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By EDITORIAL TEAM.

Portfolio:

Transport, Law, Justice & Legislative Affairs, Information & Technology, Administrative Reforms

Education:

BA (Hons) in Political Science from Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi (Was elected the President of Students Union, 1994-95)
LL.B, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi
LL.M, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi

Mr Kailash Gahlot was sworn in as a Cabinet Minister in Delhi on 19 May 2017. He won his first election to the Delhi Legislative Assembly in February 2015. He is presently the only minister representing the outer Delhi region in the Government of NCT of Delhi.

Mr Kailash Gahlot has a longstanding commitment to public service as a philanthropist, educationist and an entrepreneur for social change. He is widely known for his passion for human development issues especially concerning the youth and the underprivileged. Born on 22 July 1974, Mr Gahlot belongs to Mitraun village in Najafgarh, where his family has lived for over nine generations and has been working for the people of the area.

Mr Gahlot is the Founder Trustee of Sri Ram Chander Gahlot Charitable Trust, named after his father, which has undertaken several initiatives in the last two decades to bring quality primary, secondary, vocational and higher education to the entire Najafgarh area. Mr Gahlot has set up over 63 vocational centres, especially for women, to impart skills like cutting and tailoring, beauty culture etc. in villages and colonies of his constituency.

Mr Gahlot is passionate about working with the youth and has successfully used sport as a medium of connecting with the youth and giving them a platform to voice their issues and concerns. He has also developed a first of its kind youth employment service (YES) program that uses ICT to provide youth with free employment information updates, resume assistance, career counseling, book exchange and much more – all through mobile and laptops.

Professionally, Mr Gahlot is an accomplished advocate in the Supreme Court and Delhi High Court with over 16 years of legal practice with a distinguished set of clients across sectors. During 2005-2007, Mr Gahlot was elected as Member Executive in Bar Association of High Court of Delhi.

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8 Comments

    • Tushar Sharma

      Dear Sir,
      With all due respect would like to share a solution for a common problem (Traffic jam)
      it has been observed that all the Auto Rickshaaw and DTC buses running in NCR don’t follow rules and regulation and there are no fines or charge on them they stop in the middle of the road for entry and exit of passengers ,run buses in overtaking lanes where speed limit is 60 km/per hour the drive on 30km/per hour and wont let other vehicles go causing slow traffic fights and nuisance on the roads ,if the government can take strict actions against all these buss drivers and Auto drivers there will be no traffic jam in the city

      would request you sir to please take your valuable time and take some decisions against the desired DTC buss drivers.

      warm regards
      Tushar sharma

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    • Sunil Sharma

      As u know that since yesterday Cluster Bus operators doing the strike and they did not operate any bus at Delhi because of this Delhi people face lots of problems I have humble request to u resolve the problem of bus operators and do the good transport to Delhi public

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    • Deepak Kumar Padalia

      Sir i want meet with you . please send me your office address and phone no please sir its a humble request
      Thank you . jai hind

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    • sandeep aggarwal

      Sir
      I have installed cng kit in my honda brio car which is 2012 make and the transport authority is Janakpuri.I am not able to endorse my RC for cng kit.Can you pls tell me that My car is not eligible for this?

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    • Name DILIP AHUJA

      Dear Mr Gahlot,
      Greetings from my end. This is to share with you that I have been driving a private vehicle( car & 2 wheeler) from last 20 years. However, my driving license expired in November;2017 & I went for its renewal. However, during the renewal they declared me color blind as I could not pass the Ishihara test and told that I could not get the license until I read that complete book. I just want to seek your assistance that I have been driving with a valid license from last 20 years without any accident then how come I have become color blind now that I have not been considered right in getting a driving license. Hence, I seek your co operation in guiding me further so that I can get the driving licence. I am ready to give any driving test and if required any doctor can assess my capability of driving the vehicle. Also, I would like to inform that this test is not even asked in countries like USA wherein the laws are more strict & everything is based on the driving skill of the person. Kindly assist/guide me on this. Regards from my end.

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    • Saurabh Sinha

      Legal reforms have been a laggard area when it comes to actual implementation of various schemes. Most schemes many of which are decades old have not been implemented till date despite recommendations by various bodies including Law Commission of India. Rest have not been implemented with right attitude or remained only on paper There seems to be a lackadaisical attitude and lack of political will when it comes to implementing legal reforms. I hope the new Law Minister would initiate legal reforms with right earnest and vigor and expand the scope and ambit of legal services for the people as well as young law graduates.

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      • nandan bisht

        sir plz. see personally dtc bus route no 978 from azad pur to nagafgarh bus service specially . from morning 8am to 10 am and evening time from 6pm to 8 pm this my hummbly request to u

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