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Droupadi Murmu Profile: Meet the country’s first female tribal chief – India India News

Draupadi Murmo won the presidential election. Thus, she became the first tribal woman in the country. Draupadi Murmo was the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (BJP) candidate in the presidential election. Being tribal, many other parties supported him. Let’s find out some important things about his life and political career.

Became the ninth ruler of Jharkhand

Draupadi Murmu was born on the 20th of June 1958 in the village of Bidabuse in the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha. His father’s name is Biranchi Narayan Tudu. She belongs to the Santhal family, a tribal ethnic group. Born into a tribal family of Odisha, Draupadi Murmu became the ninth ruler of Jharkhand. Before becoming a governor, she was a BJP member. Not only that, Draupadi Murmo is the first Governor of Jharkhand to complete a five-year term (2015-2021) since its formation in 2000.

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He was a minister in the coalition government of Odisha

During the BJP and BJP coalition government in Odisha, she was the Minister of Trade and Transport (independent charge) from 6 March 2000 to 6 August 2002. In addition, she served as the Minister of State for Fisheries and Animal Resources Development from 6 August 2002 to May 16, 2004. Mormo was also a National Executive Member of ST Morcha of the Saffron Party from 2013 to 2015. He began his political career in 1997 by winning elections as a board member. In the same year, he was elected as the Deputy Head of State for the BJP Saint Morcha.

Personal life Draupadi Murmo

Talking about Draupadi Murmu’s personal life, she was married to Shyam Charan Murmo. He has two sons and a daughter. Mormo’s life was full of personal tragedies. She lost her husband and two sons. At the same time, his daughter Ichri married Ganesh Hambram.


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