|Preceded by||Ram Dayal Uike|
|Former Chief Minister of Chhatisgarh|
|Spouse(s)||Dr. Renu Jogi|
Ajit Pramod Jogi was the first chief minister of the state of Chhattisgarh, India. He currently represents the Marwahi Scheduled Tribe constituency in the state assembly and is a member of the Indian National Congress (INC) political party.
Jogi studied Mechanical Engineering at the Maulana Azad College of Technology, Bhopal, winning the University Gold Medal in 1968. After having worked briefly as a lecturer at the Government Engineering College, Raipur, he was selected for the Indian Police Service and Indian Administrative Service.
2014 Lok Sabha election campaign
During the run-up to the 2014 Lok Sabha election over the Mahasamund seat, eleven independent candidates all named Chandu Lal Sahu filed to run. At the time, Jogi's main contender was Chandu Lal Sahu of the BJP party. Sahu ultimately won the election only by small margin of 133 votes  and Jogi was accused of planting those names to confuse voters.
- 1986-1998 Member, Rajya Sabha (two terms)
- 1998 Elected as a Member of Parliament (MP) to the 12th Lok Sabha for the Raigarh constituency in Chhattisgarh
- 2000-2003 Chief minister of Chhattisgarh
- 2004-2008 MP in the 14th Lok Sabha for Mahasamund, Chhattisgarh
- 2008- Member of the Legislative Assembly of Chhattisgarh, representing the Marwahi constituency
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