Radhakishan Malviya

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Radhakishan Malviya
Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha
In office
ConstituencyMadhya Pradesh
Member of Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly
In office
Preceded byBabulal Rathore
Succeeded byArjun Singh Dharu
Personal details
Born(1943-07-08)8 July 1943
Bicholi Hapsi, Indore District, British India
Died19 February 2013(2013-02-19) (aged 69)
Political partyIndian National Congress
FatherChhotelal Malviya
EducationB.A. LLB
ProfessionFarmer, politician

Radhakishan Malviya was an Indian politician. He was a member of parliament representing Madhya Pradesh in the Rajya Sabha the upper house of India's Parliament as member of the Indian National Congress.[1][2][3][4]

Political career[]

He was a prominent Dalit face of MP Congress. Labour and Parliamentary Affairs minister in Rajiv Gandhi ministry, Member of Parliament for consecutive 18 years, Chairman of Parliament Housing Committee, President of Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee for two terms, President of All India Harijan Sewak Sangh New Delhi which was formed by Mahatma Gandhi, MLA from Sanwer constituency and President of Indore District Congress Committee for 14 years.

Personal life[]

He has 1 son Rajendra Malviya chairman Madhya Pradesh Harijan Sewak Sangh, Ex. Working committee member of MP Congress and Zila Panchayat Member. He contested from Tarana constituency[5][6] in 2013 and a grandson Vishal Malviya.


  1. ^ "RAJYA SABHA MEMBERS BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES 1952 – 2003" (PDF). Rajya Sabha. Retrieved 29 March 2018.
  2. ^ Who's Who in Asian and Australasian Politics. Bowker-Saur. 1991. p. 188. ISBN 978-0-86291-593-3. Retrieved 29 March 2018.
  3. ^ Lok Sabha Debates. Lok Sabha Secretariat. 1989. p. 189. Retrieved 29 March 2018.
  4. ^ "Veteran Madhya Pradesh Congress leader Radhakishan Malviya passes away". The Times of India. 19 February 2013. Retrieved 29 March 2018.
  5. ^ "Candidate Profile – Rajendra Malviya". My Neta. Retrieved 29 June 2018.
  6. ^ "Winds of change blowing in Ghattia". Ujjain: The FREE PRESS Journal. FP News Service. 22 November 2013. Retrieved 29 June 2018.

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