 1, 1971 in Aligarh to Ch. Rajendra Singh who was former Cabinet Minister in Uttar Pradesh and Smt. Saroj Singh. He is an engineering graduate and has done Masters in Business Management.

He has also been the Member of Legislative Council in the State of Uttar Pradesh State Assembly. He claims to be carrying on the political legacy of Charan Singh. The party's official electoral symbol is a “Khet Jotata hua Kisan” (a farmer ploughing a field); Singh is concerned about farmers and their wellbeing.[5]

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