Husain Dalwai

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For Congress(I) politician of similar Name and 8th Lok Sabha member, See Husen Dalwai (b 1922 ) .

Husain Dalwai
हुसेन दलवाई
MP of Rajya Sabha for Maharashtra
Assumed office
3 April 2014
In office
2011–2014
Minister of Labour, Waqf and Minor Ports, Government of Maharashtra
In office
Oct. 1999 – March 2001
Member of Maharashtra Legislative Council
In office
June 2010 – Aug. 2011
In office
Jan. 1998 – Dec. 2003
Personal details
Born (1943-02-16) February 16, 1943 (age 74)
Mirjoli Village, Chiplun Taluka, Ratnagiri District, Maharashtra
Citizenship Indian
Political party Indian National Congress
Spouse(s) Shama Dalwai
Parents Shrimati Hafija Umar Dalwai and Shri Umar Khan Dalwai
Residence C-1/5, Humayun Road, New Delhi-110003
Education MA (Sociology)
Alma mater University of Mumbai
Occupation Industrial Worker, Trade Unionist, Journalist, Writer, Political and Social Worker
Religion Islam

Shri Husain Dalwai, (b 16 February 1943) a politician from Indian National Congress party, is a Member of the Parliament of India representing Maharashtra in the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Parliament for the term.[1] He was elected for second term from Maharashtra from 03/04/2014 to 02/04/2020.[2][3]

He was born on 16 February 1943 and is Trade Unionist, Journalist and Writer by profession.[1] In June 2010 he was elected to Maharashtra Legislative Council from Indian National Congress.[4]

In Parliament, Mr. Dalwai served on the following committees:

  • Member, Committee on Rural Development (Aug. 2011- Aug. 2012)
  • Member, Central Advisory Committee for the National Cadet Corps (Dec. 2011 - Dec. 2013)
  • Member, Committee on Railways (Aug. 2012 - May 2014)
  • Member, Committee on Petitions April 2014 (May 2013 - Sept. 2014)
  • Member, Committee on Urban Development (Sept. 2014–Present)
  • Member, Committee on Government Assurances (Sept. 2014–Present)

His brother was Hamid Dalwai.

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  1. ^ a b "Husain Dalwai". Archived from the original on 5 October 2015. Retrieved 4 October 2015. 
  2. ^ "ALPHABETICAL RETIREMENT LIST OF THE MEMBERS". Retrieved 4 October 2015. 
  3. ^ "Majeed Memon, Hussain Dalwai among 37 elected unopposed to Rajya Sabha". Ummid.com. Retrieved 4 October 2015. 
  4. ^ "Congress-NCP wins 7 of 10 Maharashtra Council seats". Retrieved 4 October 2015.