NATWAR SINGH

Kunwar Natwar Singh (born 16 May 1931) is an Indian politician, a former senior bureaucrat, a former Union cabinet minister, and a writer.

Singh was selected into the Indian Foreign Service, one of the most competitive and prestigious government services, in 1953. In 1984, he resigned from the service to contest elections as a member of the Indian National Congress party. He won the election and served as a union minister of state until 1989. Thereafter, was made India’s foreign minister in 2004. 

The fourth son of Thakur Govind Singh of Deeg and his wife Thakurani Prayag Kaur, Singh was born in the princely state of Bharatpurto an aristocratic Jat family related to the ruling dynasty of Bharatpur.[2][3] He attended Mayo College and Scindia School, Gwalior, both traditionally for Indian princely clans and nobles, and took an undergraduate degree at St. Stephen’s College, Delhi. 

GYAN PRAKASH PILANIA

Gyan Prakash Pilania qualified UPSC and Joined Indian Police Service on 7 October 1955 in Rajasthan Cadre. He became Superintendent of Police in 1959 and served at Chittor, Nagaur, Dungarpur and Ajmer in that capacity.

He remained on deputation to Government of India for eight years in Central Bureau of Investigation and as DIG in Delhi administration. He was also Director Vigilance in the Department of Commerce.

After coming back to Rajasthan, he served as DIG Udaipur, Jaipur and Bharatpur. He was promoted to the Post of IG and served as Chairman of Rajasthan Road Transport Corporation. He remained Director of Anti-Corruption Bureau for many years.

He was promoted to the post of Director General of Police. He was Director Home-guards. He retired in 1989. He was appointed as Chairman of Rajasthan Public Service Commission from 1989-1994.

G S BENDA

He was born on 15.2.1914 in the family of Late Chaudhary Gulla Ram. He was his second son. This family was initially in village Ratkudia (रतकुड़िया), tehsil Bhopalgarh, district Jodhpur in Rajasthan. This village was of Benda gotra Jats. Later this family moved to Jodhpur. 

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