Eshwara Khandre

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Eshwar Khandre
Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee Working President of Karnataka
Assumed office
2018
ConstituencyBhalki
Karnataka Member of the Legislative Assembly for the Bhalki
Assumed office
2008
Minister for Municipal Administration and Public Enterprises, Government of Karnataka
In office
2016–2018
Succeeded byRamesh Jarkiholi
Personal details
Born
Eshwar Bhimanna Khandre

1961/1962 (age 56–58)[1]
NationalityIndian
Political partyIndian National Congress
FatherBhimanna Khandre
RelativesVijaykumar Khandre (brother)
ResidenceBhalki
Bangalore
EducationBachelor of Engineering
Alma materPDA College of Engineering, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga[2]
OccupationAgriculturist, social worker

Eshwar Bhimanna Khandre is an Indian politician and who is representing the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee working president and Member of the Legislative Assembly of Bhalki Vidhan Sabha Constituency and the chairman of Shantivardhak Education Society.

Personal life[edit]

Khandre is one of the sons of former minister Bhimanna Khandre. He is the third member of the Khandre family to be elected to the Karnataka Legislative Assembly from the district. His brother is Vijaykumar Khandre who also represented the constituency two times. Khandre is the chairman of Shantivardhak Education Society.[3]

Constituency[edit]

He represents the Bhalki constituency.[2][1]

Political Party[edit]

Khandre is a member of the Indian National Congress and (KPCC working President of Karnataka State). In 2008, Khandre defeated BJP candidate Prakash Khandre by a margin of 20,971 votes. In 2004 election, was defeated by the BJP candidate.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Karnataka 2013 Eshwara Khandre (Winner) BHALKI". myneta.info. Retrieved 23 May 2016.
  2. ^ a b "Karnataka 2008 ESHWAR BHEEMANNA KHANDRE (Winner) Bhalki". myneta.info. Retrieved 23 May 2016.
  3. ^ a b "Khandre's win helps Congress regain past glory in Bhalki". thehindu.com. Retrieved 23 May 2016.
  4. ^ "Khandre campaign won Bidar seat". deccanchronicle.com. Retrieved 24 May 2016.