C. M. Gopalan

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Champadan Manakandan Gopalan
C. M. Gopalan
C. M. Gopalan
Ghar ke jagah Lautoka, Fiji
Nationality Fiji Citizen
Jaati Hindustani
Citizen Fiji Citizen
Kaam Doctor

C. M. Gopalan (Champadan Manakandan Gopalan) ek doctor rahaa jon ki India se Fiji aais rahaa aur Lautoka me aapan surgery kholis rahaa. Uu Bhartiya Mitra Mandal ke ek member rahaa aur Fiji Indian National Congress ke Vice-President rahaa. Uske Fiji me South Indian log ke ek leader maana jaawat rahaa

1929 ke election[badlo | source ke badlo]

1929 ke election me uu North Western Indian Constituency me kharraa bhais rahaa. Kaahe ki uu Vishnu Deo ke Congress ke Vice-President rahaa aur uske nomination ke S. B. Patel, Congress ke ek aur leader, sign karis rahaa, uske Congress ke official candidate maana jaawe sake hae. [1]

Election ke result rahaa:[2]

Parmanand Singh 309
C. M. Gopalan 222
Informal 57
Total 588

Nomination system ke virodhi[badlo | source ke badlo]

Jab ki Legislative Council ke dui Hindusstani member, K. B. Singh aur Muniswamy Mudaliar maangat rahin ki Council ke sab memeber ke Governor nominate kare, tab Gopalan, duusra South Indian leader log ke saathe (aur Vishnu Deo ke Fiji Indian Asssociation ke support me) Governor ke lage ek petition bhej ke iske virod karis. [3]

References[badlo | source ke badlo]

  1. Ahmed Ali, Fiji and the franchise: A history of political representation 1900-1937,iUniverce, Lincoln, 2008, ISBN 978-0-595-45021-3, page 132
  2. Ahmed Ali, Fiji and the franchise: A history of political representation 1900-1937,iUniverce, Lincoln, 2008, ISBN 978-0-595-45021-3, Apendix X
  3. K. L. Gillion, The Fiji Indians: Challenge to European Dominance, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1977, ISBN 07081-1291-9, p.


Fiji ke Politician (1929-1972)

Leader − Politician (1929-1971) − Politician (1972-1987) − Politician (1992-1998) − Politician (1999-2006) − Politician (2014- ) − Political Activist − Khel kuud − Government Service − Social Service − Education − Dharam − Businessman − Unionist − Writer

Vishnu Deo −  Parmanand Singh −  James Ramchandar Rao −  C. M. Gopalan −  K. B. Singh −  Muniswamy Mudaliar −  Chattur Singh −  J. B. Tularam −  Said Hasan −  B. D. Lakshman −  A. D. Patel −  James Madhavan −  B. M. Gyaneshwar −  Ami Chandra −  M. S. Buksh −  Tulsi Ram Sharma −  Ben M. Jannif −  Sadanand Maharaj −  A. R. Sahu Khan −  A. Samad −  Ayodhya Prasad −  K. S. Reddy −  Andrew Deoki −  A. R. Manu −  Vijay Singh (Sir) −  Sathi Narain −  A. H. Sahu Khan −  S. M. Koya −  C. P. Singh −  M. T. Khan (Politician) −  Abdul Lateef −  James Shankar Singh −  Irene Jai Narayan −  R. D. Patel −  K. C. Ramrakha −  C. A. Shah −  Ram Jati Singh −  C. S. Pillay −  Ujagar Singh