Monday, January 30, 2006

Indradeep Sinha : A Veteran CPI Leader

Son of Shri Raghubir Sinha
Born on - July 1, 1914;
Married to Shrimati Shanti Devi and 3 daughters .;
Member. Bihar Legislative Council, 1964—74;
Minister. Government, of Bihar, 1967-68:
Member, Rajya Sabha. 3-4-1974 to 2-4-1980 and 7-7-1980 to 6-7-1986;
Secretary, Bihar State Council, C.P.I-, 1962—67.
Per. Add. : (i) Village and Post Office Shakara, Dindayalpur , District Siwan (Bihar)
He Did not hesitate to write a book which become much famous "Sathi ke Kisanon ka Aitihasic Sangharsha (Historic Struggle of Sathi Peasants), " 1969 in Hindi, Patna and REAL FACE of JP's TOTAL REVOLUTION , 1974 ( all JP followers are requested to read this book ).
The changing agrarian scene : problems and tasks is another his book while approx 25 books he published on the problem of KISAN and MAZDOOR

Shri Indradeep Sinha passed away on the 26th May, 2003 at the age of 89 years following cardiac arrest at Patna Ruban Memorial Hospital . he was GOLD MEDALIST in economics from PATNA UNIVERSITY A lecturer and journalist by vocation, Shri Sinha joined CPI in 1940 and was Secretary of the Bihar State Council of the Communist Party of India from 1962 to 1967 and had served as the General Secretary of the All India Kisan Sabha since 1973 till late nineties. Shri Sinha was also editor of the ‘Hunkar’, ‘Janasakti’ and ‘New Age’ weeklies.

Shri Indradeep Sinha started his legislative career with the membership of the Bihar Legislative Council, where he was a member from 1964 to 1974. He also served as the Minister of Revenues in the United Front Government of Bihar from 1967 to 1968. As Revenues Minister, he took several initiatives to ameliorate the condition of the poor and downtrodden class and took steps for distribution of land to the landless in the State. At the same time another veteran leaders from Bhumihar community were made ministers Sri Chandrashekhar Singh, Sri Kapildeo Singh and Opposition leader was MAHESH BABU .Shri Sinha represented the State of Bihar in this House for two terms from April, 1974 to April, 1980 and again from July, 1980 to July, 1986.

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