Nitish Kumar (Politician) Age, Wife, Family, Caste, Biography & More

Nitish Kumar (Politician) Age, Wife, Family, Caste, Biography & More

Nitish Kumar Biography - About family, political life

Nitish Kumar - Nitish Kumar is an Indian politician associated with the Janata Dal Political Party. Who remained Chief Minister of Bihar state of northern India. Earlier, from 2005 to 2014, Nitish Kumar was the Chief Minister of Bihar.

Nitish Kumar was born in the Kurmi family of Harnaut in Nalanda district of Bihar. His father's name was Kabiraj Ram Lakhan Singh and mother's name was Goddess Devi. His father was also associated with freedom fighter and Bihar Vibhuti Anugad Narayan Singh. And there was also an Ayurvedic Vaidyaraja.

In 1972, he obtained the degree of Electric Engineer from Bihar College of Engineering. After this, the Bihar State Electricity Board started working, and after some time, he entered politics.

Nitish Kumar
Nitish Kumar Biography

Nitish Kumar
is associated with the socialist class of politicians. Jayprakash Narayan, Ram Manohar Lohia, S.N. Sinha, Karpuri Thakur and V.P. In the umbrella of veterans like Lion, they read the lessons of politics.

He also participated in the Jaiprakash Narayan Abhiyan in 1974 and 1977, and at the same time he was also associated with Satyendra Narayan Singh, the chief and influential leader of the era.

Union Minister :-

Nitish Kumar became the Union Minister of Railways and Minister of Surface Transport and later in 1998-99, Agriculture Minister in Atal Bihari Vajpayee's NDA Government. In August 1999, after the Gasele train accident, taking over the responsibility of the accident as Railway Minister, resigned. In the short term of the Railway Minister in 2002, he also started the Internet booking facility. In which millions of people booked railway tickets and also started instant ticketing facility during their tenure.

Later that year, as an agriculture minister, he again got into the Union Cabinet. From 2001 to May 2004, he again became the Union Minister of Railways. In the Lok Sabha elections in 2004, he contested from two places, in which he won from Nalanda constituency but lost to the traditional constituency.

Chief minister of Bihar :-

Nitish Kumar's government also started the cycle and food program - Nitish Sarker used to give bicycles to school students. This led to the gradual increase in the number of girls going to school in Bihar and people gladly started sending their children to school.

In 2010, Nitish's party aligned with the Bharatiya Janata Party and regained political power again. On November 26, 2010, Nitish took oath as the Chief Minister of Bihar. This was his second consecutive term as Chief Minister of province. Nitish Kumar's JDU-BJP party won the election by a margin of four to five.

In this election, the name of the NDA was 206 and the name of RJD was 22 seats. No other party in the state won so many seats that it could resist the Nitish government in the assembly, because it was mandatory for any party to win at least 25 seats to protest. For the first time in that election, a large number of young Biharis had voted and in the same election Bihar was given the status of the best election, in which no one's blood was flown nor any riots took place.

Resignation :-
On May 17, 2014, he filed a petition for the resignation of the Bihar government. All this, he did in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections due to poor performance of his party, in which his party succeeded in winning only 2 seats out of 20 seats. Kumar resigned while taking the responsibility of his party's poor performance on his shoulders and Jitin Ram Manjhi handled the party.

On February 22, 2015, Nitish Kumar again went to the Chief Minister's office. Bihar elections in 2015 are still considered the toughest elections till now. In this election, Nitish Kumar formed the alliance between the RJD and the Congress and formed a coalition and reversed the BJP.

During the alliance, Nitish took part in the election and Narendra Modi's party also made a verbal attack on the BJP. Ultimately, the elections in the elections were won by the margin of 178 seats, in which BJP got only 58 seats.

In the electoral results, the RJD party managed to win 80 seats and JDU 71 seats. After this, he was crowned the Chief Minister of Bihar on November 20, 2015 and Laloo Yadav's younger son, Tejashiv Yadav became the fourth Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar. On July 26, 2017, Nitish resigned as Chief Minister of Bihar and accused Deputy Chief Minister of corruption.

After accusing Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tasvish Yadav of corruption, Nitish asked Yadav to resign from the Cabinet, but his acceptance of this matter was clearly denied by the RJD. Keeping in view its clean and anti-corruption image, Nitish resigned from the post of Chief Minister on July 26, 2017. Because of which the alliance broke.

private lives :-

On February 22, 1973, Nitish Kumar married Manju Kumari Sinha, who is a teacher. He has a son named Nishant (born 20 July 1975), who has completed his engineering studies from BIT-Mesra. In 2007, at the age of 53, his wife Manju Sinha died.

A book based on life :-

• Arun Sinha has also published a book based on his life, entitled 'The Rise of Bihar'.
• Sandhankaran Thakur has published a book based on his life, titled Single Man: The Life and Times of Nitish Kumar of Bihar.

Respect - Awards :-
  • In the National State Poll 2007 organized by CNN-IBN and Hindustan Times, he was made the Chief Minister.
  • CNN-IBN Great of the Year - India Politics, 2008
  • Economic Times "Business Reformer of the Year 2009"
  • NDTV Indian of the Year - Politics, 2009
  • "Polio Eredication Championship Award" 2009, Rotary Club of International
  • Forbes "Indian Person of the Year", 2010
  • "MSN Indian of the Year 2010"
  • NDTV Indian of the Year - Politics, 2010
  • CNN-IBN "Indian of the Year Award" - Politics, 2010
  • In 2011, he was given "Sir Jahangir Gadi Madal" by XLRI, Jamshedpur for industrial and social peace.
  • In the top 100 global thinkers of 2012, he was ranked 77th in Famous Foreign Magazine.
  • J.P. Memorial Award, Nagpur Human Temple, 2013
  • Nitish was honored with the undivided award for the liquor ban in Bihar by the Shwetambar Teerpanthi Mahasabha (Jain Institute).

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