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Members of Parliament - Shri Krishan Pal Gurjar

Shri Krishan Pal Gurjar
  • Constituency / State : Faridabad (Haryana)
  • Party :BJP

  • Constituency Address
    House No. 1302, Sector-28, Faridabad, Haryana-121008
    Constituency Phone
  • Delhi Address
    8, Tughlak Lane, New Delhi-110011
    Delhi Phone

Shri Krishan Pal Gurjar is a gentle, affable and grounded person. He was born in a peasant family to Shri Hans Raj Zaildar on February 4, 1957, in the village of Mevla Maharaj Pur. He has inherited all his good qualities from his father Shri Hans Raj who was a great and gentle man.

After completing his school education Shri Gurjar enrolled into Jawaharlal Nehru University, from where he graduated in the year 1978. Those were his college years when his interest aroused in politics, this is the reason that he started taking active part in Students politics and thus became the General Secretary of college student union. After graduation he further chose to pursue a Degree in Law from the Meerut University, which he completed with flying colors. During this period of education he was deeply touched by the ideas and policies of BJP, and thus chose to become an active member of BJP. It was the year 1994 that Mr. Krishan Pal Gurjar entered electoral politics by winning the election to the Corporation Councilor. In the same year he got chosen as the party's State Minister.

It was in the year 1996 that Shri Krishan Pal Gurjar contested in Haryana Vidhan Sabha elections and was elected the MLA from Mevla Maharajpur constituency. In the same year he was also chosen the Transport Minister of Haryana during the governing period of Choudhary Bansi Lal. He diligently and honestly served his tenure as the Transport Minister and became a preponderant politician during the period. In the next assembly elections he was reelected as the MLA of Mevla Maharaj Pur constituency along with becoming the leader of BJP's legislator team. It was in these elections that he emerged as the voice of the Common Man in the state Legislator Assembly. He did not win the election of 2004, but it did not stop him from serving the common man, as he doubled his efforts and remained as an active member of the state politics. On July 9, 2009, BJP assigned him the post of State President of the party and the elections were led under his leadership and it was this year that he was elected MLA from the Tigaav constituency.

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