Dr.B.D. Kalla



Bulaki Das Kalla, or Dr. B.D. Kalla, as he is popularly known, is a renowned name in the Indian social and political arena. Born on the 4th of October in the year 1949, he is the son of Shri Giridhari Lal Kalla and grew up to be one among the famous people of Bikaner. Dr. B.D. Kalla is a social activist, an educationist and a busy political person, all wrapped in one.

Dr. B.D. Kalla began his career as a lecturer in a Bikaner educational institute. Later, in 1980 he was elected for the first time to represent Bikaner City in the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly. This continued for a total of five times till the year 2003. Kalla served as the Minister for Secondary Education from 1990 and 2003 and did justice for his position with his previous experience in the education sector.

Dr. B.D. Kalla was also the leader of the opposition party from January 2004 to January 2006, as an active member of Indian National Congress Party. In March 2005, the famous personality, Dr. B.D. Kalla, graced the position of Presidentship of the Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee.



Last Updated on 19 December 2011



     


     

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