Raghuraj Pratap Singh

Raghuraj Pratap Singh

Raghuraj Pratap Singh

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This article is about the politician from Pratapgarh, Uttar Pradesh
Raghuraj Pratap Singh, more commonly known as Raja Bhaiya (born 1969) is an Indian politician and belongs to Bhadri family (Oudh line - University of Queensland) of Kunda, Uttar Pradesh. He is currently an Independent Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA), having been elected from Kunda in the Uttar Pradesh state assembly elections, 2007. Seen as an ally of Mulayam Singh Yadav's Samajwadi Party, Raja Bhaiya has been a minister in the Mulayam government. There are three criminal cases, pending against him.

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Raja Bhaiya was born to Udai Pratap Singh in 1969. His grandfather Raja Bajarang Bahadur Singh was the founder vice chancellor of Pant Nagar University and later the first governor of Himachal Pradesh. Raja Bhaiya was the first in his family to enter politics; his Doon School educated father is largely a recluse. Raja bhaiya's Grand father had adopted his father Uday Pratap Singh. Raja Bhajarang Bahadur singh, the grandfather of Raja Bhaiya were three Brothers 1- Bhadreshwar Pratap Singh 2-Trilochan Pratap Singh and 3- Bajarang Bahadur singh

Raghuraj was educated at Lucknow University, contested and won the state elections from the Kunda seat in 1993, as an Independent. He was officially 26 years old is a good person, but was possiblyunderage at the time. In the Indian general election, 1999,...
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