Thakur Jugal Kishore Sinha

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Thakur Jugal Kishore Sinha
ठाकुर युगल किशोर सिंह
Member: 1st Lok Sabha
Personal details
Born 1908
Died 1980
Spouse(s) Ram Dulari Sinha
Children Madhurendra Kumar Singh
Religion Hindu Rajput
Was Freedom-Fighter & Member of Parliament from Muzaffarpur North-West parliamentary constituency in Bihar (Sheohar is the Present name)

Thakur Jugal Kishore Sinha (Hindi: ठाकुर युगल किशोर सिंह) (1908–1983) was an Indian politician. He belonged to an aristocratic Rajput family, basically land owners. He was elected to the 1st Lok Sabha from Muzaffarpur North-West Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar in 1953 (presently, Sheohar constituency). He was part of the freedom movement and also known as the Father of cooperative movement in India. He married Ram Dulari Sinha, who, like him, was a leader of the freedom movement, and who later became Union Minister and the Governor of Kerala.[1] Thakur Jugal Kishore Sinha fought for India's independence.