|Constituency Garhi Sampla Kiloi|
Spouse Asha Hooda (m. 1976)
Preceded by Om Prakash Chautala
Name Bhupinder Hooda
Parents Ranbir Singh Hooda
Role Indian Politician
Education University of Delhi
Succeeded by Manohar Lal Khattar
Siblings Inderjit Singh Hooda
|Born 15 September 1947 (age 68)
Rohtak, East Punjab, India (1947-09-15) |
Political party Indian National Congress
Children Deepender Singh Hooda, Anjali Hooda
Sachchi baat prabhu chawla with bhupinder singh hooda
Bhupinder Singh Hooda (born 15 September 1947) is an Indian National Congress politician who served as the Chief Minister of Haryana from 2004 to 2014. When he began a second term in October 2009 after leading the Congress to an election victory, it was the first time since 1972 that a Haryana electorate returned a ruling party back to power. Hooda is also a Member of the Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana. In 2010, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh constituted the Working Group on Agriculture Production under Hooda's chairmanship to recommend strategies and action plan for increasing agricultural production and productivity, including long-term policies to ensure sustained agricultural growth.
- Sachchi baat prabhu chawla with bhupinder singh hooda
- Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda announces incentives
- Early life
- Political career
- Personal life
- Positions held
Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda announces incentives
Bhupinder Singh Hooda was born to Ranbir Singh Hooda and Har Devi Hooda at the Sanghi village in Rohtak district of Haryana. His father Ranbir Singh Hooda was a renowned freedom fighter.
He is an alumnus of Kunjpura Sainik School, Karnal. He did his B.A., LL.B. was educated at Punjab University, Chandigarh and the University of Delhi. He started his political career from Youth Congress.
Bhupinder Singh Hooda was elected as a Member of parliament from Rohtak Lok Sabha segment for four terms in 1991, 1996, 1998, 2004. He also remained the Leader of Opposition in Haryana's Legislative Assembly from 2001 to 2004. He also served as the President of HPCC (Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee) from 1996 to 2001. In three consecutive Lok Sabha elections of 1991, 96 & 98, he defeated Ch. Devi Lal in electoral battles fought in the Jat heartland of Rohtak in Haryana. He attended international Conferences like World Youth Festival in USS.R, World Parliamentary Conference in China, International Conference in USSR as a delegate of AICC and OISCA and International Conferences in Japan and South Korea.
He is also President, All India Young Farmers' Association, Haryana ; Ex-Member, Market Committee, Rohtak; Director, Bank of India, 1989–92; Secretary, Farmers' Parliamentary Forum, 1991 onwards; Founder-Member and Working President of All India Freedom Fighters' Successors' Organisation; Working President, National Federation Railway Porters, Vendors and Bearers. Elected as a President for the Khadi & Village Industries Commission Employees Union & Patron for the National Khadi & Village Industries Board's Employees Federation – an apex body of all State K&V.I Board's Employees Unions.
To encourage youngsters to pick up Olympic sports, Hooda announced a cash award of Rs 25 million for the state athletes who would win gold medal in any discipline at the London Games. Cash prize money of Rs 15 million and Rs 10 million for silver and bronze medal winners has also been announced.
Hooda married Asha Dahiya in 1976.
Haryana Vidhan Sabha
On 5 March 2005 – Sworn in as Chief Minister of Haryana (1st term)
On 25 October 2009 – Sworn in as Chief Minister of Haryana. (2nd Term)