Ghulam Nabi Azad

Ghulam Nabi Azad

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Ghulam Nabi Azad is 65 years old Rajyasabha MP, elected from state as a member of Party.

Ghulam Nabi Azad was born to Shri Rahamatullah & Shrimati Basa Begum

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An outstanding N.C.C. Cadet in Government Degree College, Bhadarwah, G.G.M. Science College and S.P. College, Srinagar
courted arrest more than a dozen times and jailed during the Janata Government (1977-79) in different parts of the country
Chairman, First International Youth Conference, Delhi, 1982
Member, (i) Delegation to the 11th World Youth and Students' Festival, Havana (Cuba), 1978, (ii) Central Haj Committee, 1980-82,(iii) Governing Council, Rajaji International Institute of Public Affairs and Administration, 1980-82, (iv) Jammu and Kashmir Bhoodan Committee, (v) Parliamentary Delegation to Mexico and Greece and (vi) Indian Parliamentary Group
Leader, (i) Indian Delegation of Sarvodaya to Sri Lanka to visit one thousand Gandhian model villages, 1973, (ii) Youth Congress Delegation to Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Romania and Russia, 1980-82, (iii) Young M.P.s' Delegation to Iraq, 1981, (iv) Indian Goodwill Haj Delegation to Saudi Arabia, 1987, (v) Indian Parliamentary Delegation to Sweden, 1991 as Parliamentary Affairs Minister, (vi) Indian Parliamentary Delegation in the Inter-Parliamentary Union meeting held in New Delhi, 1992 as Parliamentary Affairs Minister and (vii) a number of Congress Party and Ministry of Civil Aviation Delegations to more than three dozen countries, 1991-96
Convener, (i) Central Campaign Committee of A.I.C.C. for 1998 Parliamentary Elections and (ii) Committee for Golden Jubilee Celebrations of India's Independence of A.I.C.C.
has held many positions in the Indian National Congress
Member, Congress Working Committee (CWC) since 1987
General Secretary, All India Congress Committee since 1999
Assets ( In Rupees)More than 1 Crore(s)
Profession
EducationM.Sc. (Zoology) Educated at Government Degree College Bhadarwah, G.G.M. Science College, Jammu, S.P. College, Srinagar and Kashmir University, Srinagar
Permanent AddressHouse No. 9, Hyderpora Byepass, Distt. Badgam, Srinagar,Jammu & Kashmir.
Delhi Address5, South Avenue Lane, New Delhi - 110003
Telephone : 23792052, 23792944
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  • mahesh sindwani

    sir iam mahesh sindwani secretary delhi pardesh congress committee &the member rao tula ram hospital jaffarpur delhi govt. want to meet u tomarro morring

  • malik

    My name is H.U.Malik i am from kashmir and would like to meet you as my e-mail has not been replied

  • Irfan

    ask sir I am irfan from bareilly I had done my bachelor degree in bachelor in physiotherapy from G G S I P university Delhi in march 2012 but I have no job since I completed my degree pls si do something for me I elder guy in my family thanking you sir

  • ggggg

    Most logical solution for telangana ……..

    Option
    a : Keep silent if party decides against
    telangana,,,,,,,,,,let the agitation go on…………………..prepare for some inevitable
    seat losses……

    Option
    b : If u
    want to split the state ………………………………………………………..

    ……………………………………split into 3 states

    1st state
    ………….. Seemandhra state (13 districts)

    2nd state …………Hyderabad state with 5 districts (Hyderabad
    ,rangareddy, mahaboobnagar, nalgonda and khammam)

    3rd state …………Telangana with 5 districts (adilabad,nizamabad,medak,karimnagar
    ,Warangal)

    Advantages
    of this option : People of seemandhra will have no
    problem because Hyderabad did not go to KCR………….their ego will be
    satisfied…………….,(though KCR is an MP from mahaboobnagar,he hails from medak)

    People of 5 districts
    in Hyderabad state will be very happy ………because they have Hyderabad with them

    Problems
    with this option :
    People of 5 districts of telangana state will not be happy but any how
    in these districts TRS is already strong so congress has not much to
    loose..(even in those 5, the district which is declared as new capital may not be that unhappy)

    So final
    calculation

    18 districts …….happy

    1 district ………ok

    4 districts ……. Unhappy

    That should be a safe bet for congress…………..

    Another
    problem may be that BJP may not accept it but it can be overcome by the support
    of other parties…………..

  • Giri, Washington DC

    The Parliamentary committee that is objecting to the idea of helping rural community with Bsc health care professionals is wrong. To prove that, have the Parliamentary committee to get health care from their rural hospitals. Why are they having different health policy when compared to villagers. They should have access to health care same as villagers in their constituency. Then they would realize that at least having a Bsc doctor in their communities is better than having no doctor. Dear Mr. Azad, you are 100% correct and truthful with your idea and support to get the healthcare to the gates of rural communities. We in USA support it 100% and will support you with every step of this ordeal.