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Biography :  Ishwardas Rohani : Sindhi Speaker of M. P. Vidhan Sabha

Madhya Pradesh is among the few states of free India, where the globally scattered Sindhi community have a considering population. Bhopal [Bairagarh], Indore, Katani, Jabalpur, Satna, Burhanpur and Khandwa are the few cities where sindhi population is dense in compare to other cities of the state.


Beside the world famous Bhedaghat waterfalls, credit also goes to Jabalpur for producing rare Sindhi political leader in free India. Ishwardas Rohani, commerce and law graduate can be said as the first generation of Sindhi leadership in the country. He is among the famous faces in the field Printing business of the area and have a very keen interest in social service.

Political career of Karachi Sindh born [Birth date 30 January 1946] Ishwardas Rohani was started in the year 1965 when he joined Bhartiya Janasangh his wisdom, will to work for society and political understanding made him block leader of party in no time.


In the 1973 he was elected for Jabalpur city administration, in fact this was the first democratic election he participated and won. During the times of emergency in 70's he was the first who raised the protesting voice on 14 November 1975 from the state and Jabalpur subsequently he was send to prison and was forced to spend about 19 months there. 

After the emergency he kept on working with Bhartiya Janta Party [BJP] in various capacities such as District secretary, District President and State Political In charge. In the 1993 he become Member of state Legislative Council [MLA] for the first time and was the party's conniver in the state assembly.


His political wisdom and timely raised question brought popularity for him in the "Vidhan Sabha" even his political opposition, congress party members were highly impressed with him and as a result when in 1998 he was elected from Jabalpur for second time.

He was also elected for the post of Deputy Speaker of House in Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha. He holds this post from 11 February 1999 to 5 December 2003. In the 2003 state assembly elections he completed his wining hat trick from Jabalpur, and also was elected in the election held for post of "Speaker of House". He is working on this post since 16 December 2003.

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