Early Life and Education of Mamata Banerjee

Mamata Banerjee born on 5 January 1955 is the politician from West Bengal and at present Railway Minister of India. She is the creator and chief executive of the Trinamool Congress otherwise known as Grassroots Congress political party. Mamata Banerjee is extensively regarded as Didi which means the Elder Sister in Bengali. She is distinguished for her disagreement with Special Economic Zones and industrialization in West Bengal at the price of agriculturalists and laborers.

Early life and education of Mamata Banerjee

She was born in Hazra, Kolkata, West Bengal. She has been spinster all the way through her political career. She studied under Calcutta University in the stream of Arts and attainded bachelor's along with master's degrees. She completed her B.Ed. from the Sikshayatan College, Kolkata and M.A. from the University of Calcutta correspondingly. Afterward, she completed LL.B. from the Jogesh Chandra Chowdhury College of Law, Kolkata.

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Mamata Banerjee, popularly known as “Didi” of West Bengal is the founder and chief executive of the All India Trinamool Congress Party. In 2011 Bidhansabha Election in West Bengal she defeated the Left Front and makes an end to the 34 yrs of Left front rule in West Bengal. She is a well-known leader not just to the people of Bengal but also across India. Read this full article to get more details of this powerful and influential leader of West Bengal.

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