S.S. Ahluwalia

S.S. Ahluwalia

Constituency: Bardhaman-Durgapur

Party: Bharatiya Janata Party

Father's Name: Late Shri Sardar Singh

Mother's Name: Late Smt. Dilmohan Kaur

Birth Place: Jaykay Nagar, Distt. Burdwan (West Bengal)

Spouse Name: Smt. Monica Ahluwalia



State Name: West Bengal

Permanent Address: (i) Prakash Niwas, Boring Canal Road (West), Patna, Bihar-80000109868181816 (M)

Present Address: 10, G.R.G. Road,New Delhi-110001Tel : (011) 23722826, 23327903 Fax : (011) 23311955

Email Id: ssa[at]sansad[dot]nic[dot]in

Education Qualifications: B.Sc., LL.B. Educated at St. Joseph School, Asansol, Bidhan Chandra College, Burdwan University and University College of Law, Calcutta University, West Bengal

Countries Visited: Belgium, Bulgaria, Hungary, Mauritius, Namibia, Republic of Korea (South Korea), Romania, Switzerland, U.K. and U.S.A.

Positions Held:

OTHER INFO: Member, the G.S. Dhillon Committee constituted by Government of India for providing relief and rehabilitation to the victims of the November 1984 riots in the country. Served as elected President in the Management Board of the Gurudwara Takht Shri Harimandirji, Patna Sahib, in consecutive terms from 1994-2001 and as a nominee of Parliament in the Board of Management of Gurudwara Sachkhand Shri Hazur Apchalnagar Sahib, Nanded (Maharashtra), 1998-2000; Member, (i) Indian National Congress, 1986-98 and (ii) Bharatiya Janata Party since 2000 Visited U.K., to address Peace Rally, 1986; Geneva (Switzerland), to participate as alternate leader of the Indian delegation to the Conference of United Nations Human Rights Commission, 1989; Mauritius, as a member of the Indian Parliamentary delegation to attend the 43<sup>rd</sup> Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, 1997; Brussels (Belgium), as member of the delegation to Parliament of European Union (E.U.) in January, 2002, to apprise the E.U. of the terrorist attack on Indian Parliament on 13 December 2001; New York (U.S.A.), to attend General Assembly session of the United Nations in October, 2002, issues addressed included "Social Development"; Seoul (Republic of Korea), to lead the Indian delegation to the Inaugural Assembly of the International Parliamentarians` Association for Information Technology (IPAIT) held from 23-26, July 2002, principal issue addressed was the concern about the "Growing Digital Divide"; Windhoek (Namibia), to lead the Indian delegation to the 48<sup>th</sup> Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference inaugurated on 31 August 2002; Geneva (Switzerland) to attend the 109<sup>th</sup> Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union from 1-3, October 2003 and served as Rapporteur on the "Role of Parliaments in Assisting Multilateral Organisations in ensuring peace and security in building an international coalition for peace"; visited Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania from 5-13, June 2003, as a member of the Goodwill Delegation from Indian Parliament led by the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Government of India