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Mausam Noor

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Mausam Benazir Noor
মৌসম বেনজির নূর
Member of the Indian Parliament
for Maldaha Uttar
Assumed office
2009–Incumbent
Preceded by New constituency
MLA
In office
17 January 2009 – 16 May 2009
Preceded by Rubi Noor
Succeeded by Abu Nasar Khan Choudhury
Constituency Sujapur
Personal details
Born (1979-10-15) 15 October 1979 (age 38)
Kolkata
Nationality Indian
Political party Indian National Congress
Spouse(s) Mirza Kayesh Begg
Children Mirza Ayman Noor Begg & Amyra Noor Begg
Residence PO Kotwali, English Bazar
Alma mater Calcutta University(LL.B.)
Profession Advocate

Mausam Benazir Noor (born 15 October 1979), an Indian Politician, is a Second Term Member of Parliament Lok Sabha from the Indian State of West Bengal. She is a member of the Indian National Congress. She was born on 15 October 1979

The daughter of Late Syed Mohammad Noor and Late Rubi Noor, Mausam Benazir Noor was educated at La Martiniere Calcutta School, and is a law graduate from the University of Calcutta.[1] She entered politics when she contested and won from Sujapur (Vidhan Sabha constituency) after the demise of her mother in 2009. Her mother had won that seat thrice. A Muslim by faith, she was the West Bengal Youth Congress President.[2][3][4] Thereafter, she was elected to the Lok Sabha, the same year from Maldaha Uttar (Lok Sabha constituency).[5]

She is the niece of Legendary A. B. A. Ghani Khan Choudhury, the Railway Minister in the Third Indira Gandhi Ministry. Her other maternal uncle, Abu Hashem Khan Chowdhury, is also in politics. He is a Congress MP from Maldaha Dakshin (Lok Sabha constituency) .

She declined a Ministerial Berth in the Union Cabinet and preferred motherhood instead.[6]

References

  1. ^ "Detailed Profile: Smt. Mausam Noor". Government of India. Retrieved 2010-10-04. 
  2. ^ "Young Mausam Noor of Ghani Khan Choudhury family retains bastion". Indian Muslim. Archived from the original on 25 December 2010. Retrieved 26 September 2010. 
  3. ^ "West Bengal State Assembly Byelections 2009". Indian Election Affairs. Archived from the original on 13 July 2011. Retrieved 2009-08-29. 
  4. ^ "Results of bye – elections to the 31 (thirty one) Assembly Constituencies and 1(one) Lok Sabha Constituency" (PDF). Election Commission of India. Retrieved 2009-08-29. 
  5. ^ "West Bengal – Maldaha Uttar". Results of General Election 2009. Indian Election Affairs. Retrieved 2010-10-02. 
  6. ^ Indian Woman M.P. Mausam Noor sacrifices ministerial berth for motherhoodYesPunjab

External links

External video
Mausam Noor
Mausam Noor at Ranaghat
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