Hukumdev Narayan Yadav
Yadav receiving the Outstanding Parliamentarian Award in 2018.
|Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha|
|Preceded by||Shakeel Ahmad, INC|
(1998-1999 & 2004-2009)
|Succeeded by||Ashok Kumar Yadav, BJP|
|Born||17 November 1939|
|Political party||Bharatiya Janata Party|
|Children||3 including Ashok Kumar Yadav|
|Residence||Bijuli, Darbhanga and New Delhi|
|Alma mater||Chandradhari Mithila College|
|Occupation||Politician and agriculturist|
Hukmdev Narayan Yadav (born 17 November 1939) is a politician from Bihar, who has been Union Minister of State. He is the recipient of Padma Bhushan India's third highest civilian award. He represented the Madhubani constituency of Bihar 1977, 1999, 2009, and 2014. He was with Socialist Party in 1960s and various faces of Janata Dal and its off-shoots in 1980s, but later he joined Bharatiya Janata Party. Yadav is known for his fiery speeches in the parliament. In August 2018, Yadav was recipient of Outstanding Parliamentarian Award for 2014-2017 period and was felicitated at an event at the central hall of Parliament.
Education and background
Yadav is a Graduate. An agriculturist by profession, he is also a political figure and a social worker. Along with Indranath Jha, Yadav was very active in Madhubani; after the death of Indranath Jha, he took all the responsibility.
|01||1960||1968||Gram Pradhan, Bijuli Panchayat (two terms)|
|02||1965||1967||President, Prakhand Panchayat Samiti, Darbhanga|
|03||1967||1967||Member, Bihar Legislative Assembly|
|04||1967||1967||Member, Public Accounts Committee, Rules Committee and Committee on Petitions|
|05||1967||1967||Chief Whip, Sanyukt Socialist Party (SANSOPA), Bihar Legislative Assembly|
|06||1969||1969||Member, Bihar Legislative Assembly|
|07||1969||1969||Member, Public Accounts Committee, Rules Committee and Committee on Petitions|
|08||1969||1969||Chief Whip, Sanyukt Socialist Party (SANSOPA), Bihar Legislative Assembly|
|09||1972||1972||Member, Bihar Legislative Assembly|
|10||1972||1972||Member, Public Accounts Committee, Rules Committee and Committee on Petitions|
|11||1972||1972||Chief Whip, Sanyukt Socialist Party (SANSOPA), Bihar Legislative Assembly|
|12||1971||1971||President, Zila Parishad (District Board)|
|13||1972||1972||President, Sanyukt Socialist Party (SANSOPA), Darbhanga|
|14||1974||1977||General Secretary, Bhartiya Lok Dal, Bihar|
|15||1977||1979||Member of 6th Lok Sabha, Madhubani (Lok Sabha constituency)|
|16||1977||1979||General Secretary, Janata Party, Bihar|
|17||1977||1979||Secretary, Parliamentary Committee, Bihar|
|18||1980||1980||Elected to Rajya Sabha|
|19||1980||1986||Chief Whip, Lok Dal, Rajya Sabha|
|20||1980||1986||President, Election Committee, Lok Dal, Bihar|
|21||1982||1984||Deputy Leader, Rajya Sabha|
|22||1983||1983||National General Secretary, Janata Party|
|23||1983||1984||Member, Committee on the Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes|
|24||1985||1986||Member, Committee on Official Language|
|25||1985||1988||President, Janata Party, Bihar|
|26||1989||-||Re-elected to 9th Lok Sabha (2nd term) Sitamarhi (Lok Sabha constituency)|
|27||1989||1990||Member, Business Advisory Committee|
|28||1990||1990||Member, Committee on Public Undertakings, Consultative Committee & Ministry of Finance|
|29||1990||1990||Deputy leader, Janata Dal, Lok Sabha|
|30||1990||1991||Union Cabinet Minister, Textiles and Food Processing Industries|
|31||1999||-||Re-elected to 13th Lok Sabha (3rd term) Madhubani (Lok Sabha constituency)|
|32||1999||2000||Union Minister of State, Agriculture|
|33||2000||2000||Union Minister of State, Surface Transport|
|34||2000||2001||Union Minister of State, Shipping|
|35||2001||-||Union Minister of State, Agriculture|
|36||2009||2014||Re-elected to 15th Lok Sabha (4th term), Madhubani (Lok Sabha constituency)|
|37||2009||2014||Member, Committee on Agriculture|
|38||2009||2014||Member, Committee on Government Assurances|
|39||2009||2014||Member,Committee on Official Language|
|40||2009||2014||Member, Consultative Committee, Urban Development|
|41||2014||2019||In 2019 his son is elected from Madhubani seat, Madhubani (Lok Sabha constituency)|
- "Hukmdev Narayan Yadav". National Portal of India. Government of India. Retrieved 17 March 2017.
- "Majority of Muslims in India are descendants of Hindus: BJP MP Hukumdev Narayan Yadav".
- Mango News (29 April 2016). "Hukmdev Narayan Yadav Excellent Speech In Lok Sabha - Tears Into Congress - PM Modi - Mango News". YouTube. Retrieved 29 March 2019.
- Bharatiya Janata Party (28 July 2016). "Shri Hukmdev Narayan Yadav's speech on discussion during price rise in the country, 28.07.2016". YouTube. Retrieved 29 March 2019.
- Bharatiya Janata Party (18 March 2015). "Shri Hukmdev Narayan Yadav's speech in the discussion on The General Budget(2015-16): 16.03.2015". YouTube. Retrieved 29 March 2019.
- "Amid chaos in Parliament, MPs awarded Outstanding Parliamentarian Awards for 2014-2017 period". Dnaindia.com. Retrieved 1 August 2018.