Nand Kumar Patel

Nand Kumar Patel

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Nand Kumar Patel (born November 8, 1953, on Sunday) is an Indian National Congress politician from the Chhattisgarh state of India. He has won the legislative election from the Kharsia Assembly Constituency Fifth time in a row (1990, 1993, 1998, 2003 and 2008). He always stay away from controversy and News head line. He has served as a cabinet minister in state governments of Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh.

Early days

Nand Kumar Patel was born in a well reputed farmer family in Nandeli village of Raigarh district in Chhattisgarh(before in madhyapradesh) as the second son of Mahender Singh Patel and Indumati Patel. His childhood was spent in rural atmosphere. He got married to Neela Patel on February 6, 1972.

Political career

During the year 1979, Nand Kumar Patel was elected the Member of Block Development Committee Raigarh (in Panchayati Raj) which marked the beginning of his political career. From 1983 till 1990, he remained the unopposed sarpanch of Nandeli panchyat. During his tenure,village head is known as sarpanch in Democratic way in India. Indira Aawas was constructed in Nandeli village and handed over to the villagers by immediate Madhya Pradesh State Governor Sarla Grewal on April 19, 1989.

On March 5, 1990, Patel was elected MLA of 9th Legislative Assembly of Madhya Pradesh (Chhattisgarh was a part of Madhya Pradesh then). Arjun Singh, the then Chief Minister identified the political talent of Nand Kumar Patel, and gave him the...
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