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Dr Jitendra Singh

ConstituencyUdhampur
StateJammu & Kashmir
DOBNov 6, 1956
Place of BirthJammu (Jammu and Kashmir)
Political PartyBharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
Father's NameLate Sh. Rajinder Singh
Mother's NameSmt. Shanti Devi
ReligionHinduism
EducationMBBS, M.D. (Medicine), Fellowship (Diabetes) MNAMS (Diabetes and Endocrinology) Educated at Stanley Medical College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu and All India Institute of Medical Science, New Delhi
ProfessionDoctor, Politician
Marital status Married
Spouse(s)Manju Singh
Children2
Positions held
  • Minister of State (I/C) for Development of North Eastern Region, Minister of State for Prime Minister Office Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Department of Atomic Energy & Department of Space, Government of India (Assumed office 26 May 2014)
  • Member of the India Parliament for Udhampur (Assumed office 2014)



Last Updated on June 18, 2020

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