Tarlochan  Singh  was born on 28 July 1933 in Dhudhial (Pakistan) and  is an Indian Bureaucrat and Parliamentarian. He served as Chairman for the National Commission for Minorities from 2003 to 2006 (Union Cabinet Minister Status).  He was  a member of Parliament 1 August 2004 – 31 July 2010; Press Secretary to the President of India 1983–1987; and the Chairman & MD of Delhi Tourism Corporation and The Director of Culture & Tourism Museum for the Punjab Govt.

He got approval of the Parliament to amend the Anand Marriage Act (1908). This amendment allowed the registration of Sikh marriages. He got sanctioned for Maharaja Ranjit Singh's Statue in Parliament  and installing the Bust of Shaheed Bhagat Singh in the Parliament with Portraits of Master Tara Singh & Baba Kharak Singh. 

He is the first Member of Parliament who spoke in Punjabi in the Parliament with simultaneous translation in English and Hindi.

He is recognized the world over as a voice for Sikhs.