Arnab Sil, Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant

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Arnab Sil
अर्नब सिल
অর্ণব শীল
Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant
Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant
Reign8 June 2020 – present
Heir presumptiveCrown Prince Saikat
Chairman of the Conference of Rulers
In office
8 June 2020 – 29 July 2020
MonarchsTanishkaa Patranabish
Succeeded byBishnu Chetry
Vice President of Children's Group
In office
29 May 2016 – 27 November 2016
PresidentTanishkaa Patranabish
Anoushkaa Patranabish
Preceded byBishnu Chetry
Succeeded byBishnu Chetry (acting)
Senior government offices
Deputy Prime Minister of Friends Society
In office
12 April 2017 – 21 March 2018
Serving with Sarala Baishya (Jul-Dec 2017) and Tanishkaa Patranabish (from Dec 2017)
Prime MinisterSarala Baishya
Tanishkaa Patranabish
Varuna Sriraya
Preceded byAbhiraj Kar
Succeeded byAsmi Patranabis
In office
17 March 2019 – 14 July 2019
Serving with Bishnu Chetry
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byPosition vacant
Succeeded byAsmi Patranabis
In office
29 March 2020 – 30 April 2020
Serving with Anoushkaa Patranabish and Bishnu Chetry
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
In office
10 January 2019 – 22 March 2020
PresidentVaruna Sriraya
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Anoushkaa Patranabish
Vice PresidentAnoushkaa Patranabish
Sarala Baishya
Preceded bySarala Baishya
Succeeded byAnoushkaa Patranabish
Senior Minister
In office
14 July 2019 – 8 November 2019
Serving with Bishnu Chetry (until 29 September) and Ankurjyoti Thakuria (from 29 September)
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byPosition created
Succeeded byPosition abolished
Chief Cabinet Minister
In office
10 May 2020 – 8 June 2020
PresidentTanishkaa Patranabish
Senior MinisterBishnu Chetry
Gubernatorial offices
Governor of Greater Guwahati
In office
2 January 2017 – 12 April 2017
PresidentSarala Baishya
Prime MinisterVaruna Sriraya
Chief MinisterSaikat Seal
Preceded byPosition created
Succeeded byRajdeep Deka
Governor of Greater Guwahati
Additional charge
In office
2 January 2017 – 25 February 2017
PresidentSarala Baishya
Prime MinisterVaruna Sriraya
Preceded bySaikat Seal
Succeeded bySubhajit Kar
Ministerial offices
Minister of Child Welfare
In office
6 December 2015 – 11 April 2016
Prime MinisterSarala Baishya
Preceded byAnoushkaa Patranabish
Succeeded byMridul Amin
Minister of Finance
In office
11 April 2016 – 29 May 2016
Prime MinisterVaruna Sriraya
Preceded byMridul Amin
Succeeded byBishnu Chetry
In office
16 November 2019 – 24 November 2019
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byAsmi Patranabis
Succeeded byVaruna Sriraya (President)
In office
26 November 2019 – 9 December 2019
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byVaruna Sriraya (President)
Succeeded byTanishkaa Patranabish
In office
10 April 2020 – 30 April 2020
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byTanishkaa Patranabish
In office
13 May 2020 – 8 June 2020
PresidentTanishkaa Patranabish
Senior MinisterBishnu Chetry
Succeeded byAnoushkaa Patranabish
Minister of Home Affairs
In office
12 April 2017 – 5 July 2017
Prime MinisterSarala Baishya
Preceded byAsmi Patranabis
Succeeded bySarala Baishya
In office
14 May 2018 – 12 October 2018
as Cabinet Secretary
PresidentTanishkaa Patranabish
Varuna Sriraya (pro-tempore)
Preceded byVaruna Sriraya
Succeeded byAnoushkaa Patranabish
In office
16 July 2019 – 13 September 2019
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byBishnu Chetry
Succeeded byAnkurjyoti Thakuria
In office
1 February 2020 – 3 March 2020
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byTanishkaa Patranabish
Succeeded byAnoushkaa Patranabish
Minister of External Affairs
In office
5 July 2017 – 13 May 2018
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Varuna Sriraya
Preceded byAbhiraj Kar
Succeeded byBishnu Chetry
(as Secretary of State)
In office
7 January 2019 – 16 July 2019
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byAbhiraj Kar
Succeeded byTanishkaa Patranabish
Minister of National Defence and Strategic Planning
In office
13 September 2019 – 16 November 2019
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byTanishkaa Patranabish
Succeeded byAsmi Patranabis
Minister of National Defence
In office
29 March 2020 – 10 April 2020
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byArnab Deka
Succeeded byAnkurjyoti Thakuria
Minister of National Development
In office
6 August 2020 – 2 September 2020
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byMinistry created
Succeeded byAnkurjyoti Thakuria
In office
22 March 2020 – 29 March 2020
Prime MinisterTanishkaa Patranabish
Preceded byAnirban Phatowali
Succeeded byAnirban Phatowali
Bornc. 2004 (age 20)
 India
HouseSil
FatherPrince Father Rabindranath (d.2015)
MotherPrincess Mother Niroda
ReligionHindu

His Majesty Arnab Sil (born 2004) is the first and current Rajpramukh of the Vishwamitran state of Madhya Prant since the establishment of the monarchy on 8 June 2021. Prior to becoming the monarch, he was one of the most active and most senior politicians in the nation. He held various positions including those of the Vice President, deputy prime minister, cabinet minister, governor during the republican period in the national history.

Early and personal life

Arnab Sil was born in 2004 as the first child of his parents. He is also the elder brother of Saikat, Crown Prince of Madhya Prant.

Political career

He joined micronationalism in December 2015 and became a Minister for the first time under the Second Sarala Baishya ministry on 6 December 2015. He was entrusted the duties of the Minister of Child Welfare by the Prime Minister and held office until dissolution of the council of ministers on 11 April 2016. Following the introduction of the multi-party system of governance, he formed the Friends Society Freedom Party (also known as Children's Group Freedom Party until January 2017) and became a part of the Union Cabinet under Varuna Sriraya. On 11 April 2016, he was appointed as the Minister of Finance and served in office until his resignation on 29 May 2016. In late May 2016, then Vice-President Bishnu Chetry indicated that he would step down from his office, and eventually stepped out as the country's Vice President, thereby making it necessary for an election to be held to fill in the position. Arnab Sil was nominated as the candidate by the ruling alliance, whereas Parliamentary Affairs Minister Mohammad Mridul Amin decided to contest the election as an independent candidate. The result of the election highly favoured Arnab Sil, and he was eventually appointed as the Vice-President of the nation on 29 May 2016. He was replaced as the Minister of Finance by his vice-presidential predecessor Bishnu Chetry. He was re-elected to office alongside newly-elected President Anoushkaa Patranabish on 2 October 2016 in an election where he defeated Friends Society Independent Party candidate Abhiraj Kar. It was also under his tenure that the Parliament became unicameral, and he was appointed to serve as the first Deputy Speaker under the new system. However, his tenure as the Vice-President was marked short following his resignation on 27 December 2016, after he indicated to run in the general elections scheduled in December 2016 against incumbent Prime Minister Varuna Sriraya. Following his resignation, there was a short period of constitutional crisis, which ended after Minister of Home Affairs and first in-line of vice presidential succession, Bishnu Chetry was appointed as the Acting Vice President by the President.

It was under his leadership, that the Friends Society Freedom Party contested the 2016 December general election but would hardly win 2 seats in the parliament. His younger brother Saikat Seal was recognized as the Leader of the Opposition, while he was appointed to the Governor of Greater Guwahati (now Purvanchal) on 2 January 2017 and remained in office until his resignation as Governor on 12 April 2017. During his tenure as the Governor of Greater Guwahati, he also held the additional charge of the Governor of the neighbouring state of Uttaranchal until 27 February. It was on 12 April 2017, that the Friends Society Freedom Party formed an alliance with the Sarala Baishya led-Friends Society Independent Party and he became Deputy Prime Minister under the alliance government.

Titles, styles, and honours

Styles of
Arnab Sil of Madha Prant
Reference styleHis Majesty
Spoken styleYour Majesty
Alternative styleSir

Titles and styles

  • 6 December 2015 – 8 June 2020: His Excellency Arnab Sil
  • 8 June 2020 – 4 August 2021: His Royal Highness The Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant
  • 4 August 2021 – 20 July 2022: His Exalted Highness The Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant
  • 20 July 2022 – present: His Majesty The Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant

Full title

His Majesty Rajpramukh Shri Arnab Sil, S.U.K., D.K., D.P.S., D.K. I (Purvanchal), D.K. I (Beltola), D.K. (Uttaranchal), D.K. (Kamrupa), D.B., S.U.M.M., S.U.R.K., D.U.V.S., D.P.U.K., S.P.D.S., R.S.P., P.R.S., C.S.P., Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant, National Hero.

Honours

Honours of Madhya Prant

Vishwamitra and its states

Former honours
State honours
Territorial honours

Foreign honours

Current
Former

Ribbon bars

Ribbon bars of the orders and decorations that are worn regularly by the Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant are noted by customary Vishwamitran conventions applicable to the occasion, the location and to the form of dress worn. The ribbon bars are worn according to the protocol and the precedence of the wear as issued by the Chancellery of the orders. It is to note that the ribbons of the foreign honours are worn below the national and state honours of Vishwamitra.






Armorials

Royal monogram Arms Coat of arms (Vishwamitra) Arms as commander of the Order of William I (Gradonia)

References