Badalia Family, India
Sukh Badalia S/o late Sh Durjan Singh Badalia S/o late Shri Moti Lal Badalia.
Shri Kanwar Singh Badalia (15-02-1953) educated from Delhi University and
got B.Com, LL B degrees. He served over a period of 40 years in Ministry of Industrial Development, Government of India and Syndicate Bank. In Syndicate Bank he worked in various important capacities. He functioned as a General Manager of Prathama Bank also for about 2 years. He retired as A. General Manager from Syndicate Bank on 28-02-2013.
Sh K S Badalia has been a great fighter, most reputed and successful Union leader as well as social worker of national repute. He fought many cases very successfully in various High Courts and Supreme Court of India also. He has been the national General Secretary of Syndicate Bank SC&ST Employees Association; Secretary General and President of the All India SC&ST Banks Employees Confederation; Secretary General and national Chairman of the National Confederation of SC&ST Organisations and did unique works under their banner.
Sh Kanwar Singh Badalia's wife Smt Raj Bala (15-08-1958) is MA, B Ed and she is a TG Teacher in a Senior Secondary School of Delhi government. His elder son Sh Dushyant Singh Badalia (28-02-1979) is a Fashion Designer, his younger son Sh Samar Veer Singh Badalia (20-06-1981) is B.Tech (Electronics and Communications) and working as a Sr Software engineer in a very reputed MNC and his daughter is Dr. Priyanka Badalia (27-07-1983), B.Sc (H) Pt, MPT (Orthopaedics), COMP, MIAP, MA (English).
Sh Kanwar singh Badalia hails from Village & Post Off: Karola, Block & Tehsi : Farrukhnagar, District: Gurgaon, State: Haryana (India).
Badalias are called as Chamars here in this Karola village. It is said that during 15-16th Century they were the Kings of Neemrana (Rajasthan) who
were defeated by Mughals. They, instead of offering their girls to Mughals or accepting their slavery or Islam religion preferred to be within the Hindu fold
and hence ran away from Neemrana and took shelter in the thick forest (Ghaneesht Bheehar) of Heensh where they were caught and forced to change their Caste as Chamars and hence since than they are being called as Badalias and this place was named as Karola