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Ratna Singh

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Preceded by  Akshay Pratap Singh
Party  Indian National Congress
Role  Indian Politician
Name  Ratna Singh
Succeeded by  Harivansh Singh

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Born  29 April 1959 (age 56) New Delhi, India (1959-04-29)
Political party  Indian National Congress

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Ratna Singh (born 29 April 1959, New Delhi) is an Indian politician from the Indian National Congress party, and represented the Pratapgarh, Uttar Pradesh constituency in the 15th Lok Sabha. She is often informally referred to as Rajkumari (princess) or Rani (queen), since she belongs to the derecognized Kalakankar branch of the Oudh royal family.

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Career

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She had won from Pratapgarh in 1999, but lost the 2004 elections to Akshay Pratap Singh alias Gopalji, Ratna and Raghuraj are both related to the but hail from different branches.

General elections 2009

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Ratna Singh regained the Pratapgarh constituency in the Indian general elections, 2009, defeating her nearest Samajwadi Party rival Prof. Shivakant Ojha, by over 30,000 votes. Akshay Pratap Singh came in third, and fourth was the noted criminal-politician Ateeq Ahmed who was fighting the elections from prison. Partly, her victory has been attributed to a re-allocation of the boundaries of the electoral district, whereby Raja Bhaiya's Kunda district was re-apportioned to a separate area.

Subsequently, in the 2014 (16th)Lok Sabha elections she was trounced by sitting MP Rajbansh Singh.

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Ratna Singh Wikipedia


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