|Constituency||Barmer, Sheo, Didwana|
|Born||5 October 1936|
|Died||29 September 2006(aged 69)|
Umed Singh (5 October 1936 - 29 September 2006) was a politician from Rajasthan state, India. Umed Singh was India’s youngest MLA (at the age of 25). He was a three-term member of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly. He was youngest MLA of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly as in 1962 when he was elected from Barmer, he was just 25 year old, Result was declared 19 February 1962. Singh was elected for a first five-year term as Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) from Barmer district, Rajasthan, in 1962, on an Independent ticket. In 1980, he was elected for a second five-year term as MLA from Deedwana constituency on a Janata Party ticket. In 1985, he was elected for a third five-year term as MLA from Sheo constituency on a Janata Party ticket.
- "Statistical report on the 1962 election to the Legislative Assembly" (PDF). pp. 7, 212.
- "Statistical report on 1980 election of Rajasthan Assembly" (PDF). pp. 8, 251.
- "Statistical report on 1985 election of Rajasthan Assembly" (PDF). pp. 8, 250.
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