List of Yadav politicians

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Lord Sri Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu and also the greatest God in his own right, is a descendant of Yadu and Yadukulopati. Yadav politicians and warriors were at the pinnacle of their dominance during the Mahabharata period. They eventually lost power and regressed in politics and social affairs. Socio-religious movements impacted and pushed the Yadavs to enter the political arena at the end of the nineteenth century. Many Yadav politicians are now well-placed in state and national politics.[1] This is a list of Yadav politicians.

Chief Ministers[edit]

No. Name State Constituency Term Assembly

(Election)

Party
From To Days in office
1 Brahm Prakash Delhi Nangloi Jat 17 March 1952 12 February 1955 2 years, 332 days 1st Delhi Assembly Indian National Congress
2 Rao Birender Singh Haryana Pataudi 24 March 1967 20 November 1967 241 days 2nd Haryana Assembly Vishal Haryana Party
3 B. P. Mandal Bihar MLC 1 February 1968 22 March 1968 51 days 4th Bihar Assembly Shoshit Dal
4 Daroga Prasad Rai Bihar Parsa 16 February 1970 22 December 1970 310 days 5th Bihar Assembly Indian National Congress
5 Ram Naresh Yadav Uttar Pradesh Nidhauli Kalan 23 June 1977 27 February 1979 1 year, 249 days 7th Uttar Pradesh Assembly Janata Party
6 Mulayam Singh Yadav Uttar Pradesh Jaswantnagar 5 December 1989 24 June 1991 1 year, 201 days Tenth Uttar Pradesh Assembly Janata Dal
7 Lalu Prasad Yadav Bihar MLC 10 March 1990 28 March 1995 5 years, 18 days 10th Bihar Assembly Janata Dal
8 Mulayam Singh Yadav Uttar Pradesh Jaswantnagar 4 December 1993 3 June 1995 1 year, 181 days 12th Uttar Pradesh Assembly Samajwadi Party
9 Lalu Prasad Yadav Bihar Raghopur 4 April 1995 25 July 1997 2 years, 112 days 11th Bihar Assembly Rashtriya Janata Dal
10 Rabri Devi Bihar MLC 9 March 1999 2 March 2000 359 days 11th Bihar Assembly Rashtriya Janata Dal
11 Rabri Devi Bihar Raghopur 11 March 2000 6 March 2005 4 years, 360 days 12th Bihar Assembly Rashtriya Janata Dal
12 Mulayam Singh Yadav Uttar Pradesh Gunnaur 29 August 2003 13 May 2007 3 years, 257 days 14th Uttar Pradesh Assembly Samajwadi Party
13 Babulal Gaur Madhya Pradesh Govindpura 23 August 2004 29 November 2005 1 year, 98 days 12th Madhya Pradesh Assembly Bharatiya Janata Party
14 Akhilesh Yadav Uttar Pradesh MLC 15 March 2012 19 March 2017 5 years, 4 days 16th Uttar Pradesh Assembly Samajwadi Party
15 Prafulla Chandra Ghosh 1st West Bengal Legislative Assembly MLA 15 August 1947 22 January 1948 160 days 1946 West Bengal provincial elections Indian National Congress

Members of Parliament (Lok Sabha)[edit]

Provisional Parliament (1947-1952)[edit]

No. Name State Loksabha Party
1 Bali Ram Bhagat Bihar Arrah Indian National Congress[2]

First parliament (1952-1957)[edit]

No. Name State Loksabha Term Party[1]
1 Bali Ram Bhagat Bihar Arrah 2 Indian National Congress
2 Chaudhary Raghubir Singh Uttar Pradesh Agra District(East) 1 Indian National Congress
3 Badan Singh Bihar Budaun District (West) 1 Indian National Congress

Second Parliament (1957-1962)[edit]

No. Name State Loksabha Term Party[1]
1 Bali Ram Bhagat Bihar Arrah 3 Indian National Congress
2 Chaudhary Raghubir Singh Uttar Pradesh Firozabad 2 Indian National Congress
3 Nagendra Prasad Yadav Bihar Sitamarhi 1 Indian National Congress
4 Sangam Laxmi Bai Andhra Pradesh Medak 1 Indian National Congress
5 Jiyalal Mandal Bihar Khagaria 1 Indian National Congress
6 Ram Sewak Yadav Uttar Pradesh Barabanki (SC) 1 Samyukta Socialist Party
7 Gajraj Singh Yadav Haryana Uttar Pradesh 1 Indian National Congress

Third Parliament (1962-1967)[edit]

No. Name State Loksabha Term Party[1]
1 Bali Ram Bhagat Bihar Arrah 4 Indian National Congress
2 Chaudhary Raghubir Singh Uttar Pradesh Firozabad 3 Indian National Congress
3 Nagendra Prasad Yadav Bihar Sitamarhi 2 Indian National Congress
4 Sangam Laxmi Bai Andhra Pradesh Medak 2 Indian National Congress
5 Jiyalal Mandal Bihar Khagaria 2 Indian National Congress
6 Ram Sewak Yadav Uttar Pradesh Barabanki (SC) 2 Samyukta Socialist Party
7 Ramrao Narayanrao Yadav Maharashtra Parbhani 1 Indian National Congress (I)
8 Ram Harakh Yadav Uttar Pradesh Azamgarh 1 Indian National Congress
9 Bhishma Prasad Yadava Bihar Kesaria 1 Indian National Congress
10 Bhupendra Narayan Mandal Bihar Saharsa 1 Socialist Party
11 Yamuna Prasad Mandal Bihar Samastipur 1 Indian National Congress
12 Chaudhary Brahm Prakash Delhi Outer Delhi 1 Indian National Congress

Fourth Parliament (1967-1971)

No. Name State Loksabha Term Party[1]
1 Bali Ram Bhagat Bihar Arrah 5 Indian National Congress
3 Nagendra Prasad Yadav Bihar Sitamarhi 2 Indian National Congress
4 Sangam Laxmi Bai Andhra Pradesh Medak 2 Indian National Congress
5 Jiyalal Mandal Bihar Khagaria 2 Indian National Congress
6 Ram Sewak Yadav Uttar Pradesh Barabanki (SC) 2 Samyukta Socialist Party
7 Ramrao Narayanrao Yadav Maharashtra Parbhani 1 Indian National Congress (I)
8 Ram Harakh Yadav Uttar Pradesh Azamgarh 1 Indian National Congress
9 Bhishma Prasad Yadava Bihar Kesaria 1 Indian National Congress
10 Bhupendra Narayan Mandal Bihar Saharsa 1 Socialist Party
11 Yamuna Prasad Mandal Bihar Samastipur 1 Indian National Congress
12 Chaudhary Brahm Prakash Delhi Outer Delhi 1 Indian National Congress

Fifth Parliament (1971-1971)

No. Name State Loksabha Term Party[1]
1 Bali Ram Bhagat Bihar Arrah 4 Indian National Congress
2 Chaudhary Raghubir Singh Uttar Pradesh Firozabad 3 Indian National Congress
3 Nagendra Prasad Yadav Bihar Sitamarhi 2 Indian National Congress
4 Sangam Laxmi Bai Andhra Pradesh Medak 2 Indian National Congress
5 Jiyalal Mandal Bihar Khagaria 2 Indian National Congress
6 Ram Sewak Yadav Uttar Pradesh Barabanki (SC) 2 Samyukta Socialist Party
7 Ramrao Narayanrao Yadav Maharashtra Parbhani 1 Indian National Congress (I)
8 Ram Harakh Yadav Uttar Pradesh Azamgarh 1 Indian National Congress
9 Bhishma Prasad Yadava Bihar Kesaria 1 Indian National Congress
10 Bhupendra Narayan Mandal Bihar Saharsa 1 Socialist Party
11 Yamuna Prasad Mandal Bihar Samastipur 1 Indian National Congress

See also[edit]

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