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Jharna Das Baidya

Elected fromTripura
DOB 1. Oct. 1962
Place of Birth Mirza, Udaipur, Distt. South Tripura (Tripura)
Political PartyCommunist Party of India (Marxist)
Father's NameLate Jatiendra Chandra Das
Mother's NameShrimati Bipula Das
Marital StatusMarried on 30 June 1993
SpouseShri Kaushik Baidya
EducationB.A. (Hons.), M.A. (Bengali) Educated at Tulsi Bati Balika Vidyalaya, Agartala, M.B.B. College, Agartala and University of Calcutta
Profession before joining politics Civil Service, Political and Social Worker, Publisher
Positions Held
  • MP of Rajya Sabha for Tripura (Assumed office- 3rd April 2016)
  • MP of (Rajya Sabha) for Tripura ( 3rd April, 2010 - 2nd April, 2016)



Last Updated on June 24, 2020

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