Dilip Ghosh Wiki, Age, Bio, Height, Wife, Net Worth, Assets, Family

Dilip Ghosh is an Indian Politician who is currently serving as the President of BJP for the West Bengal Unit. He is a member of the Bhartiya Janta Party. Dilip Ghosh was born and brought up in West Bengal. He was born on 1 August 1964 to late Bholanath Ghosh. He has three brothers.

Dilip Ghosh after finishing his schooling joined RSS – Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh as a Pracharak. He is also the President of BJP in the Bengal Unit. He recently came in news when he described that celebrations of Ram Navami are a fight between Ramzada, which means one born of Lord Ram and Haramzada, which means an illegitimate – born. The news became very controversial and other politicians and political parties commented on his act.

Career

Dilip Ghosh

Dilip Ghosh before becoming a politician worked as an RSS candidate and he was also the in-charge of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. He has also worked as an Assistant to former RSS Chief KS Sudarshan. He then entered the BJP and became the general Secretary of West Bengal. Dilip Ghosh was selected as the President of Bengal in the year 2015. In the year 2017, All India Trinamool Congress’s General Secretary SubrataBakshi asked the police to keep an eye on Ghosh as he suggested that he can be involved in the murder of the two AIT Activists in the Kharagpur Town. Dilip Ghosh has been in many controversies in his career. The recent one includes when he said that – those who are opposing Jai Shri Ram will be banished from the history.

Net Worth: Not Known

Personal Info

  • Name: Dilip Ghosh
  • Nickname: Dilip
  • Date of Birth: 1 August 1964
  • Age: 52 Years
  • Place of Birth: Kuliana, GopiBallavpur, West Bengal, India
  • Schools: Not Known
  • College: Not Known
  • Father: Late Bholanath Ghosh
  • Mother: Puspalata Ghosh
  • Brother: 3 Brothers
  • Sister: N/A
  • Religion: Hindu
  • Zodiac Sign: Leo
  • Height: Not Known
  • Weight: Not Known
  • Eye Colour: Brown
  • Profession: Politician
  • Languages Known: Hindi, Bengali and English