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Surender Singh

Surender Singh

Surinder Singh is an Indian politician from the Aam Admi Party, currently representing Delhi Cantonment in the Delhi Legislative Assembly.

About Surender Singh Ji

He was earlier an Indian Army commando, from one of its oldest infantry regiments, The Grenadiers. He took part in the Kargil War, Operation Parakram, Operation Sadbhavna, Operation Black Tornado and was part of the UN mission in Congo. He was part of NSG Commando’s during 2008 Mumbai attacks. He left the army with the rank of Naik. He was made to run from pillar to post for his pension for 19 months by the ruling Indian govt. He approached AAP party who took up his cause and made sure he got his dues and at the same time he was offered a MLA seat to fight election which he won.In 2012, he did his B.A. from EIILM University, Sikkim. His first name is also written Surender.

In the 2013 Delhi Legislative Assembly election, Singh was declared the Aam Aadmi Party candidate for Delhi Cantonment.He won the seat, defeating the incumbent, Karan Singh Tanwar of the Bharatiya Janata Party by 355 votes.