4th Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

DANGE, SHRI S. A., Comm., (Maharashtra-Bombay Central South, 1967):  s. of Shri Amrit Raghunath Dange; b. at Bombay, October 10, 1899 ; m. Shrimati  Ushabai Dange,  August  5,  1927; 2 d.;  Social  and  Political  Worker;  left studies  and  Joined  non-cooperative  movement in 1920; was Editor  "Socialist" (Publish  Weekly), 1922-24; Member, Bombay  Legislative Assembly, 1946-51; spent about sixteen years in jail in connection, inter alia, with the Kanpur Conspiracy Case (1924-27), Meerut Conspiracy Case (1929-35) anti-war activities (1939-43) and Bombay State Linguistic Agitation (1956); Founder-Member of the Communist Movement in India from 1922 onwards; Founder-Member of A.I.T.U.C., 1920; Member, Second Lok Sabha, 1957-62.

Favourite pastime and recreation:  Cricket.

Special interests:  History and economics.

Publications:  Gandhi vs. Lenin, Hell Found, Literature and People, India-From Primitive Communism to Slavery.

Travels abroad:  All over Europe, including U.S.S.R., China.

Permanent address:  Kohinoor Road, Dadar, Bombay-14.