Introduction to Sachin Pilot: Sachin Pilot has served as President of the Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee as Minister of State for Communication and Information Technology and Minister of State for Corporate Affairs in the Indian government. He joined the Congress party in 2018 and has represented Rajasthan’s Tonk assembly seat ever since then.
When he was elected to the House of Representatives as a Member of Parliament, he made history as the youngest Indian citizen to ever achieve that honor.
The pilot has been an Indian parliamentarian twice before, first representing the Dausa seat in 2004 and then the Ajmer constituency in 2009. After winning the Dausa seat at the tender age of 26, he became the youngest person in India’s history to be elected to Parliament.
He lost the 2014 election and hence the chance to represent the Ajmer seat in the Lok Sabha. A minister in the Manmohan Singh administration during its second term, he was responsible for Business and Industry.
The early life of Sachin Pilot
Rajesh Pilot, a prominent Congress figure, and his wife, Rama, were Sachin Pilot’s parents. His father served as a minister in the Indian government. His family hails from Vaidpura, which is located near Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
He received his education at Air Force Bal Bharati School in New Delhi, a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Stephens College at the University of Delhi, a diploma in marketing from I.M.T. Ghaziabad, and a Master of Business Administration from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, United States of America.
After working for the British Broadcasting Firm’s bureau in Delhi for a period, he went on to work for the American multinational corporation General Motors for two years.
The Career of Sachin Pilot-
Pilot won a seat for the Dausa district in the Lok Sabha in the 2004 general election. He was elected to the Indian Parliament at the tender age of 26, making him the youngest member. Ajmer was one of the seats he won in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, with a margin of 76,596 votes against Kiran Maheshwari of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
The pilot served on the Consultative Committee for the Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Standing Committee on Home Affairs in the Lok Sabha. In the second Manmohan Singh government, which took office in 2012, he was named Minister of Corporate Affairs.