|1980||Won Lok Sabha elections from Bharatpur, Rajasthan|
|1984||Won Lok Sabha elections from Dausa, Rajasthan|
|1985-89||Minister for Surface Transport|
|1987||Set up the Jai Jawan Jai Kisan Trust|
|1991||Won Lok Sabha elections from Dausa, Rajasthan|
|1991-93||Minister for Telecommunication, Government of India|
|1993-95||Minister for Internal Security, Government of India|
|1995-96||Minister for Surface Transport|
|1996||Won Lok Sabha elections from Dausa, Rajasthan|
|1998||Won Lok Sabha elections from Dausa, Rajasthan|
|1999||Won Lok Sabha elections from Dausa, Rajasthan|
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