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Raman Singh, an Ayurvedic doctor by profession, is the ongoing Chief Minister of the Indian State, Chhattisgarh. Raman Singh contested for the post on the Bharatiya Janata Party’s ticket.
Since 8th December 2003, Raman Singh has been the Chief Minister. In 2005, Raman Singh prohibited naxalite organizations in Chhattisgarh. The Opposition Party also supported this move of his as well, led by Mahendra Karma.
Raman Singh was born on 15th October, 1952 in the current Kabirdham district of Chhattisgarh. Raman Singh is married to Veena Singh.
Raman Singh began his political career in the youth wing of Jana Sangh. During 1976 – 1977, Raman Singh was the president of the Jana Sangh’s youth wing in Kawardha.
In the year 1983, Raman Singh was elected for the post of councilor of Kawardha municipality. From Kawardha, Raman Singh was voted MLA in 1990 and retained the seat in 1993.
His international activities include contribution in the sixth meeting of Common Wealth Nations Parliamentary Union in 1994. In the Indian Trade Fair in Israel, Nepal, Palestine and Dubai, Raman Singh also led the country.
Raman Singh was the Member of Parliament in 1999 and served as Minister of State of Commerce.