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Rao Inderjit Singh taking charge as the Minister of State for Corporate Affairs, in New Delhi on July 12, 2021.

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Rao Inderjit Singh takes charge as Union Minister of State in Ministry of Corporate Affairs

NEW DELHI: Rao Inderjit Singh took charge as Union Minister of State in the Ministry Corporate Affairs (MCA). Before taking charge as Union Minister of State for MCA, Singh already holds Union Minister of State (Independent Charges) for Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation as also for the Ministry of Planning.

Singh is a Member of Parliament (MP) from Gurgaon constituency in Haryana in the 17th Lok Sabha. He is currently serving his 5th term as an MP. Active in public service for over 4 decades,Singh was earlier a Member of Legislative Council (MLA) from Jatusana Vidhan Sabha in Haryana and served as Minister in state Government of Haryana.

Singh has done graduation and LL.B from Delhi University.Singh, an advocate and agriculturist by profession, is 71 years old and is also an active political and social worker.

Singh is a descendent of Rao Tula Ram, Freedom Fighter of India’s 1st War of Independence in 1857.

 

 

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