Bandana Kumari Mla Bibliography


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Rao RAN BAHADUR SINGH, 27th Rao Sahib of Churhat since 1955. Married Rani Krishna Kumari, daughter of HH Raja Dalip Singhji of Jhabua, and his wife, Rani Gopal Kumari, and has issue.
  • Rajkumari Subhadra Kumari, born , married into Achrol, and has issue.
  • Yuvaraj Krishna Kumar Singh, married Yuvrani Durga Rajya Lakshmi Devi, daughter of Shri Bharat Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana of Nepal, and has issue.
    • Rajkumar Anant Vijay Singh [Dhruv Singh], married 28th February/1st March 2009 in Bhopal, Maharajkumari Shree Manjari Devi, daughter of HH Maharaja Shri Udit Pratap Deo of Kalahandi, and his wife, HH Maharani Padma Manjari Devi, daughter of HH Maharaja Shri Pradeep Chandra Bhanj Deo of Mayurbhanj.


  • Raja SHIV BAHADUR SINGH, 26th Rao Sahib of Churhat, he was granted the title of Raja as a personal distinction, served as minister in the Central cabinet under Jawaharlal Nehru; married 1stly, married 2ndly, married 3rdly, Rani Mohini Devi, and had issue, four sons and five daughters. He died .
    • Rani Laxmi Devi (by 1st wife), married the Raja Ramendra Vikram Singh of Athadma in Uttar Pradesh, and had issue, one son.
    • Rani Sushila Kumari (by 1st wife), married Rana Sahib Shri Jagdishwar Prasad Singhji of Chaugain in Bihar, and had issue, three sons and one daughter.
    • Rani Shanta Devi (by 3rd wife), married Rao Saheb Indra Pal Singh of Pachon in Aligarh District, Uttar Pradesh, and had issue, two sons and two daughters.
    • Rao Ran Bahadur Singh (by 1st wife) (qv)
    • Rajkumar Arjun Singh (by 3rd wife), born in Churhat, Distt. Sidhi, Madhya Pradesh; Educated at Allahabad University and Agra University (B.A., LL.B.); Member of the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly 1957/1985; Minister of State for Agriculture, and General Administration Department (GAD) and Information and Public Relations in the Government of Madhya Pradesh 1963/1967; Minister of Planning and Development, Government of Madhya Pradesh 1967; Minister of Education, Government of Madhya Pradesh 1972/1977; Leader of Opposition, Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly 1977/1980; Chief Minister, Madhya Pradesh 1980/1985; Governor of Punjab in 1985; Minister of Commerce in the Government of India 1985/1986; Member of the Eighth Lok Sabha 1985/1988; Minister of Communications, Government of India 1986/1988; Member of the Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly 1988/1991; Chief Minister, Madhya Pradesh 1988/1989; Minister of Human Resource Development, Government of India 1991/1994; Member of the Tenth Lok Sabha 1991/1996; Elected to Rajya Sabha in April 2000 and re-elected in March 2006; Member, Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Home Affairs 2000/2004; Member of the Committee on Rules 2001/2004; Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Human Resource Development 2002/2004; Member of the General Purposes Committee 2002/2004; Union Minister of Human Resource Development 2004/2009; married 2nd June 1948, Rajkumar Rani Saroj Kumari of Pratapgarh (M.P.), born , and had issue. He died of a heart attack at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Delhi and was cremated at Churhat (Wikipedia).
      • Thakur Abhimanyu Singh, born , married 22nd January 1976, Kunwarani Veena Kumari, born , daughter of Maharaj Dilipsinhji Godji of Kutch, and has issue.
        • Kunwar Abhijeet Singh, born , married 19th February 2006 (div. 2011), Bhanwarani Priyanka Singh, daughter of Raja Madhvendra Singh of Narauli, Moradabad Dist.
        • Baiji Lal Aradhana Kumari, born .
      • Thakurani Veena Kumari, born , ran as an Independent candidate from Sidhi Lok Sabha constituency in the 15th Lok Sabha elections; married Thakur Bhuvaneshwar Prasad Singh of Singhrauli, Sidhi District (M.P.), and has issue.
        • Kunwar Aishwarya Singh, born , married 22nd/23rd February 2007 at New Delhi, Devyani Rajya Lakshmi Devi, daughter of Shri Pashupati Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana of Nepal, and his wife Rani Usharaje Scindia.
        • Baiji Lal Amritha Kumari
      • Thakur Ajay Singh [Rahul Singh], born , M.L.A. (Madhya Pradesh); married 1981, Kunwarani Suniti Singh of Gumanpura, and has issue.
        • Kunwar Arunoday Singh, born , Bollywood actor (Wikipedia).
        • Baiji Lal Akriti Kumari, born .
        • Baiji Lal Ambika Kumari, born .
    • Rajkumar Dr. Sajjan Singh (by 3rd wife), born , educated in the U.S.A., married and has issue, two sons and two daughters.
      • Kunwar Dr. Vijay Singh, married and has issue.
        • Baiji Lal Malini Kumari
        • Baiji Lal Bhavna Kumari
      • Kunwar Amar Singh, married and has issue.
        • Bhanwar Udayan Singh
        • Baiji Lal Anushree Kumari
      • Thakurani Sandhya Kumari, married Thakur Ajai Singh of Pokhran, and has issue, one daughter.
        • Baisa Darshika Kumari, born .
      • Baiji Lal Madhu Kumari, married and has issue, one son.
    • Rajkumari Usha Kumari (by 3rd wife), married and had issue, one son and two daughters.
    • Rajkumar Ganga Singh (by 3rd wife), married and had issue, one son and two daughters.
      • Baiji Lal Vandana Kumari
      • Baiji Lal Manju Kumari
      • Kunwar Sanjay Singh
    • Rajkumari Padma Kumari, married Uday Pratap Singh, and has issue, one son and one daughter.
  • Rao RAN BAHADUR SINGH, 27th Rao Sahib of Churhat (see above)




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Bandana Kumari is an Indian politician belonging to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). She is president of women's wing of the party, Aam Aadmi Party Mahila Shakti.[1] She is currently a Member of the Delhi Legislative Assembly (MLA) from the Shalimar Bagh constituency of Delhi, which she represents since 2013. Bandana Kumari was deputy Speaker of the Sixth Legislative Assembly of Delhi.

Personal life[edit]

Bandana Kumari was born on 11 March 1974 in Samastipur, Bihar. Her father's name is Braj Kishore Sharma.[2] She completed her 12th standard from Ram Briksh Benipuri School, Muzaffarpur in 1991 under the BSE (state) board. Bandana further got the Bachelor of Arts (BA Hons) from B. R. Ambedkar Bihar University, Muzzaffarpur in 1994. Her husband's name is Sajjan Kumar; they have a son named Kumar Niketan, who is a student of class 11. Both of them were self-employed as per 2013 affidavit.[3] She is presently a housewife [4] and a social worker. She is a resident of Shalimar Bagh, Delhi with her husband and son.[2][5]


In the assembly elections of December 2013, Bandana Kumari was elected from as an MLA from the Shalimar Bagh constituency in Delhi after defeating three-time sitting MLA, Ravinder Nath Bansal of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) by a margin of 10,651 votes; she secured 47,235 votes. She was instantly hailed as a "giant killer". Bandana's victory was considered a shocking defeat for the BJP as the constituency was traditionally considered to be a stronghold of the party. The constituency was with the BJP since 1993. Shalimar Bagh was also the constituency of BJP's chief minister Sahib Singh Verma in 1993 and Bansal had held the seat for 15 years.[6][7][8]

Bandana became President of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Mahila Shakti, the AAP's women's wing. She raised issues of women's safety in the city. The AAP's women's wing and Youth wing started 22 Gramin Sewa vehicles for females and senior citizens from Delhi metro stations in December 2014 to address Women's safety and woo women voters.[1] Bandana was renominated for Shalimar Bagh in the 2015 Delhi Legislative Assembly elections. She fought the election on issues of women's safety and corruption.[8]

Bandana won over BJP's Rekha Gupta, the Standing Committee Deputy Chairman New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC), by a victory margin of 10,978 votes. She also got higher votes (62,656) than 2013 elections.[9][10][11]

The AAP won 67 of the 70 seats in Delhi. It announced on 12 February 2015 that Bandana Kumari would be its nominee for the deputy Speaker of the Sixth Legislative Assembly of Delhi.[12] On 23 February, she was formally elected as deputy Speaker; while Ram Niwas Goel became the speaker.[13]


  1. ^ ab"Bandana Kumari flags off 22 Gramin Sewa vehicles for women". I am in DNAOf North East Delhi. 1 December 2014. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  2. ^ ab"Profile". Delhi Assembly official site. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  3. ^"2013 election affidavit"(PDF). Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  4. ^PTI (Jan 3, 2015). "AAP names 8 more nominees, completes list for Delhi Assembly elections". CNN IBN. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  5. ^"Shalimar Bagh: Results". NDTV. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  6. ^"Assembly polls 2013: No Modi magic in few of the Delhi seats; BJP blame infighting, casual attitude". The Economic Times. Dec 9, 2013. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  7. ^Indrani Basu (2015-02-10). "6 Women Candidates Who Won Delhi Elections". The Huffington Post India. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  8. ^ ab"'There is no Modi wave in the city'". Deccan herald. Jan 30, 2015. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  9. ^"Election Result". ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA. Retrieved 16 February 2015. 
  10. ^Assembly Elections 2015 Results, Election Commission of IndiaArchived 2015-02-10 at the Wayback Machine.
  11. ^"Delhi polls: AAP's broom sweeps away BJP mayors, councillors". The Economic Times. Feb 10, 2015. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  12. ^Neha Lalchandani, (12 Feb 2015). "Manish Sisodia to be deputy CM of Delhi". Times of India. Retrieved 19 February 2015. 
  13. ^"Ram Niwas Goel is new Speaker, Bandana Kumari his deputy". The Asian Age. 23 February 2015. Retrieved 26 February 2015. 

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