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Indian Guy Selected As Mla For Russia

Creating history, Indian man  Abhay Kumar Singh, who is in his youth, has won Assembly election in Vladmir Putin's Russia. Abhay Kumar Singh originally hails from Patna of Bihar. He developed inclination towards politics since 2015 and subsequently joined Putin's United Russia party in April 2017. Within very less time, he has become a deputat of Kursk city assembly in March 2018. Deputat in Russia is equivalent to MLA in India.

Abhay Singh did his schooling from Loyola High School in Patna and went to Kursk to study medicine in early 1990s. After graduating from the Kursk State Medical University, Abhay Singh returned to Patna to practice as a registered doctor. Things did not work out the way Abhay Singh wished. He went back to Kursk and entered the pharmaceutical business.

In less time, the Patna boy became a known business personality in Kursk overcoming all obstacles being a non-white foreigner he found in his way. After pharmaceuticals, Abhay Singh tried his hands in the real estate sector as well.

Abhay's first claim-to-fame in politics was 2012 when the then Indian ambassador to Russia Ajai Malhotra inaugurated the Uralskiy Trade Centre, the mall owned by Abhay and is located in the heart of Kursk city.

With the success in business, Abhay involved himself with local affairs and engaged with local Russians. But he has maintained his India connection. On International Yoga Day in 2015, he "organised the first International Yoga Day in Kursk" posting photographs on Facebook. He later joined politics by joining Putin's United Russia Party officially in 2017. Now that he became a lawmaker in Russia, there is no looking back for him.




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