Uday Singh (Fiji politician)

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Uday Singh is an Indo-Fijian politician, who was a supporter of the pre-coup Alliance Party.

Family[edit]

Mr. Uday Singh is Married to Mrs. Viday Wati Singh and has 4 children Anildra, Shalendra, Sharmila Kiran and Sameer Uday Singh.

Politician[edit]

After several unsuccessful attempts in earlier elections, he won the Indian National seat based in Ba in a by-election in 1985 in which he defeated his brother, James Shankar Singh of the National Federation Party and Mahendra Chaudhry of the Fiji Labour Party. He held the seat seat until the 1987 elections. He was appointed to the Senate by the President, effective from 30 May 1994.[1]

Supporter of Arya Samaj[edit]

He has been a supporter of Arya Samaj in Fiji and has played a leading role in the Ba branch of the Arya Pratinidhi Sabha of Fiji. At present he is the chairman of the Board of Governors of the two schools run by the Arya Samaj in Ba. He has an elder brother, eldest of the three Shital Singh.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MEMBERS THE SENATE".