Ram Vilas Paswan Biography

Ram Vilas Paswan Biography

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This post is about the biography of Ram Vilas Paswan. He was a great Indian politician. He was born in Khagaria, Bihar, his father’s name is Jamun Paswan and mother’s name is Siya devi.

Ram Vilas Paswan Biography

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Real Name  Ram Vilas Paswan
Nick Name  Dynast
Father Name  Jamun Paswan
Mother Name  Siya Devi
Home Town  Khagaria (Bihar )
Birth Place  Khagaria (Bihar )
Date Of Birth  5 July 1946
Date Of Death  8 october 2020
Age At The Time Of Death  74 years
Zodiac sign  Cancer
Religion  Hinduism
Nationality  Indian
Hair  Black
Height  5ft. 9 inch OR 175 cm
Profession  Politician
Political Party  Lok Janashakti Party
College / University  Koshi College, Patna University, Bihar
Educational Qualification  Post-graduation in Law
Debut In Politics  1969 (Samyukta Socialist Party)

Early Life

Ram Vilas Paswan was born in Khagaria, Bihar and his family was a Dalit family, he did his Bachelor’s degree and Master degree from Koshi College, Khagaria and Patna University. Ramvilas Paswan, who was also very active in student politics and always used to take part in the socialist movement of Jayaprakash Narayan. Ram Vilas Pasw an was an intelligent student, so he was selected in 1969 as DSP in Bihar Police.

Personal Life

Ram Vilas Paswan Biography

Ram Vilas Paswan was first married to Rajkumari Devi in 1960 and he divorced Rajkumari Devi in 1981. Ram Vilas Paswan has two daughters with his first wife named Usha and Asha. After his divorce from his first wife, Ramvilas Paswan married Reena Sharma in 1983, who was an air hostess and Ramvilas Paswan had a daughter and a son from second wife named Nisha Paswan and the son’s name is Chirag Paswan .Chirag Paswan is a Bollywood actor and is currently very active in politics. Ramvilas Paswan also brought his brothers into politics to raise their family form. His brother’s name is Pashupatinath Paras and the second brother’s name is the late Ramchandra Paswan.

Political Career

In 1969, for the first time Ram Vilas Paswan was elected as a member of the United Socialist Party in the Bihar assembly elections and when Lok Dal was formed in 1974, Ram Vilas Paswan joined it. When Emergency came into force in India in 1975, Ram Vilas Paswan had strongly opposed it, due to which he had to go to jail. Ram Vilas Paswan, after being released from jail, became a member of the Janata Party in 1977 and won elections for Parliament on his ticket and you will be surprised to know that he had set the world record of winning elections by a huge margin. Ram Vilas Paswan’s popularity was increasing day by day due to which he was re-elected to the Lok Sabha in 1980 and 1984 from Hajipur constituency.  In 1983, Ram Vilas Paswan formed the Dalit sena and later the Dalit sena was led by his brother Ramchandra Paswan.

In 2000, Ram Vilas Paswan split from the Janata Dal and formed the Lok Janshakti Party. Ram Vilas Paswan was also victorious in the 12th, 13th and 14th Lok Sabha and remained minister in Union Government . Ram Vilas Paswan was a leader of whom it was said that Ram Vilas Paswan would certainly be a minister in the Union Government, no matter what the government was.  Ram Vilas Paswan was defeated in the fifteenth Lok Sabha election and was elected as a Rajya Sabha member from Bihar in August 2010. Ram Vilas Paswan used to change political parties frequently and that is why he always remained a minister. Ram Vilas Paswan joined Lalu Prasad Yadav for the 2009 Lok Sabha elections but he lost the election. In 2014, Ram Vilas Paswan joined Narendra Modi’s NDA government and won the Lok Sabha elections from Hajipur, this time his party elected 6 MPs and Ram Vilas Paswan became minister And this time Ram Vilas Paswan’s son Chirag Paswan won the election from Jamui.


Ram Vilas Paswan had been ailing for a long time and underwent a second heart surgery on 3 October 2020, after which he was not keeping well and on 8 October 2020, his son Chirag Paswan tweeted on Twitter that Ram Vilas Paswan passed away. The death of Ram Vilas Paswan triggered a wave of mourning throughout Indian politics.

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