Harpal Singh Panwar

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Harpal Singh Panwar (born 1 June 1945) is an Indian politician. He was born in the village of Nala in Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh. He has been a Member of Indian Parliament (Lok Sabha) for two terms in 1989 & 1991. Mr. Harpal Panwar was also the General Secretary and Vice-President of Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee (UPCC).

Mr. Harpal Panwar is well-known leader of western Uttar Pradesh (India) and has been involved in various movements of farmers in U.P. Mr. Harpal Panwar was also appointed the Vice-Chairman of Council for Advancement of People's Action & Rural Technology (CAPART), Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India in 1996.

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Father’s Name - Late Ch. Ram Singh

Date of Birth - June 01, 1945

Place of Birth - Village Nala, District Muzaffarnagar, U.P, India

Marital Status - Married

Date of Marriage - May 01, 1968

Spouse’s Name - Smt. Yogesh Kumari

Educational Qualifications : M.A, B.Ed

Profession - Agriculturist

Permanent Address - Village & P.O Nala, District Muzaffarnagar, U.P, India

Positions held:

1983-85- Executive Member, L.D.

1986-87- Executive Member, L.D. (A)

1987-88- Executive Member, J.P.

1989 onwards- Executive Member, J.D.

1989- Elected to Ninth Lok Sabha

1990- Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Communications, Govt. of India

1990- Member, Committee on Public Undertakings, Govt. of India

1991- Re-elected to Tenth Lok Sabha

1996- Appointed as Vice-Chairman of CAPART, Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India


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