West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee turned 66 on January 5. In her long political vocation, she has seen many good and bad times. Brought into the World in 1955, she began taking an interest in political exercises at the young age of 15. Her gathering All India Trinamool Congress, as of late turned 23 as it entered 2021. Here is a portion of the top achievements in her vocation.

In the 1984 general political race, Mamata Banerjee was chosen for the Lok Sabha as the most youthful parliamentarian ever, crushing veteran Communist legislator Somnath Chatterjee Jadavpur parliamentary Constituency in West Bengal.

Mamata Banerjee was the Railway Minister of India twice. She turned into the Union Railways Minister without precedent for then head administrator Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s Cabinet. Trinamool was essential for the BJP-drove National Democratic Alliance (NDA) by then. In 2002, she turned into the main ladies priest to introduce the railroads spending plan. Likewise, she was the primary female Minister of Coal, Youth Affairs, Sports, Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Women and Child Development in the bureau of the Indian government.

She won the Bengal gathering political race in 2011, finishing 34 years of Left Front guideline in the state. Banerjee turned into the principal lady boss priest of West Bengal. The gathering held force in the 2016 decisions with much more seats when contrasted with 2011. The same year, it was perceived by the Election Commission as a ‘public gathering’.

2006-2007 (Singur and Nandigram): Led by Mamata Banerjee, the gathering grabbed the country’s eye when it challenged the Left government for supposedly procuring rural land from ranchers forcibly.

Mamata Banerjee started her political vocation with Congress during the 1970s. Preceding establishing the TMC, Mamata had been a Congress chief. In 1999 she had joined the NDA, filling in as a Minister under Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. While she split away from the NDA in a little while, she quickly returned in 2003.

Mamata Banerjee has a Bachelor’s certificate in History and a Master’s certificate in Islamic History and Education and Law. She additionally holds a privileged doctorate from the Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology. She was also respected with a Doctorate of Literature (D.Litt.) degree from Calcutta University.

Banerjee is a self-trained painter and an artist. Her 300 artistic creations were sold for Rs 90 million. In 2012, Time magazine listed her as 1 of the 100 Most Influential People in the World. Bloomberg Markets magazine recorded her among the 50 most influential individuals in money in September 2012. In 2018, she was given the Skoch CM of the Year Award. A Bengali film, Baghini, in light of her life, was delivered on May 24, 2019.

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