Haryana Vidhan Sabha MLA
MLA Name Shri Aftab Ahmed
Party INC
House 12th
Constituency Name Nuh
Constituency Type General
Date of Birth 27/01/1966
Place of Birth Village Dhauj(Faridabad)
Sex Male
Father Name -
Marital Status Married
Spouse Name Smt.Memuna Sultan
Number of Son(s) 2
Number of Daughter(s) 1
Qualification(s) B.Com,LL.B
Place(s) of Education Chandigarh
Present Profession Advocate
Language(s) Known Hindi,English,Punjabi,Urdu
Social Activities Interest In economics; Agriculture;and Social system of Society; Upliftment of poor Sections and downtrodden; to work for Harmony and good relations between various sections of society.
Hobbies Reading
Favourite Past-time Visiting Religious and historical places of our country.
Sports and Clubs Cricket,Badminton, Table tennis, Football and Lawn Tennis
Foreign Travels Performed Haj Pilgrimage at Mecca( Saudi Arabia) in 2006
Office Member,Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee; President, District Congress Committee( Mewat)
Conferences Attended A.I.C.C session of Congress party at Calcutta, Banglore, Hyderabad and Delhi.
Number of Times Elected 1
Years of Election 2009
Favourite Subjects Irrigation and water Management Systems and Schemes
Publications -
Permanent Address No.1 Rest House Road, Nuh(Mewat)
Veg/Non-Veg No
Total Votes 116128
Total Votes Polled 86781
Winning Candidate Votes 33925
Nearest Rival Votes 17021
Won By -
Any Other Information The grandfather Late Ch.Kabir Ahmed was elected MLA in Haryana from Nuh Constituency in 1975 and again from Taoru Constituency in 1982; father Ch. Khurshid Ahmed was Elected MLA in Punjab in 1962 and in Haryana in 1968 from the Nuh constituency; elected from Taoru in 1977 and again from Nuh Constituency in 1987 and 1996; The father remained minister three times in haryana and member of Parliament (lok Sabha) in 1988;Mahatma Gandhiji and the father Ch. Khurshid Ahmed have been the source of inspiration to plunge into the public life; endowed with an aim to work for the socially neglected section of society and to improve the living conditions of farming community; have a vision to make the Mewat region an example for best water management and irrigation schemes for handsome return to the farmers and labourers; inclined to wark for elimination of female foeticide and improvement and empowerment of women.