Leader of Opposition


    Leader of Opposition

Father’s Name Choudhary Ranbir Singh
Date of Birth 15 Sep 1947
Place of Birth Rohtak
Ed. and place of Ed. B.A.,L.L.B.; Panjab University, Chandigarh and University of Delhi, Delhi.
Constituency Garhi Sampla-Kiloi
Party affiliation Indian National Congress
Marital Status Married
Name of Spouse Smt. Asha Hooda
Children One son and one daughter
Languages known Hindi, English and Punjabi
Present profession Agriculture and Politics
Social activities
  1. Secretary, Jat Education Society, Rohtak, Haryana
  2. Member, Managing Committee, D.A.V. Educational Society; Hassangarh, Haryana
  3. Working for Social Cohesiveness & Upliftment of poor people of the society.
Hobbies Reading, Sports and Social Service
Sports and Clubs Cricket, Lawn Tennis and Badminton; Colour Holder in Lawn-Tennis and promotion of sports in rural areas
Favourite pastime and Recreation Reading and Sports
No. of times elected MLA Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) 4 Times (1991, 1996, 1998 and 2004), MLA (Haryana) 5 Times 2000, 2005, 2009, 2014 and 2019
Foreign Travel Hong-kong, Japan, South Korea, UAE and former USSR, Pakistan, China, Nepal, U.K., France, Netherlands, Spain, Germany, Singapore, Mauritius, USA and Canada
Office, if any, held in President, All India Young Farmers’ Association, Haryana; Ex Member, Market Committee, Rohtak; Director, New Bank of India, 1989-92; Secretary, Farmers’ Parliamentary Forum, 1991 onwards; Founder-member and Working President of All India Freedom Fighters’ Successors, Organisation; Working President, National Federation Railway Porters, Vendors and Bearers
  1. 1972-77 President, Block Congress Committee, Kiloi, Haryana
  2. 1980-82 Senior Vice President, Haryana Pradesh Youth Congress
  3. 1982-83 : President, Haryana Pradesh Youth Congress
  4. 1983-87 : Chairman, Panchayat Samiti, Rohtak
  5. 1984-87 : Chairman, Panchayat Parishad, Haryana
  6. 1991 : Elected to 10th Lok Sabha
  7. 1992 To onwards, Member, All India Congress Committee
  8. 1994 To onwards, Member, Executive Committee, Congress Parliamentary Party.
  9. 1994-96 : Convenor, Haryana Congress Parliamentary Group.
  10. 1996 : Re-elected to 11th Lok Sabha (2nd Term).
  11. 1996-97 : Member, Standing Committee on Agriculture.
  12. 1997-2002: President, Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee.
  13. 1998 : Re-elected to 12th Lok Sabha (3rd Term).
  14. Member, Executive Committee of Congress Parliamentary Party.
  15. 1998-99 : Member, Committee on Agriculture; Member, Committee on Subordinate Legislation; Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Communication.
  16. 2000 : Elected to 9th Haryana Vidhan Sabha from Kiloi Constituency.
  17. 2002-2004 : Leader of Opposition in Haryana Assembly.
  18. 2004 : Re-elected to 14th Lok Sabha (4th Term).
  19. 2005 : Elected 10 11th Haryana Vidhan Sabha (bye election, from Kiloi Constituency with a record margin of 1,03,635 votes.
  20. March 4, 2005 : Elected Leader of Haryana Congress Legislative Party.
  21. March 5, 2005 : Sworn in as Chief Minister of Haryana (1st Term).
  22. 2009 : Elected to 12th Haryana Vidhan Sabha from Garhi Sampla-Kiloi Constituency.
  23. October 25, 2009 : Sworn in 85 Chief Minister of Haryana (2nd Term).
  24. 2014 : Elected to 13th Haryana Vidhan Sabha from Garhi SamplaKiloi constituency.
  25. 10.09.2019 : Leader of Opposition in Haryana Assembly.
  26. 10.09.2019 : CLP Leader.
  27. 24.10.2019 : Elected to 14th Haryana Vidhan Sabha from Garhi Sampla-Kiloi Constituency with highest margin in Haryana.
  28. 04.11.2019 : Leader of Opposition in Haryana Assembly.
  29. 04.11.2019: CLP Leader.
Conference/ Seminar/ Study tour attended World Youth Festival in U.S.S.R.; World Parliamentary Conference in China; International Conference in U.S.S.R. as a delegate of AICC and OISCA and International Conferences in Japan and South Korea.
Any Other Information Belong to a renowned Freedom Fighter Family; Father, Ch. Ranbir Singh was a Freedom Fighter & Member of the Constituent Assembly, who was imprisoned several times during the freedom movement. He also remained closely associated with Mahatma Gandhi during the later’s visit to Rohtak and nearby district of Punjab. He had a rare distinction of being member of Seven different Houses in India’s democratic history and this feat has been registered and acknowledged by the Limca Book of Records. He 8150 remained Irrigation & Power Minister during joint Punjab and he is remembered for his contribution in the creation of the Bhakra Nangal Project.
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