Kuladhar Chaliha

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Kuladhar Chaliha on a 1988 stamp of India

Kuladhar Chaliha (20 September 1887 in Sivasagar – 19 January 1963) was a freedom fighter and prominent leader of Assam from Indian National Congress. Chaliha was one of the elected member of Indian general election, 1934 from Assam state. He was first president of Assam Pradesh Congress Committee when it was founded.[1] He was also first speakers of the Assam Legislative Assembly from March 1952 to June 1957.[2][3][4]