Dhirendra Kumar

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Dhirendra Kumar
Janam 1950
Maut 1 July 2010
Rakiraki
Kabrastaan Lalmitti Crematorium
Citizenship Fiji Citizen
Jaati Hindustani
Citizen Fiji Citizen
Kaam Kisan, Wakiil
Jaana jaawe hae Politician
Dharam Hindu

Dhirendra Kumar, Fiji ke ek Hindustani kisan, wakiil aur politician rahaa jon ki National Federation Party ke member rahaa. 1994 ke election me uu Ra Central Indian Constituency se Fiji ke House of Representatives me chuna gais rahaa. 1999 ke election aur 2001 ke election me uu Viti Levu East Maritime Indian Communal Constituency lekin ii duuno time uu Fiji Labour Party ke candidate se haar gais rahaa.

Kumar ek wakiil hae jon ki Rakiraki se practice kare hae. [1]

Apart from negotiating and overseeing the implementation of rural based community projects, Kumar efforts resulted in the successful construction and opening of the Ra Special Education School in Vaileka. This was an aid-funded project by the Japanese government secured through Kumar efforts.

Kumar ke maut achanak me Rakiraki aspatal me 1 July 2010 ke bhais rahaa. [2]

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  1. Bus owners reject claims
  2. NFP mourns loss of former MP


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