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20 March 1950|
Tinsukia, Assam, India
|Residence||Hisar, Haryana, India|
|Occupation||Chairperson of Jindal Group|
|Net worth||US$5.2 billion (Forbes)|
|Political party||Indian National Congress|
|Spouse(s)||O.P. Jindal (1950–2005)|
|Children||[Prithviraj Jindal, Sajjan Jindal, Ratan Jindal, Naveen Jindal, and five others|
Savitri Jindal was a Minister in Haryana Government and member of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) from Hisar constituency. She lost the seat in elections held in 2014 for the Haryana assembly. She became the chairperson after her husband, O.P. Jindal, who died in a helicopter crash in 2005. She is a member of the INC political party.
Savitri Jindal is the richest woman in India, and the 16th-richest Indian in 2016, worth over $4.0 billion; she also was the world's 453rd-richest person in 2016. The steel baroness, however, enjoys talking about her children and continuing her husband's public work. She is the world's seventh-richest mother.
In 2005, Jindal was elected to the Haryana Vidhan Sabha from Hissar constituency, which was earlier represented by her late husband Sh.O.P Jindal for a long time. In 2009, she was re-elected to the constituency and was appointed as the cabinet minister in the Haryana Government on 29 October 2013.
In the previous cabinet, she had served as the Minister of State for Revenue and Disaster Management, Consolidation, Rehabilitation and Housing and also the Minister of State for Urban Local Bodies and Housing.
The revenue of the company quadrupled after she took charge of the company. With a background and History from the state of Haryana, she served as the member of Haryana Legislative Assembly and held the office of Minister of Power till 2010. O.P. Jindal group was started in 1952 by Mr. O.P Jindal, an engineer by profession. It became the conglomerate for steel, power, mining, oil and gas. Each of these four divisions of her business is run by her four sons, Prithviraj, Sajjan, Ratan and Naveen Jindal. Jindal Steels is the third-largest producer of steel in India.
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