Dr. Surendra Singh’s  Rise from Student Leader to Political leader in Bikaner

His focus is primarily on the city of Bikaner in the Indian state of Rajasthan


New Delhi : Dr. Surendra Singh is widely respected for his involvement in both politics and the community. His focus is primarily on the city of Bikaner in the Indian state of Rajasthan. His goal is to help transform India into a global power, and he is doing everything in his ability to make that happen. His response to the question of what he hopes to do as a leader was: “The entire planet now resides in the 21st century. The honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi is largely responsible for India’s recent acceleration in the speed of global growth.

In spite of this, it is still possible to identify clear class distinctions across India. One culture is wealthy and advanced, possessing all the comforts of modern life, while another is dirt-poor and centuries behind in many ways. It is on behalf of these less fortunate, more vulnerable, less dominant, and more historically backward social groups that I devote my attention and energy. My goal is to advance them and integrate them into the larger progression.”

He referred to Gandhi’s ideal society as an example. To him, economic growth and social fairness are inseparable components of a flourishing society. Gandhi’s social and economic theory, Sarvodaya, was the product of a synthesis between the needs and aspirations of the individual and of society, and aimed to promote the success and happiness of all via mutual aid and mutual benefit rather than rivalry. This is the main concept that Dr. Surendra Singh is adhering to.

When Dr. Singh was asked who he looked up to, he named a number of prominent Indian politicians. Among them were Din Dayal Upadhyay, Ram Manohar Lohiya, JP Narayan, Atal Bihari Bajpayee, Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, and many others. He’s taken in their views on socialism, society, moral obligations, and nationalism and is striving to form his own views that incorporate their concepts.


Dr. Surendra Singh was a member of Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad even during his early student days. His interest in politics led him to participate in many elections fought at the college level. Not to mention, he successfully won many of them and was the leader of the student union for many years.

One of the major events of his early political days was the Hunger Strike kept by him. Bikaner University was promised to be set up by the central government, but later on, it was postponed. Dr. Surendra Singh went on a hunger strike in 2003 for straight 5 days. Huge support from other local people and politicians forced the government to re-initiate the proposed university again, and Mr. Radhe Shyam Ganganagar, a prominent leader himself, came to end this strike. Today, Bikaner has this multidisciplinary university because of his efforts.

Dr. Surendra Singh has raised his voice against paper leaks and fake recruitment during the Congress government in Rajasthan, demonstrating strength. He appealed to everyone from the chairman of RPSC to the Governor against the fake recruitment that took place during the RPSC 2018 recruitment exam and demanded a CBI investigation into the entire scam. Dr. Surendra Singh emerged as a strong leader in Bikaner with strong public support. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree and later obtained a Ph.D. in Gandhi politics through social reform from Jain Vishwa Bharati Ladnun, along with a Master’s degree in Social Work. Dr. Singh is always aware of contemporary issues and speaks out on issues related to public affairs, writes on political and social issues, and protests. His articles on political and social issues continue to be published in the country’s prestigious newspapers and magazines.


On the 150th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, Dr. Surendra Singh, along with other party members, traveled and visited 150 villages of Bikaner for more than one month. He understood the needs of the local public and tried to resolve their issues in his capacity.

During Corona, his initiative “SANJHA CHULHA” helped many deprived sections to get basic needs. He distributed food and daily essentials to a wider section in need. He even visited hospitals during the peak months of COVID-19. Inspection of hospitals and beds were done by himself. “Public Audit” was done to check the readiness of hospitals in treating the patients with severe symptoms. For his marvelous work, he was called and applauded by the then CM Vasundhara Raje. She also advised him to take all necessary precautions. After this, many big leaders also called him for his extraordinary service at a much-needed time.