|BIRTHDAY||25 February, 1920|
|BIRTH PLACE||Skardu , Skardu , Northern Areas|
|AGE||96 Years Old|
Balraj Madhok was a popular Activist and Politician who was born on February 25, 1920, in Skardu, Northern Areas, Pakistan.
The Indian activist, Balraj Madhok worked prominently for the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and later became the president of BJS – Bharatiya Jan Sangh along with being the great politician. Later, he was responsible for the establishment of the Delhi and Punjab branch of the Bharatiya Jan Sangh in the year 1951. Initially, he dedicatedly worked as the secretary of the branch in Punjab. After which he got the opportunity to become the working committee member of the national organization. Later, in the year 1954, he became the prominent part as the working committee member of RSS. Subsequently, he led the Jana Sangh Delhi branch and the won the seat in Delhi Lok Sabha in the year 1961. Subsequently, he was called for an interview by the Hindustan Times for his 90th birthday.
Balraj Madhok died on 02-05-2016 in Rajendra Nagar, Delhi, India. He was not well regarding his health and died at age of 96.
|DEATHDAY||DEATH PLACE||DEATH STATE||DEATH COUNTRY|
|2 May, 2016||Rajendra Nagar, Central Delhi||Delhi||India|