Satish Mishra

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Satish Misra
MP of Rajya Sabha for Uttar Pradesh
Assumed office
5th July 2010
Leader of the Party in the Rajya Sabha
Assumed office
July 2017
Preceded byMayawati
Personal details
BornNovember 9, 1952[1] (age 63)
Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India
Political partyBahujan Samaj Party
Spouse(s)Shrimati Kalpna Misra ((1980–present)
Children4 Daughters & 1 Son
ResidenceLucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Alma materUniversity of Allahabad
Pandit Prithi Nath College

Satish Chandra Misra is an Indian politician who was the cabinet minister in Mayawati ministry in Uttar Pradesh, India, and a part of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP). He is a lawyer by profession. He is a member of Rajya Sabha.

He is now the All India General Secretary of Bahujan Samaj Party.

Personal life[edit]

Satish Misra is son of Late Justice Tribeni Sahai Misra & Late Dr. Shakuntala Misra. He was born on 9 November 1952 in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. He did his Graduation & then L.L.B. for Pandit Prithi Nath College & Allahabad University.

He married Kalpna Misra on 4 December 1980. The couple have 4 daughters & a son.


  • Jan. 1998-Feb.1999 Chairman, Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh
  • May 2002 - Sept. 2003 Advocate General, Uttar Pradesh
  • Jan. 2004 onwards All India General Secretary, Bahujan Samaj Party (B.S.P.)
  • July 2004 Elected to Rajya Sabha
  • Aug. 2004 onwards Member, Committee on Home Affairs Member, Committee on Petroleum and Natural Gas Member, Business Advisory Committee
  • Sept. 2004 onwards Member, Committee on Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (Rajya Sabha).
  • Oct. 2004 onwards Member, Consultative Committee for the Ministry of External Affairs.
  • Jan. 2006 onwards Member, Joint Parliamentary Committee on Wakf
  • June 2006 onwards Member, Parliamentary Forum on Youth
  • July 2010 Re-elected to Rajya Sabha (second term)
  • July 2016 Re-elected to Rajya Sabha (third term) [2][3]


  1. ^ "Shri Justice Satish Mishra". Bahujan Samaj Party. Retrieved 28 June 2016.
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