Harish Chaudhary


Harish Chaudhary (born 13 May 1970) is an Indian politician serving as the incharge of Indian National Congress organisation in Punjab and Chandigarh and Member of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly from Baytu constituency of Barmer district in Rajasthan as an Indian National Congress party candidate which he won in the 2018 legislative assembly elections.[1] He has also served as the Cabinet Minister of Revenue, Colonization and Water Cooperation of Rajasthan for about 3 years. He had won Lok Sabha elections in 2009 from the Barmer-Jaisalmer constituency in Rajasthan.[2] But in 2014 elections, he lost. He was National Secretary of the All India Congress Committee till 2014–2019.

Harish Chaudhary
AICC In Charge, Punjab
Assumed office
22 October 2021
President of All India Congress CommitteeSonia Gandhi
President of Punjab Pradesh Congress CommitteeNavjot Singh Sidhu (18 July 2021 -09 April 2022) Amrinder Singh Raja Warring (09 April 2022- Incumbent)
Cabinet Minister of Revenue, Government of Rajasthan
In office
24 December 2018 – 20 November 2021
Chief MinisterAshok Gehlot
Preceded byAmra Ram Choudhary
Succeeded byRamlal Jat
Member of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
Assumed office
11 December 2018
Chief MinisterAshok Gehlot
Preceded byKailash Choudhary
National Secretary of the All India Congress Committee
In office
2013 - 2019
AICC PresidentSonia Gandhi (1998-2017) Rahul Gandhi (2017-2019)
Member of Parliament
for Barmer-Jaisalmer
In office
Prime MinisterManmohan Singh
Preceded byManvendra Singh
Succeeded bySona Ram
President, Jai Narain Vyas University Student Union
In office
Student WingNSUI
Succeeded byGajendra Singh Shekhawat
Personal details
Born (1970-05-13) 13 May 1970 (age 52)
Barmer, Rajasthan, India
Political partyIndian National Congress
Spouse(s)Hemani Choudhary
Residence(s)civil lines, Jaipur


  1. ^ "Harish Choudhary appointed new AICC in-charge for Punjab. Elder brother lives in jodhpur named ramnivas gwala currently he is the P.R.O of Jay Narayan Vyas University". The Tribune. 23 October 2021. Retrieved 24 November 2021.
  2. ^ "Oil production at Mangala to begin from Aug 29". The Times of India. 19 August 2009. Archived from the original on 24 October 2012. Retrieved 25 August 2009.