Manas Bhunia

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Manas Bhunia
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Minister for Irrigation and Waterways
In office
May 20, 2011 – September 25,2012
Preceded by Subhas Naskar
Succeeded by Mamata Banerjee
Constituency Sabang
Minister for Small & Micro Industries and Textile
In office
May 20, 2011 – Sept, 25,2012
Succeeded by Mamata banerjee
Constituency Sabang
MLA
In office
1982-1996,2001 – Incumbent
Constituency Sabang
Personal details
Died (1951-12-10) December 10, 1951 (age 64)
Political party INC
Residence Kolkata
Religion Hindu

Manas Bhunia is an Indian politician and the present Minister for Irrigation and Waterways and the Minister for Small & Micro Industries and Textile in the Government of West Bengal.[1] He is also an MLA, elected from the Sabang constituency in the West Bengal state assembly election, 2011.he along with all other ministers in the state cabinet resigned after I.N.C. took back the support from the state government.

On 26 August 2015, he accused West Bengal police forces of selectively arresting supporters of the Chhatra Parishad movement.[2] On September 16, he began an indefinite fast to protest the murder of one of the movement's members.[3]

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