Alka Lamba started her political career by changing into a student leader of the National Students Union. She has also been elected as the President of Delhi University. In 2002, Alka was also appointed General Secretary of All India Mahila Congress. She became a part of the Indian National Congress in 2006. He was appointed General Secretary of Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee and in December 2013 Alka Lamba left the INC and chose Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party. In the 2015 Assembly elections in Delhi, he was elected as the MLA of Chandni Chowk constituency of Delhi.
Alka Lamba is working as an active campaigner on equality and human rights issues. Lamba has also run an NGO named ‘Go India Foundation’. Donated blood to 65,000 people for the blood donation campaign in 2010 and this campaign was also supported by Bollywood celebrities Salman Khan, Riteish Deshmukh and Dia Mirza.
- In 1995-1996, Alka has also received the Best Student Leader Award of Delhi University.
- In 2008-2009, Alka received the Indira Gandhi Prestigious Award for her work for women. Alka has given lectures and speeches on the issues of women empowerment and sustainable development in countries like UK, Russia, USA, China, Venezuela.
- Full Name – Alka Lamba
- Date of Birth – 21 Sep 1975 (Age 46)
- Place of Birth – New Delhi
- Party Name – Indian National Congress
- Education – Post Graduate
- Profession – Indian Politician
- Father’s Name – Amar Nath Lamba
- Mother’s Name – Raj Kumari Lamba
- Marital Status – Divorced
- Children Son – Hrithik Lamba
love, Affair and other information
- Husband Name – Lokesh Kapoor (Divorced)
- Boyfriend – Ashish Khaitan (Notorious)
- Contact Permanent – Address C-39, Tagore Garden Extension, New Delhi-110027 Present
- Contact No. – 9810101100
- E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Length (approx.)cm – 160m – 1.60Feet Inch – 5′ 3″
- Weight/Weight (Approx.) – 55 kg
- Eye color – black
- Hair color – black
Political Party – Indian National Congress (Former MLA)Indian National Congress Party
Aam Aadmi Party
- In 1994, at the age of 19, she joined the National Students Union (NSUI) as the Delhi State Girl Convenor.
- In the year 1995, she became the President in Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) elections.
- In the year 1996, she worked as All India Girl Conveyor in NSUI.In the year 1997, he was appointed as the President of All India NSUI.
- In the year 2002, she was appointed as the General Secretary of All India Mahila Congress.
- In the year 2006, she became a member of All India Congress Committee (AICC) and General Secretary of Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC).
- In the year 2006, he was appointed as the Vice-Chairman of the National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development (NIPCCD), an autonomous body of the Government of India and the Ministry of Child Development.
- From 2007 to 2011, he served as the Secretary of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) in the Indian National Congress.
- In the year 2003, she left the Indian National Congress and joined the Aam Aadmi Party.
- In the year 2015, he won the Delhi Assembly election from Chandni Chowk constituency.
- On 10 August 2015, he along with his supporters ransacked a liquor shop located near Kashmere Gate area of Old Delhi. That’s when the incident was captured in a CCTV footage, during investigation it was found that Alka was guiding her accomplices to the attack and was asking her supporters to throw away the shop items. According to a report, the shopkeeper was a BJP supporter and had refused to put up AAP party posters, so all the party supporters had come to threaten the shopkeeper.
- In July 2016, being a member of the National Commission for Women, she visited the Guwahati molestation case victim. Due to which he faced severe criticism for revealing the identity of the victim in a press conference. For this reason she resigned from the Women’s National Commission Committee.
- In January 2018, Alka, along with 19 other AAP MLAs, was disqualified by the Election Commission of India. His disqualification was confirmed by the Hon’ble President of India Ram Nath Kovind. However, Alka along with the other seven disqualified MLAs challenged the decision of the Election Commission of India in the Delhi High Court.
- Income (Approx.) ₹ 2.1 Lakh per month (as an MLA of Delhi Legislative Assembly)
- Net worth (approx.) ₹ 1.5 crore (as on 2014-15)