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Jagdambika Pal

Jagdambika Pal


Jagadambika pal is an Indian politician from Uttar Pradesh who contested in the 15th Lok Sabha elections as an INC candidate until he rendered in his resignation and joined BJP in 2014. In 2014, he was elected in the 16th Lok Sabha elections from Domariyaganj Constituency in Uttar Pradesh. He also served as the MLA of Basti constituency for three consecutive terms from 1993-2007. He served as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh for 3 days in 1998 when Governor of Uttar Pradesh dismissed Kalyan Singh's government. It was later restored after courts order. An advocate by profession, Jagdambika Pal holds an M.A. in Pol. Science, Ancient & Modern History and LL.B from Gorakhpur Univesity.

Personal Life

Full Name Jagdambika Pal
Date of Birth 13 Jul 1975 (Age 44)
Place of Birth Vill. Rameshwerpuri, Distt. Basti (Uttar Pradesh)
Party name Bharatiya Janta Party
Education Post Graduate
Profession Advocate Educationist
Father's Name Late Shri Surya Bux Pal
Mother's Name Late Smt. Mool Raji Devi
Spouse's Name Smt. Sneh Lata Pal
Spouse's Profession Owns Petrol Pump
No of Sons 1
No of Daughters 2


Permanent address R/o H. No. 31, Rameswar Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Basti
Present address 12, Teen Murti Marg, New Delhi-110011
Contact number 9415037381
Email jagdambikapal@gmail.com
Social Handles

Interesting Facts

Jagdambika Pal and former Karnataka Chief Minister, B. S. Yeddyurappa hold the record for serving the shortest stint as Chief Ministers in their respective states.

Political Timeline

  • 2014
    He was re-elected in the Domariyaganj constituency as a BJP candidate by defeating Muhammad Muqeem of BSP.
  • 2009
    He was elected to 15th Lok Sabha from Domariyaganj constituency as an INC candidate. He defeated Jai Pratap Singh of BJP by a margin of 76,566 votes.
  • 2007
    He lost the assembly election in Basti to his rival Jitendra Kumar who won by a margin of 9780 votes.
  • 2002
    He was re-elected to serve a third term in Basti constituency by defeating Jitendra Kumar of BJP with a 31% vote share.
  • 2002
    He was the cabinet minister in the Uttar Pradesh government.
  • 1996
    He was re-elected in the assembly elections by defeating Dayaram Chaudry of BSP by a margin of 3165 votes.
  • 1993
    He contested and won the assembly elections from the Basti constituency in Uttar Pradesh as an INC candidate. He defeated Vijai Sen Singh of BJP by a margin of 5345 votes.
  • 1988
    He was the Minister of State, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh.
  • 1983
    Jagadambika Pal was the Member, Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council for two terms.
Net Worth1.28 CRORE
Liabilities49.82 LAKHS

Disclaimer: The information relating to the candidate is an archive based on the self-declared affidavit filed at the time of elections. The current status may be different. For the latest on the candidate kindly refer to the affidavit filed by the candidate with the Election Commission of India in the recent election.


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