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Kalyan Singh: The foundation of good governance was laid by Kalyan Singh

Kalyan Singh: Kalyan Singh was considered a strict administrator and the law and order remained on track during his Chief Ministership. What is good governance, it was only Kalyan Singh who had done it. He had amazing administrative ability. He was known to make tough decisions and stick to it. The improvement of the education system in UP is included in his good governance.

Kalyan Singh had also brought the education system of UP on the right track. At that time the condition of the UP Board of Secondary Education was very poor and cheating used to dominate its examinations. Students from other states used to come to UP to pass high school and intermediate on the basis of copying. Kalyan Singh took the initiative to clean this infamous stain of UP. At that time Kalyan Singh was the Chief Minister and Rajnath Singh the Education Minister.

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Kalyan Singh brought ‘Copying Ordinance’ to stop copying in board examinations. A provision was made in this ordinance that those caught copying in the board examination would be sent to jail. This law made Kalyan Singh a powerful leader. In UP, this law has become like a time for those copying by keeping books.

Under the anti-copying ordinance, cheating in the examination was put in the category of non-bailable offence. A large number of students caught cheating in the examination had to go to jail. Under this law, the UP Board examinations could be held only for one year. During that time the number of successful candidates was only 14 percent.

After this, the BJP was defeated in the assembly elections and the government was formed with the alliance of SP and BSP. Mulayam Singh Yadav repealed this law as soon as he became the Chief Minister. In the 1998 elections, a coalition government was formed between the BJP and the BSP, and on becoming the Chief Minister, Rajnath Singh re-enacted the anti-copying ordinance but the provisions of the ordinance were relaxed to some extent.

Left BJP in 1999

Kalyan Singh left BJP due to differences in 1999 and formed National Revolution Party. He fought the 2002 Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections on his own from the Rashtriya Kranti Party. In 2004, Kalyan Singh returned to the BJP on the invitation of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, but his old status did not return. In the 2004 general elections, he contested the Lok Sabha elections for the first time as a BJP candidate from Bulandshahr and reached the Parliament.

Kalyan Singh: The foundation of good governance was laid by Kalyan Singh

In 2009, again accusing him of neglect, Kalyan Singh left the BJP and got closer to SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav. But this friendship with Mulayam did not last long and in 2013, K Singh returned to the BJP. In 2014, the President made the Governor of Rajasthan on the recommendation of the Central Government.

After this, Kalyan Singh was given the additional charge of Governor of Himachal Pradesh from January 2015 to August 2015. K Singh has a son and a daughter. Son’s name is Rajveer Singh alias Raju Bhaiya and daughter’s name is Prabha Verma. K Singh’s son Rajveer Singh alias Raju Bhaiya is currently a Member of Parliament from the Etah Lok Sabha seat of Uttar Pradesh.

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