Anjan Sarkar

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Anjan Sarkar

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Society
Nationality Flag-India.jpg Indian
Date of birth 17 December 2008
Day 393
Date of death 2010
Residence Tamil Nadu
Sex Male
Newspaper The Indian Mirror
Politics
Minister of Foreign Affairs of India
February 6, 2009 – May 5, 2009
Preceded by BroodRoosterNL
Succeeded by David Forde
President of India
May 6, 2009 – June 5, 2009
Preceded by BroodRoosterNL
Succeeded by David Forde
Congress member of India
Military
Military rank Icon rank Commander***.png Commander***
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Anjan Sarkar was an Indian politician.

He has been an Indian Congressman and one of the Indian Diplomats in talks with Indonesia over Indian Freedom. He was also the president of India.

Political

Under Minister of Foreign Affairs

Under the presidency of Srachit, BroodRoosterNL was chosen as Minister of Foreign Affairs. BroodRoosterNL made a post asking for an Under Minister and this position was taken up by Anjan. During his time as Under Minister Anjan made many friends from around the world and grew his diplomatic skills here.

Minister of Foreign Affairs

Next month the presidency of India was won by Dionysus, at this time BroodRoosterNL announced that he would like a replacement as he could not spare enough time for the game and at this time Anjan was selected as Minister of Foreign Affairs of India. He did a very good job in this position and opened relations with many countries. Even after India lost its freedom Anjan was regarded as the MOFA of India.

Diplomat of India

As Minister of Foreign Affairs Anjan's skills as a diplomat grew. After India lost its freedom to Indonesia these skills were useful and helped India a lot when India was negotiating with Indonesia.

President of India

Anjan Sarkar won the April 2009 presidential elections. The first thing he did was to establish a ministry. He was a well liked president and did well.

Military

War of Conquest

(Indonesian side)

(Indian side)

Resistance Wars

(Indonesian Side)