Jain Kumar

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Jain Kumar (Janam: 1959) ke 19 January 2007 ke Fiji ke Sugar Cane Growers Council ke pardhaan chuna gais rahaa. Uske Vijendra Autar ke jagah pe chuna gais rahaa, jiske Jagannath Sami aur aath aur board members jiske deposed sarkar appoint karis rahaa, ke sathe sack kar dewa gais rahaa [1] Kumar, isse pahile Council ke Vice Chairman aur National Farmers Union pe President rahaa.[2] 2001 me uu Fiji Sugar Cane Growers Council me Rarawai Sector se chuna gais rahaa. 2006 ke election uu Fiji Labour Party ke ticket se Ba East Indian Communal Constituency se Fiji ke House of Representatives me chuna gais rahaa.

Jain Kumar
GharBa, Fiji
CitizenshipFiji Indian
JaatiHindustani
CitizenFiji citizen
Kaamkisan
Home townBa
Jaana jaawe haeFiji ke House of Representatives ke member: 2006
Fiji Sugar Cane Growers Council ke Chairman: 2007 - 2009
PartyFiji Labour Party
DharamHindu

September 2009 me sarkar Fiji Sugar Cane Growers Council ke aapan kaam November talak band kare ke batais aur Kumar iske kaaran National Farmers Union aur Fiji Cane Growers Association ke batais.[3]

References

  1. "Sami suspended from growers council".
  2. "Jain Kumar appointed as news SCGC Board Chairman".
  3. Council blames NFU


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