Shiv Nath Chak (SN Chak)
|Born||1 July 1951|
Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India
|Political party||Bharatiya Janata Party|
|Desh Shakti Party|
|Mother||Ram Pyari Chak|
|Father||Ram Dayal Chak|
M.A Economics, 1973
|Alma mater||Vikramajit Singh Sanatan Dharma College|
|Occupation||Politician, social activist, retired police officer|
|Known for||Director General of Police, Uttar Pradesh Police, Social Work|
Shiv Nath Chak is 1974 batch IPS officer and has been the Director General in Uttar Pradesh Police. He has also worked as Director General in Indian railways. SN Chak retired as Director General of Police working in the capacity of DG (Prosecution) Uttar Pradesh Police on 30 June 2011.
Early life and education
Actively participated in social activities since 1997. Published "Samaj Sanjeevani" magazenes, journals, directory named "GharDwar" of Khatik community. Organised various sammelans, civil services preparatory classes and founded "Rashtravadi Khatik Vikas Parishad", later named "Rashtravadi Khatik Vikas Samiti" to provide a platform for social service to youth.  Samiti enjoys good respect among khatik community throughout India.
He founded Desh Shakti Party, to uphold Constitution and for political empowerment of SC, ST, OBC and Minorities. Party was registered by National Election Commission of India on 1 June 2012. Party contested general assembly elections in Jharkhand in 2015 and in Uttar Pradesh in 2017 and keeps on organising dharana, rallies etc on different political issues. later in 2019 Chak joins Bhartiya Janata Party.
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