Dajisaheb Chavan

Dajisaheb Ramrao Chavan (22 August 1916 – 8 July 1973) was an Indian lawmaker and served as a Member of Parliament in the Lok Sabha for a long time. An individual from the Indian National Congress, he was the previous Union Deputy Minister for Defense and Law.[1][2] His wife, Premalatai Chavan, spoke to his Lok Sabha seat after his passing. Their child Prithviraj Chavan was Chief Minister of Maharashtra from 2011 to 2014.

Early life

Dajisaheb Chavan was conceived at Kumbhargaon, in the Satara region of Maharashtra, to Ramrao Chavan. He was instructed at Rajaram College, Sykes Law College, and Bombay University, finishing his M.A. what's more, LL.M. He was hitched to Premalakaki Chavan, who additionally made a name herself in governmental issues. They had three youngsters: Prithviraj Chavan, Nirupama Ajitrao Yadav, and Vidlyullata Vyankatrao Ghorpade.

Political career

Dajisaheb Chavan was among the early individuals from the All-India Peasants' and Workers' Party (शेतकरी कामगार पक्ष), a gathering established in 1947 as a branch of the prevailing Indian National Congress. He was chosen from Karad seat to Lok Sabha in 1957 as the party's hopeful, crushing Swami Ramanand Bharati of Congress. He cleared out the gathering in 1960 to join Congress. He spoke to the seat in Lok Sabha until his passing in 1973, winning decisions in 1962, 1967 and 1971 races as Congress competitor.

Preceding his cooperation in the Lok Sabha, Chavan was an individual from the Satara District Local Board and an individual from the Bombay Legislative Council.[citation needed]

Service experience

Dajisaheb Chavan was the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Defense from 1962-64, the Ministry of Food and Agriculture from 1964-66 and the Ministry of Labor Employment and Rehabilitation from 1967-1969.

From 1969 to 1971, he was the Minister of State in the Ministry of Petroleum and Chemicals and Mines and Metals. Later, in 1971