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Rashtriya Swayamsangh

After that he decided to join the RSS, under the leadership of Professor Rajender Singh alias Rajju Bhaiya, he operated the RSS, at the same time the RSS was banned by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, to remove that ban he along with Param Pujya Guruji and Rajju Bhaiya with his other comrades fought against the government and finally the ban was lifted.

Bhartiya Jansangh and Bharatiya Janta Party

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh gave the responsibility of organization minister in Bharatiya Jana Sangh to Ram Prakash Gupta. In 1956 he was appointed as the Minister of Organization and was given the charge of ten districts of the central part of Uttar Pradesh.

In 1967, under the leadership of Ram Prakash Gupta, Jana Sangh emerged as the single largest party, which was a major contribution of Ram Prakash Gupta in raising it to such a high. In 1967, became Deputy Chief Minister in government and became a member of the Legislative Council. 1973-74 President Bharatiya Jana Sangh. 1977-79 Cabinet Minister (MLA Lucknow Central) Completely conducting the 1991 elections, paved the way for Kalyan Singh to become the Chief Minister. 1993-MLA Lucknow Central Deputy Chairman-Planning Commission (Cabinet Level) Chief Minister

Lucknow Municipal Corporation

in the year 1960, he was appointed as the leader of the Jana Sangh in the Lucknow Municipal Corporation, after that in the year 1964, he was appointed as Deputy Mayor of Municipal Corporation.

He has done many notable works for the development of Lucknow city on the strength of his talent, strong will and administrative ability.

Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council

In 1964, he was elected as a Member of Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council and remained a member of the Legislative Council till 1970. Became a member of the Legislative Council in 2000.

Deputy Chief Minister

After the cow slaughter movement, in 1967, a large number of MLAs came under the leadership of the Jana Sangh and broke Chaudhary Charan Singh from the Congress and made him the Chief Minister of the state and, despite having more MLAs, himself took the post of Deputy Chief Minister. He was entrusted with important departments like education, technical education, Harijans and social welfare, cultural work and research, transport and tourism. The country's first non-Congress government was formed in the form of 'United Legislature Party'.

During his tenure in the field of education, he took many decisions for constructive reforms in the education system of the state and decided to pay salaries directly from the bank by extraordinary increase in the salary of teachers.

Cabinet Minister

After the resignation of Chief Minister Kalyan Singh, to get the party out of difficult situations, Ram Prakash Gupta, the most senior and experienced leader, was handed over the command of the government over other contenders to lead the party.

He served as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh from November 12, 1999 to October 28, 2000 and strengthened the party. During this period, Gupta ji gave financial assistance freely to the poor and patients from discretionary funds. The Chief Minister's office started the work of computerization. By reviewing the cadre in the medical department, the posts of promotion were increased six times and specialists were established everywhere, due to which the cadre reviews of other departments were also done later. The representation of Jats and Jaiswals decreased in the regional services and did a very important job of including them in the Other Backward Classes. With the help of Sadhvi Ritambara, he got a huge service center established for the orphan children. Provided land and funds for the establishment of Madhav Sevashram and Deendayal Upadhyaya Udyan for the patients of Sanjay Gandhi P.G.I. Built a grand 'Ram Bhawan' at Aishbagh Ramlila Maidan and later with the consent of Ram Prakash Gupta, Rajnath Singh was made the Chief Minister.

Chief Minister

After the resignation of Chief Minister Kalyan Singh, to get the party out of difficult situations, Ram Prakash Gupta, the most senior and experienced leader, was handed over the command of the government over other contenders to lead the party.

He served as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh from November 12, 1999 to October 28, 2000 and strengthened the party. During this period, Gupta ji gave financial assistance freely to the poor and patients from discretionary funds. The Chief Minister's office started the work of computerization. By reviewing the cadre in the medical department, the posts of promotion were increased six times and specialists were established everywhere, due to which the cadre reviews of other departments were also done later. The representation of Jats and Jaiswals decreased in the regional services and did a very important job of including them in the Other Backward Classes. With the help of Sadhvi Ritambara, he got a huge service center established for the orphan children. Provided land and funds for the establishment of Madhav Sevashram and Deendayal Upadhyaya Udyan for the patients of Sanjay Gandhi P.G.I. Built a grand 'Ram Bhawan' at Aishbagh Ramleela Maidan and later with the consent of Ram Prakash Gupta, Rajnath Singh was made the Chief Minister.

Governor

He beautified the post of his Excellency as the Governor of Madhya Pradesh from 7 May 2003 to 1 May 2004. During his tenure, he worked with Chief Minister Digvijay Singh in a very pleasant atmosphere and later after the elections, got Sadhvi Uma Bharti sworn in as the Chief Minister. This period of his is known for his very close and cordial relations with the public. He died on 1 May 2004 due to cancer while being governor. Prime Minister Atal Bihari Bajpai and President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and all the Union Ministers came to Delhi All India Institute and paid personal tribute to him.