Charan Singh Net Worth

Charan Singh Net Worth is
$14 Million

Charan Singh Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Charan Singh aka Chaudhary Charan Singh (23 December 1902 – 29 May 1987) was the sixth Prime Minister of the Republic of India, serving from 28 July 1979 until 14 January 1980.Charan Singh was born in a Jat family in 1902 in village Noorpur of Hapur District in Uttar Pradesh Charan Singh entered politics as part of the Independence Movement. After independence, he became particularly notable in the 1950s for opposing and winning a battle against Jawaharlal Nehru's socialistic and collectivist land use policies, for the sake of the Indian Farmer, which endeared him to the agrarian communities throughout the nation, particularly in his native Uttar Pradesh.The leader of the Bharatiya Lok Dal, a major constituent of the Janata coalition, he was disappointed in his ambition to become Prime Minister in 1977 by Jayaprakash Narayan's choice of Morarji Desai. He settled at the time for the largely honorary post of Deputy Prime Minister of India. During 1977 Lok Sabha Elections, there was not a single party, hence it was problem, which symbol has to be adopted (many parties joined the front to contest the elections after emergency was over). Hence, a request was made to Chaudhary Charan Singh (Lok Dal) and he agreed to release his party-Lok Dal's symbol "HALDHAR'. It was because of efforts of Raj Narain he later became Prime Minister in the year 1979 though Raj Narain was Chairman of Janata Party-Secular and assured Charan Singh of elevating him as Prime Minister, the way he helped him to become Chief Minister in the year 1967 in Uttar Pradesh. However, he resigned after just 24 days in office since Indira Gandhi's Congress Party withdrew support to the government. Charan Singh said he resigned because he was not ready to be blackmailed into withdrawing Indira Gandhi's emergency related court cases.Charan Singh holds the record of being the sole Prime Minister of India who did not face the Lok Sabha even for a single day during his short tenure of just a month. The day before the Lok Sabha was due to meet for the first time, the Indian National Congress withdrew their support from his Bharatiya Lok Dal Government. Charan Singh resigned and fresh elections were held six months later.He continued to lead the Lok Dal in opposition till his death in 1987, when he was succeeded as party president by his son Ajit Singh. His association with the causes dear to farming communities in the North India caused his memorial in New Delhi to be named Kisan Ghat. (In Hindi, Kisan is the word for farmer.)The Amausi Airport in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh is also called as Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport after him. The university of Meerut city in Uttar Pradesh, India, is also named after him (Chaudhary Charan Singh University).

Full NameCharan Singh
Date Of Birth1902-12-23
Died1987-05-29
Place Of BirthNoorpur, United Provinces, British India
ProfessionCostume Department, Actor, Miscellaneous Crew
EducationDr. B. R. Ambedkar University
NationalityIndian
SpouseGayatri Devi
ChildrenAjit Singh and 4 others, Satya Wati, Ved Wati, Gyan Wati, Saroj Verma, Ajit Singh], Sharda Singh, Satya Wati, Ved Wati, Gyan Wati, Saroj Verma, Ajit Singh, Sharda Singh
ParentsS.Harbans Singh Grewal Ji

Costume Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Aamne Samne1982dresses
Barsaat Ki Ek Raat1981dress - as Charan
Bhola Bhala1978dressman
Ananda Ashram1977wardrobe
Amanush1975wardrobe
Victoria No. 2031972costume assistant
Jaane-Anjaane1971costume assistant
Amar Prem1971costume assistant
Kati Patang1970costume assistant
Aradhana1969assistant costumes
An Evening in Paris1967costume assistant
Sawan Ki Ghata1966costume assistant
Kashmir Ki Kali1964wardrobe assistant
Taj Mahal1963wardrobe assistant

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Anglistanispost-productionArjun Singh

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Bairaag1976production assistant

Known for movies

Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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