Mamata Banerjee Introduction:
Mamata Banerjee born in 5 January 1955, her nickname is Didi and Bengali name mɔmot̪a bɔnd̪oˈpad̪d̪ʱˈae̯.
She is a famous Indian women personality in the politician industry and now she represents West Bengal as Chief Minister since 2011.
She is the first women who achieve to hold the office in her political life. In 1997, she set up the party All India Trinamool Congress, after disconnect from Indian National Congress, and after leaving the Indian National Congress she became a chairperson.
- She served Minister of Railways two-times and she is the first women.
- Mamata is the first women who served in Minister of Coal.
- Mamata served in Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Youth Affairs, Sports, Women and Child Development.
Time magazine publishes Mamata named on 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2012.
In September 2012, Bloomberg Markets magazine publishes her on 50 most influential people in the world of finance.
When she was 17-year-old Mamata father died due to the shortage of medical healing.
Mamata completed her higher secondary school board exam from Deshbandhu Sishu Sikshalay.
She completes the graduation degree in history from Jogamaya Devi College. After getting the graduation degree she receives the master degree in Islamic history from the University of Calcutta.
The most important thing about Mamata, that she remains single during her life.
Full name: Mamata Banerjee
Age: 63 years old
Date of birth: 5 January 1955
Name of Political party: All India Trinamool Congress (Present)
Residence: Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Political Position: 8th Chief Minister of West Bengal