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Prakash Karat Chaudhary
DOB07/02/1948
Place of BirthLetpadan, Myanmar
Political PartyCommunist Party of India (Marxist)
EducationGraduation form Madras Christian College, Masters degree in politics from University of Edinburgh & Ph.D. from JNU.
Marital StatusMarried on on 23 January 1985
Spouse NameBrinda Karat
ChildrenNone
Position HeldGeneral Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (11 April 2005 - 19 April 2015)

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