Yashpal Arya

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Yashpal Arya
Assumed office
March 2012
Constituency Bajpur
President Uttarakhand Pradesh Congress Committee
In office
2007 – June 2014
Preceded by Harish Rawat
Succeeded by Kishore Upadhyaya
Personal details
Born 1952
Political party Indian National Congress

Yashpal Arya is an Indian National Congress leader and member of the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly in India.[1][2] He was elected from Mukteshwar constituency in the Uttarakhand state assembly elections, 2007.

He has been the President of Congress Party's Uttarakhand Pradesh Congress Committee (Uttarakhand PCC).[3] He was elected from Bajpur assembly constituency in 2012 and was being thought to be the frontrunner for the chief ministerial candidature until the congress high command made Vijay Bahuguna , son of former Uttar Pradesh CM late Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna swear into the post.