Ramesh Chandappa Jigajinagi

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Ramesh Jigajinagi
MP
Incumbent
Assumed office
2009
Preceded by Basangouda Patil (Yatnal)
Constituency Bijapur
In office
1998-2009
Preceded by Ratnamala Dhareshwar Savanoor
Succeeded by Ramesh Katti
Constituency Chikkodi
Personal details
Born (1952-06-28) 28 June 1952 (age 62)
Bijapur, Karnataka, Karnataka
Political party BJP
Spouse(s) Shobha
Children 2 sons
Residence Bijapur, Karnataka, Karnataka
Religion Hinduism
As of September 23, 2006
Source: [1]

Ramesh Jigajinagi (born 28 June 1952) is a member of the 16th Lok Sabha of India. He represents the Bijapur constituency of Karnataka and is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Political career[edit]

Ramesh Jigajinagi was born on 28 June 1952 in Atharga village of Bijapur District in Karnataka to Chandappa and Bhoramma Jigajinagi. He is married to Shoba and has two sons. He completed his graduation from BLDEA's New Arts College, Bijapur in the faculty of Arts and later earned his Masters' degree as well.[1] Ramesh hails from a scheduled class community and has been able to retain support in the areas of northern Karnataka, even after switching alliances and parties. His electoral victory is significant, contesting and winning his seat against B.Shankaranand of the Indian National Congress'. Ramesh entered the 12th Lok Sabha with a margin of 1,31,238 votes[2]

Initially, he joined the undivided Janata Dal under the mentorship of Ramakrishna Hegde. He remained in the Janta Dal and was a staunch supporter of Ramakrishna Hegde. When Ramakrishna Hegde floated the Rashtreeya Nava Nirmana Vedike, Ramesh Jigajinagi was among the earliest sitting MLAs to support him and join the new party by resigning his ministership. Later, he joined Lok Shakti,a party formed by Ramakrishna Hegde and rejoined Janata Dal United after the merger of Lok Shakti with the former. After the death of his mentor, he joined the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Positions held[edit]

  • Member of Karnataka Legislative Assembly 1983- 1998
  • Minister of State, Home Department in the Government of Karnataka 1983
  • Minister of State, Excise Department in the Government of Karnataka 1984-1985
  • Cabinet Minister for Social Welfare and Revenue in the Government of Karnataka 1996-1998
  • Member of the 12th Loksabha 1998-1999 (Winning Margin=131238)
  • Member of the 13th Loksabha 1999-2004 (Winning Margin=84590)
  • Member of the 14th Loksabha 2004-2009 (Winning Margin=43492)
  • Member of the 15th Loksabha 2009-2014 (Winning Margin=42404)
  • Member of the 16th Loksabha 2014- (Winning Margin=69819)
  • He has served as the member in the following committees
  • Parliamentary Consultative Committee, Ministry of Finance
  • Parliamentary Committee on Absence of Members from the sittings of the House
  • Parliamentary Committee on Commerce
  • Parliamentary Committee on Home Affairs and its Sub-Committee on Personnel Policy of Central Para-Military Forces

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Notes[edit]

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