Sharad Yadav Family: Who are all in Sharad Yadav’s family? Daughter Subhashini is increasing her political legacy – न्यूज़लीड India

Sharad Yadav Family: Who are all in Sharad Yadav’s family? Daughter Subhashini is increasing her political legacy

Sharad Yadav Family: Who are all in Sharad Yadav’s family?  Daughter Subhashini is increasing her political legacy


Sharad Yadav was a gold medalist in engineering

Born in July 1947 in Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh, Sharad Yadav was born in Babai village. BSc from Science College, Jabalpur in the year 1964 and engineering degree from College of Engineering, Jabalpur in the year 1970. He also got a gold medal in engineering studies. He was elected the President of the college during his engineering studies. Father Nand Kishore Yadav was a farmer and mother Sumitra Yadav was a homemaker. Sharad’s elder brother was Ravi Shankar Yadav.

Sharad Pawar is survived by a son and a daughter.

Sharad Pawar is survived by a son and a daughter.

Sharad Yadav married Rekha Yadav in 1989. He is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter. Son’s name is Shantanu Bundela and daughter’s name is Subhashini Raja Rao. Shantanu has done his post graduation from University of London. Sharad Yadav’s daughter is active in politics. In the 2020 Bihar assembly elections, Subhashini contested from the Bihariganj assembly seat on a Congress ticket. She had lost the election from this seat.

Subhashini is carrying forward her father's legacy

Subhashini is carrying forward her father’s legacy

Subhashini is considered close to Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi. He is married in a political family in Haryana. Subhashini joined Congress party in 2020. Subhashini is carrying forward his political legacy. Sharad Yadav’s birthplace may have been Madhya Pradesh but his work place was Bihar. Sharad Yadav was first elected Lok Sabha MP in 1974 from Jabalpur.

Sharad Yadav elected MP from three states

Sharad Yadav elected MP from three states

He reached the Lok Sabha four times from Madhepura seat in Bihar, twice from Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh and once from Badayu in Uttar Pradesh. Sharad Pawar was influenced by the socialist ideas of Lohia and JP. He was the first disciple of JP. In 1990, Sharad Yadav was also instrumental in implementing the recommendations of the Mandal Commission on Vishwanath Pratap Singh. He became the first leader of the country who got the opportunity to be elected as MP from three different states MP, UP and Bihar.

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