Aparajita Sarangi is an Indian politician from the Bharatiya Janata Party and the incumbent Member of Parliament from Bhubaneswar.
11 Facts About Aparajita Sarangi
Aparajita Sarangi was fielded against Biju Janata Dal's Arup Patnaik.
Aparajita Sarangi had last served as the Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Rural Development and has worked as Bhubaneswar Municipal Commissioner and secretary of the state's mass education department.
Aparajita Sarangi's husband, Santosh Sarangi, is an IAS officer of the same batch.
Aparajita Sarangi was born to Ajit Mishra and Kusum Mishra in Muzaffarpur district of Bihar on 8 October 1969.
Aparajita Sarangi passed matriculation from Mount Carmel School, Bhagalpur, Bihar.
Aparajita Sarangi cleared the Civil Services Examination in 1994 at the age of 24.
Aparajita Sarangi joined the Indian Administrative Service from 1994 batch of Odisha cadre.
Aparajita Sarangi retired as a civil servant in 2018 after taking voluntary retirement.
Aparajita Sarangi was later appointed as member of parliamentary committees.
Aparajita Sarangi was appointed as a spokesperson of the Bharatiya Janata Party.