Tika Ram Paliwal

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Tika Ram Paliwal
4th Chief Minister of Rajasthan
In office
3 March 1952 – 31 October 1952
Preceded byJai Narayan Vyas
Succeeded byJai Narayan Vyas
ConstituencyMahuwa
Personal details
Born1909
Died8 February 1995 (aged 85-86)
Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Political partyIndian National Congress

Tika Ram Paliwal (1909 – 8 February 1995) was an Indian politician, who served as the Chief Minister of Rajasthan from 3 March 1952 to 31 October 1952.

Paliwal was born at Mandawar village in the present-day Mahuwa tehsil of dausa district. He was a prominent Indian independence activist. He was a minister in Jai Narayan Vyas government form 26 April 1951 to 2 March 1952. He became the chief Minister of first democratically elected Rajasthan Legislative Assembly as Jai Narayan Vyas lost in the elections. Later Jai Narayan Vyas got elected in by-election from Kishangarh and again took over the post on 1 November 1952. So Tika Ram Paliwal resigned from the Cabinet for a short period and re-joined it.[1]

He was MLA from Mahuwa twice in 1952 and 1957.[2] In 1962, he was elected from the Hindaun Lok Sabha constituency as independent candidate.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sadhna Sharma. "Rajasthan". States Politics in India. Mittal Publications, New Delhi.
  2. ^ NAME OF ELECTED CANDIDATES FROM 1952 ONWARDS
  3. ^ MEMBERS OF THIRD LOK SABHA Archived 10 September 2009 at the Wayback Machine

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Preceded by
Jai Narayan Vyas
Chief Minister of Rajasthan
March 1952—October 1952
Succeeded by
Jai Narayan Vyas