Mahua Moitra is an Indian politician and a Member of Parliament from West Bengal. She belongs to the TMC.
Mahua Moitra Bio/Wiki
|Date of Birth||5-May-75|
|Birth Place||Kolkata, West Bengal|
|Home town||Kolkata, West Bengal|
|Mother Tongue||Not known|
|Parents/ Father||Dwipendra Lal Moitra |
|Mother||Name Not Known|
|School ||She did her schooling from Kolkata|
|College||Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts, United States|
|Education||BA in Economics & Mathematics from Mount |
Holyoke College, Massachusetts, United States
|Contact number||Not known|
|Address||9A, Ratna Bali, 7A Judges Court Road, Kolkata, West Bengal|
|Car||Mahindra Scorpio (2016 Model)|
|Hobbies||Reaqding books , |
|Spouse||Lars Brorson (Scandinavian)|
|Salary ||1 Lac INR + Other allowances|
|Networth||2.64 Crores INR (as in 2019)|
|Height||in centimeters- 168 cm|
in meters- 1.68 m
in feet inches- 5’ 6”
|Weight||in kilograms- 55 kg|
in pounds- 121 lbs
|Shoe size||Not known|
Mahua Moitra Favorites
|Favorite Song||Not Known|
|Favorite Actor||Not Known|
|Favorite Actress||Not Known|
|Favorite Place||New Yark City|
|Favorite Movie||Not Known|
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Mahua Moitra Some Lesser-Known Facts
- Prior to his political career, Mahua was vice president of JP Morgan in London.
- She was interested in politics from the age of 18.
- Moitra was motivated to quit her job during the ten-year college reunion, when she saw that all her party friends were successful bankers. ,
- She was most trusted by Rahul Gandhi when she attended the West Bengal Youth Congress. She previously led the initiative of Aam Admi Ka Sipahi (AAKS) and was very successful.
- She resigned from the Youth Congress when she realized that Congress always compromises with the left; she did not like left ideology, so she left.
- Her myths focused on education, employment and the empowerment of youth. She often appeals to college students and has close ties to youth in her constituency.
- Mamata Banerjee declared Mahua Moitra a TMC candidate for the Krishnanagar constituency in 2019. Lok Sabha for the 2019 election. March 12th
- She won in 2019. Lok Sabha was elected from the Krishnaagar constituency and was elected to parliament.
- In her first speech, “Lock Sabha,” in which she listed “signs of early fascism,” the language of the year was announced on social networks.