Jiwan Singh Umranangal – An Intro

Jiwan Singh Umranangal was an Indian politician belonging to the Akali Dal. He served as the revenue minister of Punjab.

Jiwan Singh was born in 1914, in the Dhaliwal Bet village of the Kapurthala district.[1] He passed matriculation from the Kapurthala High School. Originally an agriculturalist by profession, he adopted politics as a career in 1952, becoming a member of the Akali Dal. He became a sarpanch and a nambardar (village head) of his native village Umra Nangal. He later served as the General Secretary of Akali Dal, and ultimately became the party’s Vice President. Source – Wikipedia

He is grandfather of Paramraj Singh Umranangal.

Paramraj Singh Umranagal, Inspector General of Punjab Police, was recognized many times for his determination, commitment to the nation and was nominated twice for the president’s medal. There is immense level of pride attached with his contribution to the Punjab Police.

Jiwan Singh Umranangal
Born 1 October 1914
Dhaliwal Bet, Kapurthala State
Died 7 November 1998 (aged 84)
Beas, Punjab, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Revenue Minister of Punjab, Finance Minister of Punjab
Political party Shiromani Akali Dal
Awards Padma Bhushan

Grandfather Of – Paramraj Singh Umranangal (IPS)

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