Diliprao Deshmukh

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Diliprao Deshmukh
Minister Rehabilitation and Relief Work, Sports, Youth Welfare & Protocol Government of Maharashtra
In office
1 March 2009 – 8 December 2009
Constituency Latur
Minister of State for Finance & Planning
Preceded by Rajendra Darda
Succeeded by Sunil Deshmukh
Constituency Latur, Beed & Osmanabad
Personal details
Born (1950-04-18) 18 April 1950 (age 67)
Citizenship Indian
Nationality Indian
Political party Indian National Congress
Spouse(s) Suvarna Deshmukh
Children 1 daughter (Name: Gauravi)
Parents Dagdoji Deshmukh
Residence Aashiyana Sarawati Colony, Latur 413531
Occupation Politician, businessman

Diliprao Dagdojirao Deshmukh (Marathi: दिलीपराव देशमुख ) (born 18 April 1950) is an Indian politician, and younger brother of Vilasrao Deshmukh.[1][2] He served as the Minister of State for Finance & Planning in the state of Maharashtra under Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde.[2]

Deshmukh was elected to the legislative council of Maharashtra in 2000. He served as Cabinet Minister under Ashok Chavan.[2] Prior to entering politics, Deshmukh was the vice-chairman of Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank.[3]


  1. ^ On Modi's campaign trail, friends turn foes, by Rakshit Sonawane, at IndianExpress.com; published 5 March 2009; retrieved 24 January 2017
  2. ^ a b c Dilip Deshmukh takes oath as Cabinet Minister, at WebIndia123.com; published 1 March 2009; retrieved 24 January 2017
  3. ^ NCP-Congress Duo Stamps Authority Over Co-operatives, at FinancialExpress.com; published 5 October 2002; updated 6 October 2002; retrieved 24 January 2017