Jain Kumar

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Jain Kumar
Member of House of Representatives (Fiji)
Ba East Indian Communal Constituency
In office
2006–2006
Preceded bySatendra Singh
Succeeded byvacant
Personal details
Political partyFiji Labour Party
ProfessionFarmer, Trade unionist
In 2007 he was elected the chairman of the Fiji Cane Growers Council

Jain Kumar (born 1959) is a Fijian civil servant and former politician of Indian descent. He was elected the Chairman of Sugar Cane Growers Council of Fiji on 19 January 2007. He replaced Vijendra Autar who had been sacked by the military together with Jagannath Sami and eight board members appointed by the deposed government.[1]

Kumar was previously the Vice Chairman of the Council and is the President of the National Farmers Union.[2] He was elected to the House of Representatives in the 2006 elections from the Ba East Indian Communal Constituency on the Fiji Labour Party ticket.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sami suspended from growers council".
  2. ^ "Jain Kumar appointed as news SCGC Board Chairman".