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Mukesh Nayak is an Indian politician and a member of the Indian National Congress party. He started his political journey right from the student life and later he became a member of Youth Congress. He was elected to Madhya Pradesh assembly for the first time in 1985 at the age of 27.
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Date of Birth
16 Jun 1957 (Age 63)
Place of Birth
Indian National Congress
Pension, Agriculture Income, Rent Of Godown, Bank Interest
He is a very good cricket player. He was the captain of Sagar University Cricket team in 1978.
Finally, he got success after around 20 years and got elected as MLA from Pawai.
Mukesh Nayal did his comeback from Pawai seat but lost against Brijendra Pratap Singh of BJP.
His name was dropped from the candidate list. So he did not contest in 1998 assembly elections. Similarly, he did not contest in 2003 also.
Mukesh Nayak again changed his constituency and contested elections from Pawai seat. And he won with the margin of around 5000 votes. He became Minister of Sports, Education and Youth affairs in Madhya Pradesh Government.
In 1990 Assembly Elections, Nayak contested from Rehli and lost against BJP candidate Gopal Bhargava.
He successfully contested the Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election from Damoh on Congress ticket. He defeated BJP's strong candidate Jayant Kumar Malaiya.
He joined as sub-editor in Monthly Magazine National Point in New Delhi.
He was elected as president of Student Union of Government Degree College Damoh and Secretary of Sagar University Student Union.
Net Worth₹2.6 CRORE
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