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Constituency Pilibhit (Uttar Pradesh)
Name Maneka Sanjay Gandhi (Winner)
Party BJP
S/O,D/O,W/O Sanjay Gandhi
Born 26 August 1956 (age 60) New Delhi, India
Address 14 Ashoka Rod New Delhi
Self Profession Parliament Member
Spouse Profession
Criminal Cases 1
Education 12Th Pass
Total Asset Rs:37,41,32,826
Liablities Rs:2,19,202
Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Contact 1123357088
Children Varun Gandhi
Spouse(s) Sanjay Gandhi

About: 

Maneka Sanjay Gandhi (née Anand; born 26 August 1956, Delhi, India) is the Indian Union Cabinet Minister for Women & Child Development in the Government of PM Narendra Modi. She is also an animal rights activist, environmentalist, and widow of the Indian politician Sanjay Gandhi. She has been a minister in four governments, and has authored a number of books in the areas of etymology, law and animal welfare. Maneka Gandhi is a member of the Nehru-Gandhi Family.

Personal life:
Maneka was born in Delhi into a Sikh family. Her father was Indian Army officer Lt. Col. Tarlochan Singh Anand and her mother was Amteshwar Anand. She went to Lawrence School and later Lady Shri Ram College for Women.She subsequently studied German at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
She gave birth to a son in 1980 named Feroze after his paternal grandfather. Her mother-in-law added the name Varun. Maneka was just twenty-three years old and her son just 100 days old, when her husband, Sanjay, died in an air crash.


Electoral history:

  1. 1989-91 - Member of Lok Sabha from Pilibhit (Lok Sabha constituency), elected on a Janata Dal party ticket
  2. 1996-98 - Member of Lok Sabha from Pilibhit (Lok Sabha constituency), elected on a Janata Dal party ticket
  3. 1998–99 - Member of Lok Sabha from Pilibhit (Lok Sabha constituency), elected as an Independent Candidate
  4. 1999–2004 - Member of Lok Sabha from Pilibhit (Lok Sabha constituency), elected as an Independent Candidate
  5. 2004-09 - Member of Lok Sabha from Pilibhit (Lok Sabha constituency), elected on a Bharatiya Janata Party ticket
  6. 2009-14 - Member of Lok Sabha from Aonla (Lok Sabha constituency), elected on a Bharatiya Janata Party ticket 2014-present - Member of Lok Sabha from Pilibhit (Lok Sabha constituency), elected on a Bharatiya Janata Party ticket

Positions held:

  1. 1988–89 – General-Secretary, Janata Dal (J.D.)
  2. 1989–91 – Union Minister of State (Independent Charge), Environment and Forests January-April 1990 – Union Minister of State (Independent Charge), Programme Implementation
  3. 1996–97 – Member, Committee on Science and Technology, Environment and Forests
  4. 1998–99 – Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Social Justice and Empowerment.
  5. 13 October 1999 – 1 September 2001– Union Minister of State, Social Justice and Empowerment (Independent Charge)
  6. 1 September 2001 – 18 November 2001 – Union Minister of State, Culture with additional charge of Animal Care (Independent Charge) Programme Implementation and Statistics with additional charge of Animal Care (Independent Charge)
  7. 18 November 2001 – 30 June 2002 – Union Minister of State, Programme Implementation and Statistics with additional charge of Animal Care (Independent Charge)
  8. 2002–2004 – Member, Committee on External Affairs
  9. 2004 – Member, Committee on Health & Family Welfare, Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Environment and Forests
  10. 5 August 2007 – onwards Member, Committee on Health & Family Welfare
  11. 31 August 2009 – Became Member of Committee on Railways
  12. 23 September 2009 – Chairperson, Committee on Government Assurances
  13. 19 October 2009 – Member, General Purposes Committee
  14. 26 May 2014 – Union Minister of Women & Child Development

Awards:

  1. Shining World Compassion Award along with a cheque for 20,000 dollars from Supreme Master Ching Hai International Association.
  2. Lord Erskine Award from the RSPCA, 1992
  3. Environmentalist and Vegetarian of the year 1994
  4. Prani Mitra Award, 1996
  5. Maharana Mewar Foundation Award, 1996 for Environmental work
  6. Marchig Animal Welfare and selling Prize, Switzerland, 1997
  7. Venu Menon Animal Allies Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award, 1999
  8. Bhagwan Mahaveer Foundation Award for Excellence in the sphere of Truth, Non-violence and Vegetarianism, 1999
  9. Dewaliben Charitable Trust Award, 1999
  10. International Women's Association Woman of the Year Award, Chennai, 2001
  11. Dinanath Mangeshkar Aadishakti Puraskar in the field of Environment and animal welfare, 2001
  12. Rukmini Devi Arundale Animal Welfare Award
  13. A.S.G. Jayakar award, 2008
  14. Human Achiever Award in field of Women Empowerment and Children Welfare by Mrs Caroline W/O Ambassador Of Namibia and Ms Sanorita Issac, founder & Chairperson, Human Achiever Foundation, India.