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Founder President : Rao Mahavir Singh Ji (1926-1982)

Rao Mahavir Singh Ji was born on 22nd Feb.1926 at Budhpur Village, District Rewari, Haryana. His father, Late Shri Rao Mohar Singh Ji, who was honoured with the title “The Grand Old Man of Ahirwal”, was his ideal. Rao Mahavir Singh Ji done his F.A. Education from Lahore (Pakistan). He was married to Smt. Murti Devi (Village Dahina, Haryana), who contributed wholeheartedly towards his political and social life, that made Rao Saab achieve unparalleled success in his life.

He made humble beginnings at the grass root level of Gram Panchayat and also had been the Director and Chairman of the Gurgaon Co-operative Bank during the last days of his life. Rao Mahavir Singh Ji supported his father in his social and political work. Following his family values and traditions, he worked among poor’s, dalits and with people who belonged to the so-called lower Caste and status and hence raised awareness for social reformation. Because of his simplicity and friendliness, common people of the society got attached with him. This made him very popular in Ahirwal and Mewat. In 1967, he had been elected as MLA from Sohna Vidhansabha, as an independent candidate. Later on he won Gurgaon Vidhansabha seat in 1968 and then entered into Haryana Government as a minister. Here he fulfilled responsibilities of several important departments. In 1972, he consecutively won the Gurgaon seat for the third time. Rao Sahab maintained his image as an honest and dedicated administrator.

The complete life style of Rao Sahab was simple but magnetic. He did commendable work for the upliftment of poor and backward people by being their ardent supporter and protector. He carried forward the legacy of his father of serving food and hukka to 36 clans which is still going on. In the field of education, Rao Mahavir Singh Ji established Kamla Nehru College, Jatauli and remained its chairman for life. In 1974, he established Rao Mohar Singh College of Education, Behrampur. This Great Leader and social worker died of heart failure on 25th Feb. 1982 during his visit to Kotputli (Rajasthan).

After his death, his elder son Rao Narbir Singh has taken all political and social responsibilities of his father and till now he is taking forward the legacy of his father and grand father of giving new perspective to the development of the society.