R. P. N. Singh

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Ratanjit Pratap Narain Singh
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Ratanjit Pratap Narain Singh
Former Minister of State
Personal details
Born (1964-04-25) 25 April 1964 (age 52)
New Delhi, India
Political party INC
Spouse(s) Sonia Singh
Children 3
Residence Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh
Alma mater The Doon School
Religion Hinduism

Kunwar Ratanjit Pratap Narain Singh (born 25 April 1964, Delhi) is an Indian politician and former Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs. He was a MP from Kushinagar constituency in 15th Lok Sabha.For 16th lok sabha election even though substantial increase of vote percent he lost to Mr Rajesh Pandey (BJP).

Personal life[edit]

Singh hails from a Sainthwar Kshatriya [1][2]of Kushinagar (Padrauna), Uttar Pradesh and attended The Doon School.[3] In May 2014, he became the president of Doon's alumni body The Doon School Old Boys' Society .[4] He was married on 7 December 2002,to Sonia Singh (prominent anchor and editorial director at NDTV), and has three daughters. He currently resides in the Palace, Padrauna Distt, Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh, India.His father Late Kunwar C.P.N.Singh was also M.P. of Kushinagar.His father was Minister of state for Defence in Indira Gandhi cabinet in 1980.Kunwar R.P.N.Singh was also former MLA from the seat of Padrauna until he was elected for Loksabha Mr RPN Singh is one of key figure of Congress party from UP.

Position held[edit]

  • M.L.A. (Uttar Pradesh) 1996-2009,
  • President, Uttar Pradesh Youth Congress 1997-1999,
  • Secretary, AICC 2003-2006,
  • Elected to the 15th Lok Sabha from the Padrauna constituency, 2009,[5]
  • Union Minister of State, Road, Transport and Highways 2009-2011,[6]
  • Union Minister of State, Petroleum and Natural Gas and Corporate Affairs 2011-2013.
  • Secretary, Sri Aurobindo Society Centre (Padrauna),
  • Secretary, Udit Narain Degree College,
  • Secretary, Udit Narain Inter College,
  • Secretary, Udit Narain Trust,
  • Union Minister of state for Home Affairs 2013-2014 .[7]
  • President, The Doon School Old Boys' Society (2014 - Present)

Award[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

For the SP Politician, see R. K. Singh Patel.
For the BJP Politician, see R.K.Singh.