Vijay Kumar Singh Singh is an Indian Military personnel-turned-politician.
Vijay Kumar Singh Bio/Wiki
|Name||Vijay Kumar Singh|
|Profession(s)||Politician, Retired Indian Army Personnel|
|Date of Birth|| 10 May 1951|
|Birth Place||Bhiwani, East Punjab (now in Haryana), India|
|Home town||Bhiwani, East Punjab (now in Haryana), India|
|Mother Tongue||Not Known|
|School ||Birla Public School, Pilani, Rajasthan|
|College/University||National Defence Academy, Pune, Maharashtra|
United States Army War College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
|Caste|| Kshatriya (Rajput) |
|Car||Innova HR-26 BS-1551; Model 2012|
|Hobbies|| Doing Yoga, Reading|
|Affairs/Girlfriends|| Not Known|
|Wife/Spouse|| Bharti Singh (m.1975- present)|
|Children||Daughters: Mrinalini Singh, Yogja Singh|
|Salary||Rs. 1 Lakh + Other Allowances|
|Networth||Rs. 5.65 Crore (as in 2019)|
|Height||In Centimeters- 165 cm|
In Meters- 1.65 m
In Feet Inches- 5’ 5”
|Weight||In Kilograms- 75 kg|
In Pounds- 165 lbs
|Hair color||Salt and Pepper|
|Political Party ||Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)|
Journey||1), Singh joined the Bharatiya Janata Party in March 2014.|
2), In May 2014, he won the Ghaziabad Constituency in the general elections and became a Member of Parliament (Loksabha) that year.
3), He was named as Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region on 26th May 2014 and was also named the Union Minister of State for External Affairs.
4), In the 2019 General Elections, he was re-elected to the Lok Sabha from the Ghaziabad Constituency of Uttar Pradesh and became the Minister of State for Road Transport and Highways.
Vijay Kumar Singh Favorites
|Favorite Song||Not Known|
|Favorite Politician||Narendra Modi|
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Vijay Kumar Singh Some Lesser-Known Facts
- Does Anupriya Drink alcohol: Not Known
- Does Anupriya Smoke?: Yes
- He is a Politician, Retired Indian Army Personnel by Profession(s)
- Vijay Kumar is a retired four-star general from the Indian Army and is now a politician.
- During his military service, he served as the 24th Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army from 2010 to 2012.
- While at the Indian Army, he commanded the Victor Force, part of the “Rashtriya Rifles,” and also Ambala-based II Cops.
- Singh, while with the Indian Army, also served as the Colonel General Staff (Col GS) of 12 Infantry Division.