Shivajirao Patil Kavhekar

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Shivajirao Patil Kavhekar
Constituency Latur
Personal details
Born Latur
Citizenship Indian
Nationality Indian
Political party Indian National Congress
Occupation Politician
Religion Hindu

Shivajirao Patil Kavhekar is the former Member of Legislative Assembly from Maharashtra in the Government of Maharashtra during 1995-1999. He recently joined Indian National Congress on October 2, 2009. Prior to joining Congress he Contested Latur seat from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Political career[edit]

Kavhekar, who defeated Vilasrao Deshmukh in the 1995 Assembly polls from Latur.[1] Kavhekar, who as a Janata Dal candidate defeated Vilasrao Deshmukh by over 30,000 votes. Later in 1999 he joined hands with Nationalist Congress Party and tried his hand in the Assembly polls.

Kavhekar quit Nationalist Congress Party and joined BJP six years ago.

On October 2, 2009, he joined Indian National Congress party at Tilak Bhavan in the presence of Manikrao Thackeray and withdrew his nominations from Latur City and Latur Rural Assembly seats.


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