Narahari Mahato

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Narahari Mahato
Narahari Mahato

(1956-03-10) 10 March 1956 (age 62)[1]
Residence Purulia & New Delhi.[1]
Nationality India
Citizenship  India
Education MA & BEd.[1]
Alma mater Burdwan University & Ranchi University.[1]
Occupation Politician, agriculturist, teacher & social worker.
Years active 2006 – date
Home town Selani, Purulia.
Political party All India Forward Bloc.[1]
Spouse(s) Mrs. Abha Mahato.[1]
Children 01 (daughter)
Parent(s) Mr. Ratanchandra Mahato (father) & Mrs. Shashi Mahato (mother).[1]

Narahari Mahato is a member of the 15th Lok Sabha of India. He represented the Purulia constituency of West Bengal and is a member of the AIFB (All India Forward Bloc) political party.[1]

Education and background

Mahato has masters degree (MA) in Political science, history & Bengali. He belongs to a farmer family. After completing his education, he worked as teacher (subsequently as Headmaster) in Srirampur High School in Joypur.[1]

Posts held

# From To Position
01 19 September 2006 2009 Elected to 14th Lok Sabha in by-election
02 2006 2009 Member, Committee on Information Technology
03 2009 Re-elected to 15th Lok Sabha (2nd term)
04 2009 Leader, All India Forward Bloc Parliamentary Party, Lok Sabha
05 31 August 2009 Member, Committee on Coal and Steel
06 23 September 2009 Member, Committee on Papers Laid on the Table

See also


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Biography". Lok Sabha Website.

External links

Party political offices
Preceded by
Leader of the All India Forward Bloc Party in the 15th Lok Sabha
Succeeded by
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