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Sukhbir Sinha

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Name  Sukhbir Sinha
Role  Politician
Died  November 2, 1928

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Lala Sukhbir Sinha (1868-1928) was a noted politician, zamindar and Hindu Mahasabha leader from United Province of British India

He was born in year 1868 at Muzaffarnagar and was son of Rai Nihalchand Bahadur. He was educated at Agra College.

He was elected member to United Province Legislative Council in 1909. Further, he was elected member to the first Council of State in 1921 and also the Second Council of State in 1926. He also served as president of Anglo-Sanskrit School, Muzafarnagar; Honorary Magistrate, Muzafarnagar and as Trustee of Meerut College, Meerut and the Central Hindu College of Benares. He was closely associated with Hindu Mahasabha and a noted leader of Hindus of region, who lead the 'Anti Cow-killing Movement in United Province. He was Honorary Secretary of Zamindar's Association, Muzafarnagar. He also presided over the Vaishya Conference held at Allahabad, 1910.

He owned lands in Muzafarnagar and Saharanpur.

He died on 2 November 1928.

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