Chaudhary Charan Singh
Chaudhary Charan Singh, son of Smt. Netra Kaur and Chaudhary Meer Singh, was born on 23 December 1902 in Noorpur village in Meerut District of Uttar Pradesh. Chaudhary Charan Singh had his primary education in his native village school at Jani Khurd, and passed his matriculation from the Government High School, Meerut. He graduated in Science from Agra College in 1923, did his M.A. in History from Agra University, passed the L.L.B. examination in 1927 and got himself enrolled as an advocate in Ghaziabad.
In his youth, Chaudhary Charan Singh exhibited a strong social conscience, and the will to act in accordance with his moral compass.
Chaudhary Ajit Singh
Chaudhary Ajit Singh, the National President of Rashtriya Lok Dal is currently serving his 6th term as Lok Sabha Member of Parliament in the 15th Lok Sabha. Born on 12 February, 1939, he is an alumnus of Lucknow University, I.I.T, Kharagpur and the Illinois Institute of Technology (U.S.A). He worked for 17 years in the computer software engineer in the emerging IT industry in U.S.A.
Ch. Ajit Singh first entered parliament as a Member of the Rajya Sabha in 1986. He led his own faction of Lok Dal (Ajit) in 1987.
Shri Jayant Chaudhary is the National General Secretary of the Rashtriya Lok Dal, and a Member of Parliament representing Mathura, Uttar Pradesh in the 15th Lok Sabha. He graduated with an Msc from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and worked briefly in an investment banking firm before contesting the 2009 General Elections.
Jayant Chaudhary is currently serving as member of the Standing Committee on Finance,
Separate Telangana is TRLD’s sole agenda: MP Jayant Chaudhary
Hyderabad: The Rashtriya Lok Dal is here to stay. The party has sought to muster the support of the people of Telangana to further their own cause, says Jayanth Chaudhary, RLD MP and son of Ajit Singh (Union Minister for Civil Aviation).
In an exclusive interview to Mahesh Avadhutha of The Hans India, he stated that the RLD, as a strong advocate of smaller states, had always been with the Telanagana movement, through its ups and downs.Read more...