Goa's first woman governor Mridula Sinha Posthumously receives Padma Shri award

On the evening of 25th January, the Ministry of Home Affairs has released the names of those who are going to receive the Padma Shri award. This list also includes former Goa governor Mridula Sinha. She has also been selected for the Padma Shri award. She is no longer in this world and she has got this honour posthumously. She passed away in the month of November last year. She had been associated with the Jan Sangh for a long time. Mridula Sinha was the first woman governor of Goa. Apart from politics, her name was also enough in the world of literature.

She wrote more than 46 books and also wrote a book on Vijayawaraj Scindia, which was called 'One Queen'. A film has also been made on it. Talking about Mridula Sinha, she was born at Kanti Chhapra in Muzaffarpur district. She was born on 27th November 1942. She was also a well-known Hindi writer and was the former chairman of the Central Social Welfare Board, Ministry of Human Resource Development and chairman of the BJP Mahila Morcha. She actively participated in the ' holistic revolution ' led by Jai Prakash Narayan.

After graduating in psychology, she had obtained a B.Ed degree. She started her career as a lecturer in women's College. Talking about Mridula Sinha's husband, he eas Dr Ram Kripal Sinha who was in the Jan Sangh. In the year 1967 elections, her interest gradually increased in politics and in the year 1980 she was the election of Atal Bihari Vajpayee. She was then made the first president of the Mahila Morcha.

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