Haji Nurul Islam

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Haji Sk. Nurul Islam
হাজী শেখ নুরুল ইসলাম
Member of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly[1]
Assumed office
Constituency Haroa
MP of 15th Lok Sabha in Basirhat[1]
In office
2009[1] – 2014
Governor M. K. Narayanan
Preceded by Ajay Chakraborty
Constituency Basirhat
Member of Zilla Parishad[1]
In office
Constituency North 24 Parganas
Member of Gram panchayat Samiti[1]
In office
Constituency Bahera
Personal details
Born (1963-11-11) 11 November 1963 (age 53)[1]
Political party Indian National Congress (1970–1997)
Trinamool Congress
Spouse(s) Rasida Begum.[2]
Children 4
Residence Bahera, West Bengal, India.Present address: 180, South Avenue, New Delhi – 110 011[1]
Alma mater Matric(ALIM)[1]( Khorki Sr. Madrasa)
Religion Islam

Haji Sk. Nurul Islam is an Indian politician and a MP for the all India Trinamool Congress in West Bengal accused of leading the 2010 Deganga riots against Hindus.[3] He was born in 1964 in Bahera, West Bengal, India.He was a small-time zari businessman and resident of Chhoto Jagulia village in Barasat.[4]

MP Local Area Development Scheme (2009-10)[5][edit]

  • Amount Released Rs. 2,00,00,000.00
  • Total Recommended Works 51
  • Expenditure Rs. 97,00,000.00
  • Total Sanctioned Works 16
  • Completed Works 16

Under the MPLAD scheme, each MP may identify projects and sanction up to Rs 2 crore per year for development works in their respective constituencies. From 2011,the amount has been increased to Rs 5