|Minister Rehabilitation and Relief Work, Sports, Youth Welfare & Protocol Government of Maharashtra|
1 March 2009 – 8 December 2009
|Minister of State for Finance & Planning|
|Preceded by||Rajendra Darda|
|Succeeded by||Sunil Deshmukh|
|Constituency||Latur, Beed & Osmanabad|
18 April 1950 |
|Political party||Indian National Congress|
|Children||1 daughter (Name: Gauravi)|
|Residence||Aashiyana Sarawati Colony, Latur 413531|
Diliprao Dagdojirao Deshmukh (Marathi: दिलीपराव देशमुख ) (born 18 April 1950) is an Indian politician, and younger brother of Vilasrao Deshmukh. He served as the Minister of State for Finance & Planning in the state of Maharashtra under Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde.
Deshmukh was elected to the legislative council of Maharashtra in 2000. He served as Cabinet Minister under Ashok Chavan. Prior to entering politics, Deshmukh was the vice-chairman of Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank.
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