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Santosh Gangwar

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Santosh Gangwar: Indian politician
Santosh Kumar Gangwar is an Indian politician and the Minister of State with independent charge in the Ministry of Labour and Employment in the Government of India. He is a Member of Parliament, former minister of state in Government of India and a leader of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He has been Member of Parliament for the city of Bareilly since 1989 till date. He was also the chief whip of the party in 14th Lok Sabha. He faced defeat in the 15th Lok Sabha Elections, 2009 by a very narrow margin. He has been elected as Member of Parliament in 16th Lok Sabha. He won by a margin of over 2.4 lakh votes over his rival candidate in 2014 general election. He is very well known in Bareilly and Rithora, a town of Barielly.

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EPFO settled over 41 lakh COVID claims till September: MoS Santosh Gangwar [Video]

EPFO settled over 41 lakh COVID claims till September: MoS Santosh Gangwar

Minister of State for Labour and Employment (Independent Charge), Santosh Gangwar attended felicitation program for regional officials of CLC, EPFO and ESIC in Delhi. "Employees' Provident Fund..

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North Indian candidates lack qualification: Santosh Gangwar says there are 'no dearth of jobs'

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Santosh Gangwar says NSO jobs data misleading, opposition cries foul


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