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Dp Tripathi

Elected fromMaharashtra
DOB Nov 29, 1952
Death January 2, 2020
Place of Birth Village Malikpur Nonara, Distt. Sultanpur (Uttar P
Political PartyNationalist Congress Party
Father's NameLate Shri Rajdeo Tripathi
Mother's NameLate Shrimati Ram Pyari Devi
Marital StatusMarried on 1 March 1971
SpouseShrimati Rukmini Tripathi
ChildrenThree sons
EducationM.A. (Political Science) Educated at Allahabad University, Allahabad and Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
Profession before joining politics Writer, Political and Social Worker
Positions Held MP of Rajya Sabha for Maharashtra ( 3 April 2012 - 2 April 2018)



Last Updated on June 17, 2020

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