Dadaji Bhuse

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Dadaji Bhuse
Cabinet Minister
Government of Maharashtra
Assumed office
30 December 2019
Minister
GovernorBhagat Singh Koshyari
Chief MinisterUddhav Thackeray
Preceded by
Guardian minister of Palghar District Government of Maharashtra
Assumed office
09 January 2020
Preceded by-
ConstituencyMalegaon Outer
Minister of state for Rural Development
In office
2016–2019
GovernorC. Vidyasagar Rao Bhagat Singh Koshyari
Chief MinisterDevendra Fadnavis
Preceded by-
Succeeded by
Minister of state for Cooperation
In office
2014–2016
GovernorC. Vidyasagar Rao
Chief MinisterDevendra Fadnavis
Preceded by-
Succeeded by-
Member of Legislative Assembly of Maharashtra
Assumed office
2004
ConstituencyMalegaon Outer
Personal details
BornMalegaon
Political partyShiv Sena
Spouse(s)Anita Bhuse
ChildrenAjinkya Bhuse, Avishkar Bhuse
ResidenceMalegaon
OccupationPolitician

Dadaji Dagadu Bhuse is a member of the 13th Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. He represents the Malegaon Outer Assembly Constituency. He belongs to the Shiv Sena.[1] It is Bhuse's fourth term as Member of Legislative Assembly.[2] In December 2014, he was appointed as Minister of State for Co-operation.[3][4]

Positions held[edit]

  • 2003: Elected to Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (1st term)
  • 2009: Re-Elected to Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (2nd term)
  • 2014: Re-Elected to Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (3rd term)
  • 2014 - 2016: Minister of State for Co-operation in Maharashtra State Government
  • 2014 - 2019: Guardian minister of Dhule District[5]
  • 2016 - 2019: Minister of State for Rural Development in Maharashtra State Government.[6]
  • 2019: Re-Elected to Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (4th term)
  • 2019: Appointed as Minister of Agriculture, Ex Soldiers Welfare[7][8]
  • 2020: Appointed as guardian minister of Palghar district[9]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results of Maharashtra Assembly polls 2014". India Today. Retrieved 23 June 2015.
  2. ^ Jog, Sanjay (5 December 2014). "BJP, Sena go their own ways for picking ministerial candidates". Business Standard. Retrieved 23 June 2015.
  3. ^ "Shiv".
  4. ^ Hamine, Prashant (27 December 2014). "Desai, Tawde are guardian minister for city, suburbs". Afternoon Despatch and Courier. Retrieved 23 June 2015.
  5. ^ http://www.business-standard.com/article/politics/guardian-ministers-appointed-in-maharashtra-114122601108_1.html
  6. ^ "राज्य मंत्रिमंडळाचे खातेवाटप".
  7. ^ "Maharashtra Cabinet portfolios announced".
  8. ^ "महाराष्ट्र मंत्रिमंडळ खातेवाटप जाहीर".
  9. ^ "2020: Maharashtra govt appoints guardian ministers for all 36 districts".

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Political offices
Preceded by Minister of State for Rural Development, Maharashtra State
July 2016–present
Incumbent
Preceded by
Minister of State for Co-operation, Maharashtra State
December 2014–July 2106
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Maharashtra State Guardian Minister for Dhule district
December 2014–present
Incumbent