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Know Twenty Facts Short Biography of Devendra Fadnavis Maharashtra Chief Minister

Know Twenty Facts Short Biography of Devendra Fadnavis Maharashtra Chief Minister

Know 20 facts about Devendra Fadnavis
Short Biography of Devendra Fadnavis the future Chief Minister of Maharashtra

Name - Devendra Gangadhar Fadnavis
Personal Office / Residence: 276, Rao Saheb Fadnavis Park, Dharampeth, Nagpur – 440 010

Birth - 22 July 1970, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India

Spouse(s) - Amruta Fadnavis
Devendra married Amruta Ranade in 2006.
She is a branch manager of Axis Bank in Nagpur.
Ranade hails from a non-political family background.
Her parents are doctors in Nagpur.

Children - Divija Fadnavis (daughter)

Political Party – Bharatiya Janata Party [BJP]

He is current President of the ‘Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Maharashtra Pradesh

Education –
In his childhood, Devendra joined the RSS Shakha at Trikoni Park.
Devendra attended Dharampeth Jr. College in the year 1986–87
after which he completed a 5-year law degree from Law College Nagpur. From 1986–89, he was an active member of ABVP.
Post Graduate Degree in Business Management and a Diploma in Methods and Techniques of Project Management from D.S.E. Berlin.

Father and Mother –
His father, Gangadhar Fadnavis, was an MLC from Nagpur (first with Jan Sangh, later Janata Party, and BJP) who died of cancer in 1987.

His mother, Sarita Fadnavis, belonged to the Kaloti family from Amravati.
She was the Director of Vidarbh Housing Credit Society.

Political career –

His political career commenced in the early nineties where he joined the BJP Maharashtra as a Ward President, BJYM.
Devendra became the youngest municipal corporator of the Nagpur Municipal Corporation at the age of 21 and remained corporator for two consecutive terms, 1992 and 1997.

He also has the distinction of being the second youngest Mayor in India, as Mayor of Nagpur at 27 years of age, in 1997.

He is also the only person to be re-elected as the Mayor in Council of the State of Maharashtra.

Since 1999, he has been elected Member of the Legislative Assembly of Maharashtra State, representing Nagpur.

He has served as an elected member in the Municipal Corporation of Nagpur for two consecutive terms, in 1992 and 1997.

He has the distinction of being the Second youngest Mayor in India and the youngest Mayor in Nagpur, when he served as the Mayor of Nagpur.

He was also the only person to be re-elected and serve as the first ‘Mayor in Council’ of the State of Maharashtra.

He has been elected Member of the Legislative Assembly of Maharashtra State, representing Nagpur, since, 1999.

He has been a part of various committees over the years, namely – Estimates Committee;
Standing Committee on Urban development and Housing;
Rules Committee;
Public Undertaking Committee,
Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (Water Supply).

Positions Held within BJP

President, BJP Maharashtra (2013)
General Secretary, BJP Maharashtra Pradesh (2010)
National Vice President, Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha (2001)
State Vice President, Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha (1994)
Nagpur City President, Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha (1992)
Office Bearer, Nagpur (west) BJP (1990)
Ward President, BJYM (1989)

Legislative Positions Held –
Legislative Committees
Served as a member on
Estimate Committee
Rules Committee
Public Undertaking Committee
Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran
Standing Committee on Urban Development and Housing
Joint Select Committee on Reserve Funds
Joint Select Committee on Self Finance Schools

Awards Honors –

Best Parliamentarian’ Award for year 2002-2003 by the Commonwealth Parliamentarian Association.

Best Speaker’ Award in National Inter University Debate.

Most Challenging Youth’ regional Award by Rotary Club.

Best Parliamentarian’ Award in the memory of Late Pramodji Mahajan by Muktchand, Pune.

RAJYOGI NETA’ Award by Prunavad Parivar, Nasik.

Devendra Fadnavis as Author –
He has written five books

Website: http://www.devendrafadnavis.in

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/devendra.fadnavis

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dev_Fadnavis

His presence in the international arena is highlighted below:

Participation and presentations -International Environmental Summit at Honolulu, USA (1999)

U.S. National Conference of State Legislatures at Washington and Nashville, USA (2005)

Presentation on ‘Disaster Mitigation and Management in India’ at International summit organized by IDRC-UNESCO –WCDR at Davos, Switzerland (2006)

Presented a paper on ‘Natural Disasters Mitigation-Issues on Ecological and Social Risk’ at Global Environmental Change Congress at Beijing in China organized by WMO –ESSP (2006)

Represented India in ASEM meeting of young political leaders from Asia & Europe at Copenhagen, Denmark (2007)

Presented paper on ‘Energy Security issues’ at New Generation Seminar organized by East-West Centre of U.S. federal government (2008)

Member of High Level Delegation of Commonwealth Parliamentary Association to Australia, New Zealand and Singapore (2008)

Member of delegation of INDO RUSSIA Chamber of Commerce to Moscow, Russia (2010)

Participated at Global Parliamentarian Forum on Habitat at Croatia, Europe (2011)

Participated at GPH Asia regional meet at Malaysia (2012)

Member of delegation invited by United Nations’ Habitat at UN headquarters at Nairobi in Kenya (2012)

Kendrat Narendra, Rajyat Devendra" (Modi at the Centre, Devendra in the state).

Media reported that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reportedly informed party chief Amit Shah that he wants Fadnavis to be the next CM of the state if BJP wins its desired majority.


Clean Image
Devendra Fadnavis currently his name is not involved in any type of corruption case or scam

Age 36 – Worked as Model also
Devendra Fadnavis had modelled for a garment shop [Ambika Men’s] in Nagpur, which put up five large-size hoardings in west Nagpur's market areas.
They remained in place for over a month," Fadnavis was then in this second term as MLA from Nagpur South-West.
Garments included western as well as traditional

Friday - October 31, 2014
Devendra Fadnavis on Friday took oath as the 27th Chief Minister of Maharashtra and the first from BJP in the state, at a grand function in Mumbai's wankhade stadium.
He is the 18th person to hold the post.
He will also be the fourth politician from Vidarbha region to become CM and at 44, the second youngest person to hold the top post in Maharashtra.

Watch Video In a special interview, Maharashtra BJP president Devendra Fadnavis talks about his growth in politics, Modi wave, BJP-Shiv Sena alliance and his aspirations.

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