Gajanan Kirtikar

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Gajanan Chandrakant Kirtikar
गजानन चंद्रकांत कीर्तिकर
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Member of Parliament, India
Assumed office
2014
Preceded by Gurudas Kamat
Constituency Mumbai North West
Cabinet Minister for Information, Public Relations and Transport, Maharashtra
In office
1998–1999
Minister of State for Home, Tourism, Maharashtra
In office
1995–1998
Member of Legislative Assembly, Maharashtra State
In office
1990–2009
Personal details
Born (1943-09-03) 3 September 1943 (age 73) Ganesh Chaturthi
Karwar
Political party Shiv Sena
Children Amol Kirtikar (Son)
Residence Goregaon, Mumbai
Religion Hindu
Website gajanankirtikar.com

Gajanan Kirtikar (Marathi: गजानन कीर्तिकर) is Leader and MP of Shiv Sena Party in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.[1] He has served as Member of Legislative Assembly four times in Maharashtra from Malad Constituency.[2] He state minister for home in Shiv Sena-Bharatiya Janata Party Government.[3]

He has been elected to the Parliament of India. In the 2014 General elections (16th Lok Sabha), he defeated Gurudas Kamat, by a margin of approximately 1,83,000 votes, to win from the Mumbai North West constituency in Maharashtra. Gajanan Kirtikar started the Sthaniya Lokadikar Samiti to help local people get jobs.

Positions held[edit]

  • 1990: Elected to Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (1st term) [4]
  • 1995: Re-elected to Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (2nd term)[5]
  • 1995-98 : Minister of State for Home, Tourism, Maharashtra
  • 1998-99 : Cabinet Minister for Information, Public Relations and Transport, Maharashtra State
  • 1999: Re-elected to Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (3rd term) [6]
  • 2004: Re-elected to Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (4th term)
  • 2006: President, Sthaniy Lokadhikar Samiti Mahasangha
  • 2007 Onwards: Leader, Shiv Sena[7]
  • 2010: President, Mumbai Upnagar Kabaddi Association
  • 2014: Elected to 16th Lok Sabha
  • Sep. 2014 onwards : Member of Standing Committee on Railways

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dhawale, Ashok (2000). The Shiv Sena: semi-fascism in action. CPI(M) Publications. p. 11. OCLC 47224284. 
  2. ^ Chowdhry, N. K. (1995). Assembly elections, 1994-95: an analysis and results. Shipra Publications. p. 175. ISBN 978-81-85402-73-4. 
  3. ^ Iyer, Saroj (1999). The struggle to be human: women's human rights. Books for Change. p. 64. ISBN 978-81-87380-33-7. 
  4. ^ "Malad Assembly election 1990". empoweringindia.org. 
  5. ^ "Malad Assembly election 1995". empoweringindia.org. 
  6. ^ "Malad Assembly election 1999". empoweringindia.org. 
  7. ^ http://shivsena.org/m/admin-wing/#toggle-id-1

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