Tamonash Ghosh was a prominent Indian politician who also worked as a social worker. He is a member of the Trinamool Congress Party and has been elected to Parliament three times in his constituency of False, West Bengal.
|Full Name||Tamonash Ghosh|
|Date of Birth||13 September 1956|
|Birth Place||Paraganas, West Bengal|
|School||Private School in Paraganas|
|College / University||Ballygunge Law College|
|Net Worth||2 Crore|
|Father Name||Not Knwon|
|Mother Name||Durga Pada Ghosh|
|Wife Name||Jharna Ghosh|
|Residence Address||29A, Harish Charterjee Street, Kolkata-700026|
Tamonash Ghosh Wiki/Biography
Tamonash Gosh was born on September 13, 1959, in 2020 he will be 60 years old. He was born in Paraganas, West Bengal and is an Indian citizen.
He comes from a middle-class Hindu family in West Bengal. and he completed his education at a private school in his hometown. She later obtained a bachelor’s degree from the university in West Bengal.
He was interested in politics from an early age, so he soon joined the party and since 1998 he has held the position of party treasurer.
Tamonash Ghosh belongs to a Hindu family from West Bengal and has Indian citizenship. Little information is available about the politician’s parents and other family members, only the name of his mother, Durga Pada Ghosh, is known.
Marital status: married, his wife’s name is Jharna Gosh, the politician also has two daughters, there is no further information about his wife and children.
The politician began his career as a university executive after joining the Trinamool Congress party and being elected for the first time as a deputy for the district of False in 2001. Subsequently, he was elected deputy three times in the same district.
He also worked for a private company before entering politics. He was very close to the Prime Minister of West Bengal, Mamta Banerjee. He was one of the party’s top leaders and has been the party’s treasurer since 1998. He was also chairman of the SBSTC Board.
Death of Tamonash Gosh
Earlier this month, Congressional Leader Trinamula tested positive for Covid-19 and expired on Wednesday, June 24, 2020.
He was admitted to a private hospital in Calcutta, where he had been hospitalized for the past two days for multiple organ failure and death from the coronavirus pandemic.
Prime Minister Mamta Banerjee and other senior leaders express their condolences on the death of their party colleague. They pray for the welfare of their family and pay homage to the party leader.