N. D. Tiwari

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Narayan Datt Tiwari
Ex Uttarakhand CM ND Tiwari.jpg
21st Governor of Andhra Pradesh
In office
22 August 2007 – 26 December 2009
Preceded byRameshwar Thakur
Succeeded byE. S. L. Narasimhan
3rd Chief Minister of Uttarakhand
In office
2 March 2002 – 7 March 2007
Preceded byBhagat Singh Koshyari
Succeeded byB. C. Khanduri
Minister of Finance
In office
25 July 1987 – 25 June 1988
Preceded byRajiv Gandhi
Succeeded byShankarrao Chavan
Minister of External Affairs
In office
22 October 1986 – 25 July 1987
Preceded byP. Shiv Shankar
Succeeded byRajiv Gandhi
9th Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh
In office
25 June 1988 – 5 December 1989
In office
3 August 1984 – 24 September 1985
In office
21 January 1976 – 30 April 1977
Personal details
Born(1925-10-18)18 October 1925
Baluti, United Provinces, British India
(now in Uttarakhand, India)
Died18 October 2018(2018-10-18) (aged 93)
New Delhi, India
Political partyIndian National Congress
Spouse(s)
Sushila Tiwari (m. 1954–1991)
(her death)
Ujjwala Tiwari (m. 2014)
ChildrenRohit Shekhar Tiwari
ResidenceC1/9, Tilak Lane , New Delhi and 1 A, Mall Avenue , Lucknow,
Alma materAllahabad University

Narayan Datt Tiwari (18 October 1925 – 18 October 2018) was an Indian politician. He was the only Indian politician to be chief minister of two different Indian states.[1]

He was formerly in Praja Socialist Party and later joined Indian National Congress.

He was Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh (1976–77, 1984–85, 1988–89) and Chief Minister of Uttarakhand (2002–2007). In 1986–1987, he was in Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's cabinet as Minister for External Affairs. He was Governor of Andhra Pradesh from 2007 until 2009.

Tiwari died on his 93rd birthday on 18 October 2018 in New Delhi from multiple organ failure.[2]

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