Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Dorjee Khandu biography

Dorjee Khandu is the current Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh.Was sworn in on 9 April 2007 as the fifth chief minister of Indian state, replacing Gegong Apang. Tribal Monpa, he is the son of late Medications Dorjee, and four sons and two daughters.
Does the Indian Army Intelligence Core and worked there for over seven years. He received a gold medal for his services rendered during the Bangladesh war intelligence;
Involved in social activities for the village people Tawang District, and looked after their welfare, until the year 1980; 1980: Selected as the first undisputed ASM 1980 and worked in the same capacity until 1983; 1982: President, Culture and co-operatives in those years due to the enthusiastic efforts of cultural and cooperatives located in Tawang and lead the team representing the culture of Arunachal Pradesh in Delhi for the Asiad in 1982 and won the silver medal for good performance;
1983-1987: undisputed District Selected as Vice President of West Kameng District Zilla Parishad from 1983 to 1987, from 1987 to 1990: engaged in intensive social work and brought the water supply, electricity, communications, schools, religious institutions, etc., to remote villages from 1987 to 1990; 1990: First elected to the Legislative Assembly of uncontested state of Arunachal Pradesh, in March 1990, the district Thingbu-Mukto; 1995 re-elected to the Legislative Assembly of Arunachal Pradesh II, in March 1995 from the same constituency, Minister of State for Cooperation with 21-03-1995. 1996: Cabinet Minister of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary, Dairy Development from 21 September 1996. 1998: The Minister, of Power from 2006 to 1998 1999: elected to the Third Legislative Assembly of Arunachal Pradesh in October 1999; 2002: Minister for Mines, humanitarian aid and rehabilitation from 15 October 2002 to 27 June 2003. 2003: Minister for Relief and Rehabilitation and crisis management. 2004: Re-elected without opposition from the district Mukto in 2004 assembly election, the Minister of Power, NCER, care and rehabilitation.

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