Droupadi Murmu: India’s first tribal president
Droupadi Murmu made history when she became India’s first tribal president. She is from the Santal tribe, which is one of the largest and most marginalized tribes in India.
Murmu was born into a family of farmers and did not have the opportunity to attend school. However, she was determined to get an education and went on to earn a degree from Indira Gandhi National Open University.
Murmu has worked tirelessly to improve the lives of her fellow tribespeople. She has set up schools and health care facilities in remote tribal areas, and has also worked to improve access to education and employment opportunities.
Who is Droupadi Murmu?
Droupadi Murmu is the current Chief Minister of Jharkhand, a position she has held since December 2014. She is a member of the Indian National Congress party. Murmu was born in May 1961 in the village of Udhwa, in the state of Bihar. She studied at the University of Ranchi, where she obtained a degree in Political Science. After university, she began her career in the Indian Administrative Service, serving in various roles in the state of Jharkhand. In 2014, she was elected as Chief Minister of Jharkhand, becoming the first woman to hold the position.
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