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Sarojini Hembram

Sarojini Hembram
Member: Rajya Sabha
Personal details
Born (1959-10-01) 1 October 1959
Rairangpur, Mayurbhanj Orissa
Political party Biju Janata Dal
Spouse(s) Bhagirathi Nayak
As of December 9, 2014
Sarojini Hembram

(1 October 1959) is an Indian politician from the Odisha state. She belongs to the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) party. She was elected to the Odisha Legislative Assembly from Bangriposi (Odisha Vidhan Sabha constituency) in 2009 and became the minister for textile, handlooms and handicrafts in the Odisha Government. She was elected to the Rajya Sabha the Upper house of Indian Parliament in 2014 from Odisha.

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References

  1. ^ "Sarojini Hembram first woman MLA from Odisha elected to RS".  
  2. ^ "Odisha 'focus state' at 33rd India International Trade Fair". Deeptiman Tiwary.  
  3. ^ "BJD wins 3 Rajya Sabha seats, Congress gets one". Business Standard. February 7, 2014. Retrieved 9 December 2014. 

External links

  • Sarojini Hembram Rajya Sabha Profile
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