Tenth Lok sabha
Members Bioprofile

JHA, SHRI BHOGENDRA

[C.P.I. - Madhubani (Bihar)]

Father's Name

Date of Birth

Place of Birth

Marital Status

Spouse's Name

Children

Educational Qualifications

 

Profession

Permanent Address

Present Address

Positions held

1938-41

1941-48 and 1954-57

1963-73

1964 onwards

1967

 

1971

 

1972-78

1980

1989


24 Jan., 1990

23 March, 1990

1990


1991

Books published

 

 


Special Interests


Favourite Pastime and Recreation



Countries visited


Other Information

 

Late Pt. Banshmani Jha

1923

Baraha in Distt. Darbhanga (now Madhubani) Bihar

Married

Late Dr. (Smt.) Chandrakala Jha

Three sons

Under-graduate

Educated at C. Mithila College, Darbhanga (Bihar)

Political and Social Worker

Vill. and P.O. Baraha, Benipatti, Distt. Madhubani (Bihar)

34, Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Road, New Delhi-110001 Tel. 3715956

 

Organising Secretary, A.I.S.F., Distt. Darbhanga (Bihar)

Secretary, District Committee, CPI, Darbhanga, Bihar


Member, Secretariat, State Council of CPI, Bihar

Member, National Council of CPI

Elected to Lok Sabha (Fourth)

Member, Committee on Public Undertakings

Re-elected to Lok Sabha (Fifth)

Member, Committee on Public Undertakings

Central Executive Member, C.P.I.

Elected to Lok Sabha (Seventh) for the third time

Elected to Lok Sabha (Ninth) for the fourth time


Member, Committee of Privileges

Member, Committee on Official Languages

Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of External Affairs


Elected to Lok Sabha (Tenth) for the fifth time

'Bharat Ka Swatantrata Sangram' (Hindi), 'Rin Mukti Abhiyan' (Hindi), 'Multi-purpose High Dams' (English, Hindi and Maithili), 'River Management' (English), 'Rashtriya Swayam Sewak Sangh Ideology X-rayed" (English), 'Ancient Indian Tradition and Communism' (English and Maithili), 'Bhartiya Darshan Ka, Kha, Ga, Gha' (Maithili)


Study of ancient Indian Philosophy and Sociology (Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin)

Reading and gardening



Widely travelled


Warned for communist activities by Commissioner, Muzaffarpur on 30 August 1940; suffered imprisonment during the 'Quit India Movement' in August 1942 and on five other occasions during British rule; Murderously assaulted by Police-landlord combine on 4 January 1947, killing two and injuring nine survivors; arrested eleven times after Independence; Joint Secretary, All India Kisan Sabha, 1967; its Vice-President since 1979; assaulted by Police and jail authorities several limes including by P.A.C., Uttar Pradesh on 3 May 1980.