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Santosh Ahlawat

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Preceded by  Sis Ram Ola
Religion  Hindu
Spouse(s)  Surendra Singh Ahlawat
Party  Bharatiya Janata Party

Role  Politician
Constituency  Jhunjhunu
Name  Santosh Ahlawat
Residence  Surajgarh
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Born  July 6, 1963 (1963-07-06)
Profession  Politician, Social Worker
Similar People  Om Birla, Sanwar Lal Jat, Anju Bala

Political party  Bharatiya Janata Party
Alma mater  University of Rajasthan

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Santosh Ahlawat (born 1965) is an Indian politician and current member of Lok Sabha in 2014 from Jhunjhunu and former member of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly elected in 2013 from Surajgarh as a candidate of Bharatiya Janata Party. Born in 1965 in Surajgarh, she completed her Masters in Political Science and Economics from University of Rajasthan and worked in the education field. Later she joined politics. On 16 May 2014 she became a member of Parliament, and was the first-ever female MP from Jhunjhunu, after a record victory of more than 2.34 lac votes.


She started her career as a teacher, and over the years she did tremendous work in field of education, and made the town Surajgarh an educational hub. She serves the society now in the fields of education, politics and social services.

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