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| birth_place = [[Chandigarh]]
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| constituency =Kaithal
| office = MLA Haryana Assembly
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| children = Arjun, Aditya
| website = www.surjewala.com
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'''Randeep Singh Surjewala''' (born 3 June 1967) is an Indian politician belonging to [[Congress party]]. He is an MLA in the Haryana State Legislature and the current Water Supply and Sanitation, Parliamentary Affairs, Electronics and Information Technology, Science and Technology and Public Works (Building and Roads).
minister in Haryana cabinet<ref>[http://haryanaassembly.gov.in/AssemblySecretariat.aspx?var=WriteReadData\ExtraLinksInformation\Council_Ministers.htm Haryana Council of Ministers ]
 
==Early life==
Randeep Singh Surjewala was born in [[Chandigarh]] the youngest and fourth child of Ch. Shamsher Singh Surjewala, and Vidya. His father was then Minister for Agriculture & Co-operatives in the First Ministry of State of Haryana. During the Partition of India in 1947, his mother along with her family and settled in [[Hisar]] in Haryana. He has three elder sisters – Madhu Dalal, Poonam Chaudhery and Neeru.
 
He went to Adarsh Bal Mandir and Arya Higher Secondary School, Narwana. He did his Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) (1981-851981–85) from DAV School and his Bachelor of Law degree (1985-881985–88) from Faculty of Law, Panjab University, Chandigarh. During his years in Law Faculty, he remained Member of the Consultative Committee of the Faculty as also Chairman of the Lawyer’s Forum. He was also awarded his Master’s degree in Political Science by the same University in April, 1995.
 
He went to Adarsh Bal Mandir and Arya Higher Secondary School, Narwana. He did his Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) (1981-85) from DAV School and his Bachelor of Law degree (1985-88) from Faculty of Law, Panjab University, Chandigarh. During his years in Law Faculty, he remained Member of the Consultative Committee of the Faculty as also Chairman of the Lawyer’s Forum. He was also awarded his Master’s degree in Political Science by the same University in April, 1995.
His father role in India’s Freedom struggle started in 1940’s as President of Student Congress in District Sangrur (erstwhile Punjab). His father was expelled from Yadvindra State High School by the ruler of Sangrur for espousing the agenda of Indian National Congress. In September, 1957; his father started his law practice as an ace lawyer specializing in criminal law and jurisprudence but amiably graduated to grassroots politics getting elected first as Managing Director of Central Co-operative Bank, Sangur in 1959-60 and then as Chairman of Panchayat Samiti, Kalayat (now in District Kaithal) in the year 1961 and again in 1964. Randeep’s father is also a veteran Parliamentarian having been elected to Haryana Legislative Assembly in 1967, 1977, 1982, 1991 and 2005 and to Indian Parliament in the year 1993.
 
 
===Political career===
Randeep Singh Surjewala became popular with high profile litigation in the Supreme Court. During 1977-80, his father's lasting loyalty and commitment, then Leader of Congress Legislature Party, for the resurgence of Indira Gandhi and the Indian National Congress.
 
====Organisational roles====
At the age of 17, he was appointed as the youngest General Secretary of Haryana Pradesh Youth Congress. He was also appointed as the Youngest Senator of the Punjab University, Chandigarh in 1992. He also remained a Member of the Faculty Consultative Committee in the Law Faculty. He was again the youngest member to the syndicate of Punjab University, Chandigarh from 1995-961995–96 and member of Academic Council, Member of Joint Consultative Committee and Youth Affairs Committee of the Punjab University Chandigarh. He also served as Chairman of the Haryana Lawyers’ Forum from 1990-95. From 1987-90, he was an active participant to rebuild the Congress in Haryana alongside his father, then PCC President.
 
He was in April, 1986 as youngest Joint Secretary of Haryana State Youth Congress and then as General Secretary. In March, 2000; Randeep became first ‘Haryanvi’ to be appointed as the National President of the Indian Youth Congress (IYC). He continued to be the President uptill February, 2005, thus making it the longest tenure in the history of IYC. In August, 2004, he was appointed as Secretary of All India Congress Committee, the youngest office bearer. In the run-up to the Assembly elections in Haryana, he was appointed as Working President of Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee in December, 2004 at the age of 37, the youngest President of PCC in the State.
 
On 20 August, 2002; Youth Congress set up a world record of blood donation by organizing donation of 14,089 units of blood in a single day.
 
===Elections===
 
==References==
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==External links==
* [http://www.surjewala.com]
 
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