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In Parliament

Jayant Chaudhary has regularly stood up and passionately voiced his opinions in the Lok Sabha on various issues of significance. Through active participation in parliamentary committees, and on the floor of the house, Jayant Chaudhary has pushed for greater investments in agriculture, provision of infrastructure particularly in rural areas, food processing industry, research and education, and renewable energy.

He has spoken for implementing a policy shift in favour of the farming community of our country. Improving farmers’ access to markets and implementation of a trade and MSP policy that creates incentives for the producers to increase productivity have been raised repeatedly. His interventions have a strong focus on renewable energy and the challenges posed by climate change on our environment and economy. Issues related to social justice, transparency in Government, and constituency related topics have also been covered.

Details on speeches and questions asked by Jayant Chaudhary in the 15th Lok Sabha, are available. Videos can be accessed through the Resources link on the home page.

Parliamentary Performance:

The charts reflects Jayant Chaudhary's performance on various metrics and are based on information sourced from the website of PRS Legislative Research - http://www.prsindia.org

The data corresponds to the period from 4 June, 2009 till 6 September, 2013

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Attendance

Debates

Questions

Private Members\'Bill

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Latest Interviews

drogbaLok Sabha Elections 2019 |‘This election is about taking issues of farmers to political mainstream’: Shri Jayant Chaudhary.

Rashtriya Lok Dal leader Jayant Chaudhary is trying to enter the Lok Sabha from Baghpat this time, having lost in Mathura to BJP’s Hema Malini in 2014. He spoke to Hindustan Timesat Khatauli’s Gujjar-dominated Titaura village. Edited excepts:

Q. What are your prospects in Baghpat, where your father came third in the 2014 polls?

A. The last election wasn’t a normal election. It was held in a very polarised environment. There were heated emotions -- the people had already made up their mind.

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