S. P. Singh Baghel

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Prof S.P. Singh Baghel
MP
Constituency Jalesar
Personal details
Born (1960-06-21) 21 June 1960 (age 55)
Etawah, Uttar Pradesh
Political party BJP
Spouse(s) Madhu Singh
Children 1 son and 1 daughter
Residence Etawah
Religion Hindu
As of 16 May 2014
Source: [1]

Prof S.P. Singh Baghel is a leading Indian politician. He is a prominent leader of Bhartiya janata party.He is one of the powerful politician from Uttar Pradesh. On 3 July 2015, S.P.singh Baghel was made President of BJP OBC Morcha.[1][2][3]

S.P. Singh Baghel create a new era in the politics of uttar Pradesh.He is on his way to show the glory of ancient and and medivial Rulers of Baghel caste.He start his journey from Sikandrarao where National President of B.J.P. Amit Shah was invited as chief guest.Amit Shah reminds the huge crowd about The Great Holkars and Maharani Ahilya bai Holkar.It is a well known fact that The Holkars were the largest Rulers of Indian state (independent) after the scindia of Gwalior.The Govt. of India gives the title of Upmaharajpramukh to the throne of Holkars.

Jalesar (Lok Sabha constituency)[edit]

Jalesar is a Lok Sabha parliamentary constituency in Uttar Pradesh. Members of Parliament

  • 1952: Krishna Chandra, Indian National Congress
  • 1957: Krishna Chandra, Indian National Congress
  • 1962: Krishnapal Singh, Swatantra Party
  • 1977: Choudhary Multan Singh
  • 1980: Choudhary Multan Singh
  • 1984: Kailash Yadav, Indian National Congress
  • 1989: Choudhary Multan Singh, Janata Dal
  • 1991: Swami Sureshanand, Bharatiya Janata Party
  • 1996: Ompal Singh Nidar, Bharatiya Janata Party
  • 1998: S.P. Singh Baghel, Samajwadi Party
  • 1999: S.P. Singh Baghel, Samajwadi Party
  • 2004: S.P. Singh Baghel, Samajwadi Party

Baghel, Prof. S.P. Singh

Party Name : Samajwadi Party (SP) Constituency : Jalesar State : Uttar Pradesh Father's Name : Late Shri Rambhrose Singh Mother's Name : Smt. Ram Shree Devi Date of Birth : 21 June 1960 Place of Birth : Bhatpura, P.O. Umari, Distt. Etawah, Uttar Pradesh Profession : Agriculturist Teacher Political & Social Worker Agriculturist Marital Status : Married Date of Marriage : 30 Nov 1989 Spouse's Name : Smt. Madhu Singh No. of Children : 2

Educational Qualifications[edit]

MSc, LL.B., PhD attended Maharaja Jiyaji Rao University, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh and Meerut University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh Permanent Address : Vill. Bhatpura, P.O. Umari Dibiyapur Distt. Etawah, Uttar Pradesh Present Address : 218, North Avenue, New Delhi 110 001 Phone: 011-23093202 Position Held : 1998 – Elected to 12th Lok Sabha

Membership in Different Committees[edit]

1998–99[edit]

  • Member, Committee on Subordinate Legislation
  • Member, Committee on Human Resource Development
  • Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

1999[edit]

  • Re-elected to 13th Lok Sabha (2nd term)

1999–2000[edit]

  • Member, Committee on Food, Civil Supplies and Public Distribution
  • Member, Committee on Estimates

2000–2004[edit]

  • Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Home Affairs
  • Member, Committee on Public Undertaking

2004[edit]

  • Re-elected to 14th Lok Sabha( 3rd term)
  • Member, Committee on External Affairs
  • Member, Committee on Absence of Members from the sittings of the House

7 August 2006 – onwards[edit]

  • Member, Committee on Absence of Members from the Sittings of the House

Social And Cultural Activities : Launching movement for the cause of farmers Special Interests : Writing poems, reading literary books and listening to Indian music Favourite Pastime and Recreation : Sports, reading and writing Sports and Clubs : – Played cricket at University level; – volleyball and shooting Literary Artistic & Scientific Accomplishments : Participation in drama competitions Other Information : Lecturer, Defence Studies, Agra College, Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Election Commission of India – General Elections 2004 66-Jalesar Constituency of UTTAR PRADESH

Status : Result Declared

No. of Electors 1240919 Polling Stations 1127 No. of Contestants 14 Polling %age 52.41

Candidates Valid Votes in PC Sl No. Name Party Number Percentage 4 PRO. S.P SINGH BAGHEL SAMAJWADI PARTY 287091 44.14 2 PRATYENDRA PAL SINGH (PAPPU BHAIYA) BHARATIYA JANATA PARTY 181023 27.83 1 UPDESH SINGH CHAUHAN BAHUJAN SAMAJ PARTY 149654 23.01 3 SHIVRAJ SINGH YADAV INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS 12738 1.96 7 RAMESH CHANDRA KUSHWAH RASHTRIYA SAMANTA DAL 5437 0.84 14 YATENDRA KUMAR INDEPENDENT 3693 0.57 5 DR. JASWANT SINGH YADAV RASHTRIYA JANATA DAL 3456 0.53 11 DESHRAJ INDEPENDENT 1959 0.30 13 PREMPAL INDEPENDENT 1442 0.22 9 SHAKOOR KHAN NATIONAL LOKTANTRIK PARTY 1437 0.22 6 DR. BHARAT SINGH BAGHEL LABOUR PARTY (SECULAR) 758 0.12 12 PUTTAN SINGH INDEPENDENT 758 0.12 8 VIVEK KUMAR SHARMA APNA DAL 513 0.08 10 GREESH CHANDRA INDEPENDENT 397 0.06 Total Valid Votes 650356 100.00 Lead Margin 106068 PARTY WISE PERFORMANCE OF POLITICAL PARTIES

Election Commission of India – General Elections 1999 70-Jalesar Constituency of UTTAR PRADESH

Status : Result Declared

No. of Electors 1122770 Total Votes Cast 678248 No. of Contestants 20 Polling %age 60.41

Candidates Valid Votes in PC Sl No. Name Party Number Percentage 4 PROF. S.P. SINGH BAGHEL SAMAJWADI PARTY 217336 32.85 1 OMPAL SINGH NIDAR BHARATIYA JANATA PARTY 209274 31.63 3 RAMVEER UPADHYAY BAHUJAN SAMAJ PARTY 149628 22.61 2 JAVED ALI KHAN INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS 53717 8.12 18 RAMDAS KUSHWAH INDEPENDENT 17245 2.61 11 DHIRENDRA SINGH INDEPENDENT 3382 0.51 14 BABU RAM INDEPENDENT 3186 0.48 13 NIRANJAN INDEPENDENT 2347 0.35 12 NARENDRA PAL INDEPENDENT 2168 0.33 5 VIKAR UDDIN AHMED NATIONAL LOKTANTRIK PARTY 901 0.14 17 RAJPAL INDEPENDENT 488 0.07 6 SHYAM BAHADUR SINGH CHAUHAN AJEYA BHARAT PARTY 479 0.07 8 ASHISH INDEPENDENT 418 0.06 7 ARVIND INDEPENDENT 295 0.04 10 JAY PRAKASH INDEPENDENT 213 0.03 15 BHAGWAN SINGH INDEPENDENT 172 0.03 20 SURAJ PAL SINGH INDEPENDENT 150 0.02 16 BHAJAN LAL INDEPENDENT 108 0.02 19 RAM PAL SINGH INDEPENDENT 96 0.01 9 GULAB SINGH INDEPENDENT 83 0.01 Total Valid Votes 661686 100.00 Lead Margin 8062 PARTY WISE PERFORMANCE OF POLITICAL PARTIES

1998

Election Result of Jalesar Lok Sabha Constituency

Total electorate 1,123,347 Total votes polled 681,199

Votes polled in favour of the first four leading candidates

(1) Prof. S.P. Singh Baghel (S.P.) 265,505 (2) Shri Ompal Singh Nidar (B.J.P.) 262,771 (3) Shri Boop Singh Baghel (B.S.P.) 108,878 (4) Shri Munna (Ind.) 9,522 ________________________________________

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