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Shri Sharad Pawar is the founder and National President of the Nationalist Congress Party. Being one of the most influential and effective leaders of India, he has been widely admired and respected in Maharashtra and across the nation. Pawar Saheb has been working incessantly throughout his life to bring the agro-industrial vision of his political mentor, Late
Yashwantrao Chavan Saheb into reality. He is working for the betterment of people to bring positive changes in various fields including political consciousness and administration, Social harmony, Skill Based Industries, Agriculture, Agricultural Research, Food Security, Defense, Cooperative Sector, Women Empowerment, Reservation for the weaker sections, Disaster Management, Universalization of Education for poor and the neglected students etc. With his ideas and foresight, he has made a great contribution to the progress of Maharashtra & India. His life is a beacon that has enlightened the lives of many.

Shri Sharadchandra Govind Pawar
Member of Rajya Sabha
Our President
Shri Sharad Pawar is the founder and National President of the Nationalist Congress Party. Being one of the most influential and effective leaders of India, he has been widely admired and respected in Maharashtra and across the nation. Pawar Saheb has been working incessantly throughout his life to bring the agro-industrial vision of his political mentor, Late
Yashwantrao Chavan Saheb into reality. He is working for the betterment of people to bring positive changes in various fields including political consciousness and administration, Social harmony, Skill Based Industries, Agriculture, Agricultural Research, Food Security, Defense, Cooperative Sector, Women Empowerment, Reservation for the weaker sections, Disaster Management, Universalization of Education for poor and the neglected students etc. With his ideas and foresight, he has made a great contribution to the progress of Maharashtra & India. His life is a beacon that has enlightened the lives of many.

Shri Sharadchandra Govind Pawar
Member of Rajya Sabha
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Year 2000
Sant Gadgebaba Gram Swachchata Abhiyan

Sant Gadgebaba Gram Swachchata Abhiyan is still known as one of the most important decisions taken by the NCP. This campaign changed the face of Rural Maharashtra. A new chapter of village cleanliness was written with it. Many villages were cleared of garbage. This led to improving village cleanliness and health of villagers. Gram Swachchata Abhiyan was the brainchild of then Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra and NCP leader, late Shri R. R. Patil. Gram Swachchata Abhiyan got universal recognition; Shri Patil was honored at UNO after the huge success of this campaign. It was and will be a matter of pride for every member of the Nationalist Congress Party.
Year 2000
Sant Gadgebaba Gram Swachchata Abhiyan

Sant Gadgebaba Gram Swachchata Abhiyan is still known as one of the most important decisions taken by the NCP. This campaign changed the face of Rural Maharashtra. A new chapter of village cleanliness was written with it. Many villages were cleared of garbage. This led to improving village cleanliness and health of villagers. Gram Swachchata Abhiyan was the brainchild of then Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra and NCP leader, late Shri R. R. Patil. Gram Swachchata Abhiyan got universal recognition; Shri Patil was honored at UNO after the huge success of this campaign. It was and will be a matter of pride for every member of the Nationalist Congress Party.
Year 2001
NCP was in the coalition government. Party Ministers took the initiative to fulfill the irrigation backlog in Vidarbha and Marathwada by fully implementing the ordinance issued by the Governor. Vidarbha and Marathwada were provided with all the necessary funds.
Year 2001
NCP was in the coalition government. Party Ministers took the initiative to fulfill the irrigation backlog in Vidarbha and Marathwada by fully implementing the ordinance issued by the Governor. Vidarbha and Marathwada were provided with all the necessary funds.
Year 2002

Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation was established with the objectives of e-learning, e-governance and e-empowerment. In the last 18 years, MKCL has played an important role in increasing computer literacy in the state. The establishment of the Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation was a great help in achieving the vision of Pawar saheb for the establishment of a knowledge-based society.



Maharashtra became the first state in the country to register documents online (e-registration).
In the Registration and Stamp Department, a web-based system namely 'I Sarita' was developed and all the secondary registrar offices in the state were connected to the central server through VPN connectivity. This made it easier to perform technical controls, emergency assistance, updates, and online implementation in real-time. Maharashtra became the first state in the country to formulate a comprehensive e-governance policy. Maharashtra also became the first state in the country to set up an independent hub for the use of cloud computing.
Year 2002

Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation was established with the objectives of e-learning, e-governance and e-empowerment. In the last 18 years, MKCL has played an important role in increasing computer literacy in the state. The establishment of the Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation was a great help in achieving the vision of Pawar saheb for the establishment of a knowledge-based society.



Maharashtra became the first state in the country to register documents online (e-registration).
In the Registration and Stamp Department, a web-based system namely 'I Sarita' was developed and all the secondary registrar offices in the state were connected to the central server through VPN connectivity. This made it easier to perform technical controls, emergency assistance, updates, and online implementation in real-time. Maharashtra became the first state in the country to formulate a comprehensive e-governance policy. Maharashtra also became the first state in the country to set up an independent hub for the use of cloud computing.

Year 2004

During his tenure as the Minister of Civil Aviation, Hon’ble Shri Praful Patel prioritized on building airports in all the important cities of the country. Airports with world-class facilities were built with renovations of old airports. Shri Praful Patel made the common man’s dream of air travel a reality. By making air travel cheaper, he ensured that ordinary people could afford air travel and it would no longer be a luxury for riches. He also encouraged business by setting up new airlines. He brought new ideas and changes to increase the profits and expanding Indian air services worldwide.
Year 2004

During his tenure as the Minister of Civil Aviation, Hon’ble Shri Praful Patel prioritized on building airports in all the important cities of the country. Airports with world-class facilities were built with renovations of old airports. Shri Praful Patel made the common man’s dream of air travel a reality. By making air travel cheaper, he ensured that ordinary people could afford air travel and it would no longer be a luxury for riches. He also encouraged business by setting up new airlines. He brought new ideas and changes to increase the profits and expanding Indian air services worldwide.
Year 2005

Establishment of Water Resources Regulatory Authority for the first time in the country by deciding Maharashtra's water policy.
Maharashtra became the first state in India to set up a State Water Council and independent quasi-judicial authority for water. The central formula of this authority is to prepare an integrated water plan for the integrated regulation of surface water available in the state as well as groundwater and water required for all types of needs. By establishing the concept of 'water rights', it was decided to provide water to more and more areas and for irrigation purposes through water sharing and cubic metering through societies.


Division of Electrical Circuit
When NCP came to power, the state was facing a severe shortage of electricity. Pawar Saheb has always insisted on the self-sufficiency of electricity. The electricity issues were a prime agenda in the 2004 election. Shri Dilip Walse Patil as the Minister of Maharashtra State Electricity Board has brought to fore a vision and taken up the responsibility to give the right direction to the state in the field of energy. He created a roadmap for energy development by splitting the power company into Mahanirmiti, Mahapareshan and Mahavitaran. Major work was done to set up 6000 MW projects and to build electrical infrastructure.

Maharashtra became the first state to give women an equal share in the ancestral wealth

An important and far-reaching amendment to Section 6 of the Hindu Heritage Act was made by the Central Government on September 9, 2005. The amendment was first approved by the Government of Maharashtra on 22nd June 1994 when Hon'ble Pawar saheb was the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. His vision finally became a reality and was recognized nationwide.

Dance Bar Ban

While the society was recovering from the decline of social and moral signals due to the rapid pace of urbanization and industrialization, the expansion of the service sector had pushed up the prices of lands adjacent to cities. It created instant wealth for the poor farming families, but the dance bars threatened to erode that wealth. New questions of morality arose in the neo-urban and adjoining rural areas. To prevent the adverse effects of this social transition, the Mumbai Police Act 1951 was amended by then NCP leader and then Home Minister Late Shri. R. R. Patil. He brought the dance bar ban into reality. This decision saved millions of families. R.R. Patil was seen as a protector of devastated families and culture, and women in Maharashtra began to regard him as a brotherly saviour.
Year 2005

Establishment of Water Resources Regulatory Authority for the first time in the country by deciding Maharashtra's water policy. Maharashtra became the first state in India to set up a State Water Council and independent quasi-judicial authority for water. The central formula of this authority is to prepare an integrated water plan for the integrated regulation of surface water available in the state as well as groundwater and water required for all types of needs. By establishing the concept of 'water rights', it was decided to provide water to more and more areas and for irrigation purposes through water sharing and cubic metering through societies.


Division of Electrical Circuit
When NCP came to power, the state was facing a severe shortage of electricity. Pawar Saheb has always insisted on the self-sufficiency of electricity. The electricity issues were a prime agenda in the 2004 election. Shri Dilip Walse Patil as the Minister of Maharashtra State Electricity Board has brought to fore a vision and taken up the responsibility to give the right direction to the state in the field of energy. He created a roadmap for energy development by splitting the power company into Mahanirmiti, Mahapareshan and Mahavitaran. Major work was done to set up 6000 MW projects and to build electrical infrastructure.

Maharashtra became the first state to give women an equal share in the ancestral wealth

An important and far-reaching amendment to Section 6 of the Hindu Heritage Act was made by the Central Government on September 9, 2005. The amendment was first approved by the Government of Maharashtra on 22nd June 1994 when Hon'ble Pawar saheb was the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. His vision finally became a reality and was recognized nationwide.

Dance Bar Ban

While the society was recovering from the decline of social and moral signals due to the rapid pace of urbanization and industrialization, the expansion of the service sector had pushed up the prices of lands adjacent to cities. It created instant wealth for the poor farming families, but the dance bars threatened to erode that wealth. New questions of morality arose in the neo-urban and adjoining rural areas. To prevent the adverse effects of this social transition, the Mumbai Police Act 1951 was amended by then NCP leader and then Home Minister Late Shri. R. R. Patil. He brought the dance bar ban into reality. This decision saved millions of families. R.R. Patil was seen as a protector of devastated families and culture, and women in Maharashtra began to regard him as a brotherly saviour.

Year 2006

An important decision was taken on 22nd June 2006 to reimburse 75% to 93% of the amount from the water bill to financially empower the organisations using water. Maharashtra became the first state in the country to reimburse such a large amount on the water bill collected by water users.




As per the guidelines of the Central Planning Commission, NCP made provision in the budget for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes as well as Tribal Development in proportion to their population. Maharashtra became the first state in the country to do so.
Year 2006

An important decision was taken on 22nd June 2006 to reimburse 75% to 93% of the amount from the water bill to financially empower the organisations using water. Maharashtra became the first state in the country to reimburse such a large amount on the water bill collected by water users.




As per the guidelines of the Central Planning Commission, NCP made provision in the budget for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes as well as Tribal Development in proportion to their population. Maharashtra became the first state in the country to do so.

Year 2007
Mahatma Gandhi Dispute Free Village Campaign

The Tantamukta Gaon Abhiyan based on Mahatma Gandhi's concept of Gram Swarajya was widely welcomed in rural areas. Social as well as family tensions were on the rise in rural areas due to the rapid pace of urbanization, disintegration of the society and fluctuating economy. This was eroding the framework of the original village carts. The Tantamukta Gaon Abhiyan turned out to be a great help in stabilizing rural life.
Year 2007
Mahatma Gandhi Dispute Free Village Campaign

The Tantamukta Gaon Abhiyan based on Mahatma Gandhi's concept of Gram Swarajya was widely welcomed in rural areas. Social as well as family tensions were on the rise in rural areas due to the rapid pace of urbanization, disintegration of the society and fluctuating economy. This was eroding the framework of the original village carts. The Tantamukta Gaon Abhiyan turned out to be a great help in stabilizing rural life.
Year 2010

Eco Village concept for environmental protection and growth

On the occasion of the golden jubilee year of the formation of the state of Maharashtra, a village upliftment campaign was launched to bring about sustainable village development in the state. An important principle in the concept of sustainable rural development was to use natural resources in a balanced manner while creating high-quality facilities in the village. The need of the hour was to create a prosperous village by conserving, preserving and protecting the environment. Eco Village concept helped in achieving this purpose largely.



Samadhi of Sant Gajanan Maharaj at Shegaon

On the occasion of the centenary of the Saint Gajanan Maharaj's Samadhi, a plan of Rs. 250 crores were sanctioned for the development of Shegaon and funds were also allotted for the development of the Gajanan Maharaj temple.
Year 2010

Eco Village concept for environmental protection and growth

On the occasion of the golden jubilee year of the formation of the state of Maharashtra, a village upliftment campaign was launched to bring about sustainable village development in the state. An important principle in the concept of sustainable rural development was to use natural resources in a balanced manner while creating high-quality facilities in the village. The need of the hour was to create a prosperous village by conserving, preserving and protecting the environment. Eco Village concept helped in achieving this purpose largely.



Samadhi of Sant Gajanan Maharaj at Shegaon

On the occasion of the centenary of the Saint Gajanan Maharaj's Samadhi, a plan of Rs. 250 crores were sanctioned for the development of Shegaon and funds were also allotted for the development of the Gajanan Maharaj temple.

Year 2011
Radical and positive decisions for women empowerment

With the guidelines of Pawar Saheb, the party initiated an innovative decision in Maharashtra. State government increased reservation for women in local bodies from 33 per cent to 50 per cent.
Maharashtra was also the first state in the country to successfully convict the culprits under the Pregnancy and Prenatal Diagnosis Act.
Maharashtra also has the highest number of women police in the country and became the first state to recruit 2500 girls as line women in MSEDCL.
During NCP's tenure, Maharashtra became known as a far-sighted state for women empowerment.




Appropriate efforts were made to solve the water problem of Marathwada by constructing 11 barrages on Godavari river and its tributaries to use the water under the Jayakwadi dam and to stop the flow of water. Besides, two more barrages were added at Balegaon and Parbhani Tarugavan in Nanded.
Year 2011
Radical and positive decisions for women empowerment

With the guidelines of Pawar Saheb, the party initiated an innovative decision in Maharashtra. State government increased reservation for women in local bodies from 33 per cent to 50 per cent.
Maharashtra was also the first state in the country to successfully convict the culprits under the Pregnancy and Prenatal Diagnosis Act.
Maharashtra also has the highest number of women police in the country and became the first state to recruit 2500 girls as line women in MSEDCL.
During NCP's tenure, Maharashtra became known as a far-sighted state for women empowerment.




Appropriate efforts were made to solve the water problem of Marathwada by constructing 11 barrages on Godavari river and its tributaries to use the water under the Jayakwadi dam and to stop the flow of water. Besides, two more barrages were added at Balegaon and Parbhani Tarugavan in Nanded.

Year 2012
Ban on Gutkha

The young generation in Maharashtra was addicted to Gutkha, Pan masala and similar substances. This addictiveness had created serious health issues among the younger generation. Hence, the decision to ban gutkha is state was strongly implemented by the NCP.
Year 2012
Ban on Gutkha

The young generation in Maharashtra was addicted to Gutkha, Pan masala and similar substances. This addictiveness had created serious health issues among the younger generation. Hence, the decision to ban gutkha is state was strongly implemented by the NCP.
Year 2014
Reservation of Maratha and Muslim communities

The NCP and its allies decided to give 16 per cent reservation in education and jobs to the Maratha community (educationally, socially backward class) and 5 per cent to the Muslim community (Maharashtra State Backward Class-A) and issued its ordinance on 24 July 2014.
Year 2014
Reservation of Maratha and Muslim communities

The NCP and its allies decided to give 16 per cent reservation in education and jobs to the Maratha community (educationally, socially backward class) and 5 per cent to the Muslim community (Maharashtra State Backward Class-A) and issued its ordinance on 24 July 2014.
Year 2017
The Loan Waiver movement

After a severe drought in Marathwada and Vidarbha, the NCP staged a prison-wide agitation at the taluka and district level for the agricultural loan waiver. The demand was to forego the entire farm debt and allow farmers to get new loans. Pawar Saheb led the grand farmers' march for loan waiver in Osmanabad.


During the Legislative Assembly Session, the MLAs of the party continuously raised this issue and closed the proceedings for a few days. There was a lot of debate in the House over this question. The membership of 19 MLAs of the Opposition was suspended. Therefore, the MLAs of all the Opposition parties stopped going to the House and a Protest March was held by the party all over Maharashtra from Chanda to Banda. However, the BJP coalition government did not grant full loan waiver to the farmers.


Compensation in case of cotton bollworm

In 2016-17, BT cotton growers suffered huge losses due to cotton bollworm. The Nationalist Congress Party had been agitating for their compensation. During this period, The Nationalist Congress Party staged agitations to get compensation for cotton growers. The issue was also raised in the assembly sessions. But the government did not show any mercy, the farmers were not compensated a single penny by the Fadanvis government.



Movement for the milk price hike

For several days, milk-producing farmers were demanding a hike in milk prices. But the government was not responding to their demand. The agitation of the farmers simmered and as a result, they poured milk on the streets. NCP came forward in support of the milk producers and joined the agitation. This agitation was fruitful and the government has now increased the price of cow's milk by Rs 5 per litre. According to farmers, assuming a production cost plus 50 per cent profit, milk should fetch Rs. 35 per litre. Because the production cost of milk was Rs. 23 per litre. Hence the milk business had become unaffordable for the farmers. Therefore, to increase milk prices, NCP started an agitation in various places.


Farmers strike

The farmers went on strike twice in the year 2017. Their prime demands were fair prices for their goods, implementation of the Swaminathan Committee's recommendations, increase in milk prices etc. For the first time in the history of country and Maharashtra, the farmers had gone on strike. Farmers stopped the production and refused to sell their products in the market. Many farmers threw their goods on-road or they distributed it free to the poor. NCP justified demands of farmers' and openly supported their strike. Pawar saheb held a press conference and made it clear that NCP was on farmer's side. Party also participated in the farmers' strike. So, the government had no choice but to negotiate with the communicators and agree to some of the demands.




The party stood behind the co-operative banks

Most of the farmers keep their money in the co-operative banks. After the cancellation of 500 and 1000 Rs currency notes, the government refused to accept money from various district co-operative banks. As a result, these banks and farmers were in trouble. Pawar Saheb consistently raised his voice against this issue in the Centre. He had frequent meetings with the Hon'ble Prime Minister, Finance Minister and the Governor of the Reserve Bank. On the occasions, He appealed to the court in consultation with some good lawyers. Due to Pawar Saheb's persistence in raising this issue, the government finally accepted huge sums of money. So, a lot of money was accepted. Co-operative banks were greatly relieved. NCP also demanded compensation for the banks and farmers.
Year 2017
The Loan Waiver movement

After a severe drought in Marathwada and Vidarbha, the NCP staged a prison-wide agitation at the taluka and district level for the agricultural loan waiver. The demand was to forego the entire farm debt and allow farmers to get new loans. Pawar Saheb led the grand farmers' march for loan waiver in Osmanabad.


During the Legislative Assembly Session, the MLAs of the party continuously raised this issue and closed the proceedings for a few days. There was a lot of debate in the House over this question. The membership of 19 MLAs of the Opposition was suspended. Therefore, the MLAs of all the Opposition parties stopped going to the House and a Protest March was held by the party all over Maharashtra from Chanda to Banda. However, the BJP coalition government did not grant full loan waiver to the farmers.


Compensation in case of cotton bollworm

In 2016-17, BT cotton growers suffered huge losses due to cotton bollworm. The Nationalist Congress Party had been agitating for their compensation. During this period, The Nationalist Congress Party staged agitations to get compensation for cotton growers. The issue was also raised in the assembly sessions. But the government did not show any mercy, the farmers were not compensated a single penny by the Fadanvis government.



Movement for the milk price hike

For several days, milk-producing farmers were demanding a hike in milk prices. But the government was not responding to their demand. The agitation of the farmers simmered and as a result, they poured milk on the streets. NCP came forward in support of the milk producers and joined the agitation. This agitation was fruitful and the government has now increased the price of cow's milk by Rs 5 per litre. According to farmers, assuming a production cost plus 50 per cent profit, milk should fetch Rs. 35 per litre. Because the production cost of milk was Rs. 23 per litre. Hence the milk business had become unaffordable for the farmers. Therefore, to increase milk prices, NCP started an agitation in various places.


Farmers strike

The farmers went on strike twice in the year 2017. Their prime demands were fair prices for their goods, implementation of the Swaminathan Committee's recommendations, increase in milk prices etc. For the first time in the history of country and Maharashtra, the farmers had gone on strike. Farmers stopped the production and refused to sell their products in the market. Many farmers threw their goods on-road or they distributed it free to the poor. NCP justified demands of farmers' and openly supported their strike. Pawar saheb held a press conference and made it clear that NCP was on farmer's side. Party also participated in the farmers' strike. So, the government had no choice but to negotiate with the communicators and agree to some of the demands.




The party stood behind the co-operative banks

Most of the farmers keep their money in the co-operative banks. After the cancellation of 500 and 1000 Rs currency notes, the government refused to accept money from various district co-operative banks. As a result, these banks and farmers were in trouble. Pawar Saheb consistently raised his voice against this issue in the Centre. He had frequent meetings with the Hon'ble Prime Minister, Finance Minister and the Governor of the Reserve Bank. On the occasions, He appealed to the court in consultation with some good lawyers. Due to Pawar Saheb's persistence in raising this issue, the government finally accepted huge sums of money. So, a lot of money was accepted. Co-operative banks were greatly relieved. NCP also demanded compensation for the banks and farmers.

Year 2018
Halla Bol movement

NCP Started the Halla Bol movement from Vidarbha in December 2018. This agitation received a huge response from the farmers and especially the youth. An anti-government atmosphere was created across the state. Farmers, Labourers, traders, students from all walks of life began to surround the government with problems in the state. People started asking questions to then Chief Minister Shri Devendra Fadanvis. The government had to bow to public pressure and a loan waiver of up to Rs 1.5 lakh was announced. But Shri Fadanvis and his government imposed many oppressive conditions and rules so that no one could get it. Loan waiver applications were asked to be filled online. Farmers from rural areas found these regulations extremely difficult and unjust. So, NCP had continued its struggle against this. NCP took a stand that it will not rest until it gets a complete debt waiver for farmers and 7/12 extract becomes empty.



Save the Constitution Movement

The BJP government devised a cunning ploy to throw away the secular and democratic values and trample on the constitution drafted by honourable Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar. BJP government deliberately started taking steps in that direction. To defend the Constitution ad constitutional values, Pawar Saheb took the initiative to hold all-party protests and rallies near the Gateway of India in Mumbai.



The National President of the Nationalist Women's Congress, Smt. Fauzia Khan took the initiative to hold the Women's Constitution Defence Councils in New Delhi and Mumbai. Honourable Pawar Saheb attended both these conferences and exposed the misdeeds of the government.


Anti-inflation front

Prices of all essential commodities skyrocketed during the tenure of BJP-Sena coalition government. Petrol-diesel prices had reached a record high. Maharashtra had the highest rates compared to other states in the country. The state government imposed 45% excise duty, Therefore, petrol, which was supposed to be available at Rs 40 per litre and diesel at Rs 30 per litter, went beyond Rs 70 and Rs 80 per litre, respectively. As a result, the prices of all commodities went up. During the festive season and Diwali, the price of pulses went up to Rs 150-250. A gas cylinder's price went up from Rs 450 to Rs 850. The BJP had promised to curb inflation before coming to power. Bur central government completely failed to fulfil this promise. The lives of common people were affected drastically by the government's failure to curb inflation. Hence, NCP and especially the women's wing of the party staged continuous anti-government agitations all over the state. They attacked the government through rallies and statements.



Issues of sugar factories
The co-operative and private sugar factories have produced a large quantity of sugar and the big question before them was how to sell this sugar. Pawar Saheb had a meeting with the Honorable Prime Minister to cater to this issue. He resolved this problem by asking the Central Government to provide subsidy for the export of sugar. He also asked the government to increase the buffer stock of sugar and increase the base price of sugarcane. He also forced the government to provide a package of Rs 5,000 crore for sugar factories.
Year 2018
Halla Bol movement

NCP Started the Halla Bol movement from Vidarbha in December 2018. This agitation received a huge response from the farmers and especially the youth. An anti-government atmosphere was created across the state. Farmers, Labourers, traders, students from all walks of life began to surround the government with problems in the state. People started asking questions to then Chief Minister Shri Devendra Fadanvis. The government had to bow to public pressure and a loan waiver of up to Rs 1.5 lakh was announced. But Shri Fadanvis and his government imposed many oppressive conditions and rules so that no one could get it. Loan waiver applications were asked to be filled online. Farmers from rural areas found these regulations extremely difficult and unjust. So, NCP had continued its struggle against this. NCP took a stand that it will not rest until it gets a complete debt waiver for farmers and 7/12 extract becomes empty.



Save the Constitution Movement

The BJP government devised a cunning ploy to throw away the secular and democratic values and trample on the constitution drafted by honourable Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar. BJP government deliberately started taking steps in that direction. To defend the Constitution ad constitutional values, Pawar Saheb took the initiative to hold all-party protests and rallies near the Gateway of India in Mumbai.



The National President of the Nationalist Women's Congress, Smt. Fauzia Khan took the initiative to hold the Women's Constitution Defence Councils in New Delhi and Mumbai. Honourable Pawar Saheb attended both these conferences and exposed the misdeeds of the government.


Anti-inflation front

Prices of all essential commodities skyrocketed during the tenure of BJP-Sena coalition government. Petrol-diesel prices had reached a record high. Maharashtra had the highest rates compared to other states in the country. The state government imposed 45% excise duty, Therefore, petrol, which was supposed to be available at Rs 40 per litre and diesel at Rs 30 per litter, went beyond Rs 70 and Rs 80 per litre, respectively. As a result, the prices of all commodities went up. During the festive season and Diwali, the price of pulses went up to Rs 150-250. A gas cylinder's price went up from Rs 450 to Rs 850. The BJP had promised to curb inflation before coming to power. Bur central government completely failed to fulfil this promise. The lives of common people were affected drastically by the government's failure to curb inflation. Hence, NCP and especially the women's wing of the party staged continuous anti-government agitations all over the state. They attacked the government through rallies and statements.



Issues of sugar factories
The co-operative and private sugar factories have produced a large quantity of sugar and the big question before them was how to sell this sugar. Pawar Saheb had a meeting with the Honorable Prime Minister to cater to this issue. He resolved this problem by asking the Central Government to provide subsidy for the export of sugar. He also asked the government to increase the buffer stock of sugar and increase the base price of sugarcane. He also forced the government to provide a package of Rs 5,000 crore for sugar factories.

Year 2019
Shivswarajya Yatra

Shivaji Maharaj, the deity of Maharashtra created a Kingdom of ryots. NCP started Shivswarajya Yatra to establish Surajya of the people as intended by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. NCP created the charter of this new Shivswarajya and made it an effective tool to spread awareness. Shivswarajya Yatra garnered a huge response from all over Maharashtra.
Year 2019
Shivswarajya Yatra

Shivaji Maharaj, the deity of Maharashtra created a Kingdom of ryots. NCP started Shivswarajya Yatra to establish Surajya of the people as intended by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. NCP created the charter of this new Shivswarajya and made it an effective tool to spread awareness. Shivswarajya Yatra garnered a huge response from all over Maharashtra.

Chhagan Bhujbal Senior Leader and the first Maharashtra state President of the Nationalist Congress Party Cabinet Minister, Food and Civil Supply, Government of Maharashtra,
Senior Leader and the first Maharashtra state President of the Nationalist Congress Party Cabinet Minister, Food and Civil Supply, Government of Maharashtra. Shri Chhagan Bhujbal is a Leader who dominates the legislature with his infallible, studious and stylish oratory skills. Chhagan Bhujbal became the first Maharashtra State President of NCP after its establishment in 1999. He has served as the Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra in the alliance government. He also worked successfully on many levels such as Public Works Department, Tourism Development etc. He contributed enormously to the field of education and social change by establishing the Mumbai Education Trust and the Akhil Bharatiya Samata Parishad. A MLA from Yeola constituency, Shri Chhagan Bhujbal is currently the Minister of Food and Supplies in the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi Government.
Shri. Chhagan Bhujbal Our leaders
Our leaders Senior Leader and the first Maharashtra state President of the Nationalist Congress Party Cabinet Minister, Food and Civil Supply, Government of Maharashtra,
Senior Leader and the first Maharashtra state President of the Nationalist Congress Party Cabinet Minister, Food and Civil Supply, Government of Maharashtra. Shri Chhagan Bhujbal is a Leader who dominates the legislature with his infallible, studious and stylish oratory skills. Chhagan Bhujbal became the first Maharashtra State President of NCP after its establishment in 1999. He has served as the Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra in the alliance government. He also worked successfully on many levels such as Public Works Department, Tourism Development etc. He contributed enormously to the field of education and social change by establishing the Mumbai Education Trust and the Akhil Bharatiya Samata Parishad. A MLA from Yeola constituency, Shri Chhagan Bhujbal is currently the Minister of Food and Supplies in the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi Government.
Shri. Chhagan Bhujbal
Shri. Praful Patel Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha Former Minister of Civil Aviation and Heavy Industries, Government of India
Shri Praful Patel, a Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) was born on the 17th of February, 1957 in Kolkata. At the youthful age of 33 years, Praful Patel was elected thrice consecutively to the Lok Sabha i.e. the 10th, 11th and 12th Lok Sabha. Again in 2009 he was elected to the 15th Lok Sabha for the fourth time. In between, Praful Patel was elected twice to the Rajya Sabha in 2000 and 2006. In his long Parliamentary career, he has been a member of several Parliamentary Committees, notably Finance, Civil aviation, Environment and Forests, Foreign Affairs to name a few. He was the Chairman of the Indo-UK Parliamentary Forum and Founder Member of the Indo-US Parliamentary Forum. In the UPA Government, Shri. Patel served as the Minister of Civil Aviation and Heavy Industries. He launched a project to build the world's largest solar power plant near Sambhar Lake in Rajasthan. The project will generate roughly 4000 MW of power which will almost quadruple India's solar power capacity. To bring about a positive change with hard work and determination, Patel shook the entire aviation set up of the country from its slumber and brought about a ‘never seen before’ transformation in the Indian Civil Aviation sector.
Praful Patel was awarded the CAPA (Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation) Aviation Minister of the year 2005. This award honours the National Minister in the Asia Pacific Region who has contributed the most to the progress of aviation in the region. The leading news magazine India Today, ranked Praful Patel as No.1 Minister in 2006. He was awarded the Economic Times Reformer of the year Award in 2007. Other than Politics and Business, Praful Patel is an ardent sportsman. He is the President of All India Football Federation and FIFA Council member. He is also an active member of Young Presidents Organisation (YPO) and various other social organisations.
Shri. Praful Patel Our leaders
Our leaders Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha Former Minister of Civil Aviation and Heavy Industries, Government of India
Shri Praful Patel, a Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) was born on the 17th of February, 1957 in Kolkata. At the youthful age of 33 years, Praful Patel was elected thrice consecutively to the Lok Sabha i.e. the 10th, 11th and 12th Lok Sabha. Again in 2009 he was elected to the 15th Lok Sabha for the fourth time. In between, Praful Patel was elected twice to the Rajya Sabha in 2000 and 2006. In his long Parliamentary career, he has been a member of several Parliamentary Committees, notably Finance, Civil aviation, Environment and Forests, Foreign Affairs to name a few. He was the Chairman of the Indo-UK Parliamentary Forum and Founder Member of the Indo-US Parliamentary Forum. In the UPA Government, Shri. Patel served as the Minister of Civil Aviation and Heavy Industries. He launched a project to build the world's largest solar power plant near Sambhar Lake in Rajasthan. The project will generate roughly 4000 MW of power which will almost quadruple India's solar power capacity. To bring about a positive change with hard work and determination, Patel shook the entire aviation set up of the country from its slumber and brought about a ‘never seen before’ transformation in the Indian Civil Aviation sector.
Praful Patel was awarded the CAPA (Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation) Aviation Minister of the year 2005. This award honours the National Minister in the Asia Pacific Region who has contributed the most to the progress of aviation in the region. The leading news magazine India Today, ranked Praful Patel as No.1 Minister in 2006. He was awarded the Economic Times Reformer of the year Award in 2007. Other than Politics and Business, Praful Patel is an ardent sportsman. He is the President of All India Football Federation and FIFA Council member. He is also an active member of Young Presidents Organisation (YPO) and various other social organisations.
Shri. Praful Patel
Shri Ajit Pawar Leader of Nationalist Congress Party in Maharashtra Legislative Assembly Deputy Chief Minister, Government of Maharashtra, Finance Minister, Government of Maharashtra
Shri. Ajit Pawar was elected from the Baramati constituency with a record majority of votes in 2019 Assembly elections of Maharashtra. He is known as the most popular leader in rural and semi-urban areas of Maharashtra. Ajit Pawar has been elected to the Baramati constituency six times in a row. He has also won the Baramati Lok Sabha elections in 1991. He Served as the Minister of Finance and Planning, Water Resources, Rural Development etc. In 2010, he became the Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra and carried out vast responsibilities. Shri Ajit Pawar is known for his extraordinary administrative skills. He knows the agricultural problems of Maharashtra very well. During his tenure as Finance Minister, he arranged for subsidized loans to farmers and made fund provisions for additional stocks of fertilizers. He directed the state resources for major agricultural development initiatives related to water sector improvement, sustainable irrigation, and fodder sector development. Baramati Hi-Tech Textile Park Limited (BHTPL) is a great example of how regional prosperity can also vastly help in realising the goals of women empowerment. Shri Ajit Pawar's important contributions are, energy subsidy for power generation in the textile sector, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, expansion of 'Employment Guarantee Scheme' in 'C' category Municipal Councils etc.
Emphasis has been laid on the promotion and marketing of fishing in the fisheries sector for port development, fishing boat system and boosting the marine economy of Maharashtra. Shri Ajit Pawar is a staunch supporter of public health. He called for a ban on gutkha, paan masala and other tobacco-related products in Maharashtra in 2012. During his tenure as Finance Minister, important decisions were taken, like special provision for heart transplants, low interest rate Braille watches for the disabled as well as abolition of VAT on vehicles, Tax exemption for rice bran, hand pump and water meter etc. He introduced tax relief on essential commodities, dried fruits and tea. He has always made special efforts to support the lower socio-economic class of the Society.
Shri. Ajit Pawar Our leaders
Our leaders Leader of Nationalist Congress Party in Maharashtra Legislative Assembly Deputy Chief Minister, Government of Maharashtra, Finance Minister, Government of Maharashtra
Shri. Ajit Pawar was elected from the Baramati constituency with a record majority of votes in 2019 Assembly elections of Maharashtra. He is known as the most popular leader in rural and semi-urban areas of Maharashtra. Ajit Pawar has been elected to the Baramati constituency six times in a row. He has also won the Baramati Lok Sabha elections in 1991. He Served as the Minister of Finance and Planning, Water Resources, Rural Development etc. In 2010, he became the Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra and carried out vast responsibilities. Shri Ajit Pawar is known for his extraordinary administrative skills. He knows the agricultural problems of Maharashtra very well. During his tenure as Finance Minister, he arranged for subsidized loans to farmers and made fund provisions for additional stocks of fertilizers. He directed the state resources for major agricultural development initiatives related to water sector improvement, sustainable irrigation, and fodder sector development. Baramati Hi-Tech Textile Park Limited (BHTPL) is a great example of how regional prosperity can also vastly help in realising the goals of women empowerment. Shri Ajit Pawar's important contributions are, energy subsidy for power generation in the textile sector, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, expansion of 'Employment Guarantee Scheme' in 'C' category Municipal Councils etc.
Emphasis has been laid on the promotion and marketing of fishing in the fisheries sector for port development, fishing boat system and boosting the marine economy of Maharashtra. Shri Ajit Pawar is a staunch supporter of public health. He called for a ban on gutkha, paan masala and other tobacco-related products in Maharashtra in 2012. During his tenure as Finance Minister, important decisions were taken, like special provision for heart transplants, low interest rate Braille watches for the disabled as well as abolition of VAT on vehicles, Tax exemption for rice bran, hand pump and water meter etc. He introduced tax relief on essential commodities, dried fruits and tea. He has always made special efforts to support the lower socio-economic class of the Society.
Shri. Ajit Pawar
Shri. Jayant Patil State President of Nationalist Congress Party, Maharashtra Cabinet Minister, Department of Water Resources, Government of Maharashtra
Shri. Jayant Patil is a noble and studious personality. He has a reputation as a leader who works tirelessly at the grassroots level. He is known as a scholarly leader who knows the economic and social sciences of Maharashtra in detail. Continuing the legacy of his father Sahakar Maharshi Rajarambapu Patil's sociology and politics, he successfully set up a co-operative sugar factory, a milk federation, an educational institute and a textile park. He won 2019 assembly elections from Valava constituency for the sixth time in a row. He successfully fulfilled the responsibility as the Finance Minister of Maharashtra in the DF alliance government. During his tenure, he presented the state budget nine times in a row. In 2008, he served the state as Home Minister. He has also served as the Rural Development Minister of the state. Currently, he is the Water Resources Minister in the Mahavikas Aghadi government.
Shri. Jayant Patil Our leaders
Our leaders State President of Nationalist Congress Party, Maharashtra Cabinet Minister, Department of Water Resources, Government of Maharashtra
Shri. Jayant Patil is a noble and studious personality. He has a reputation as a leader who works tirelessly at the grassroots level. He is known as a scholarly leader who knows the economic and social sciences of Maharashtra in detail. Continuing the legacy of his father Sahakar Maharshi Rajarambapu Patil's sociology and politics, he successfully set up a co-operative sugar factory, a milk federation, an educational institute and a textile park. He won 2019 assembly elections from Valava constituency for the sixth time in a row. He successfully fulfilled the responsibility as the Finance Minister of Maharashtra in the DF alliance government. During his tenure, he presented the state budget nine times in a row. In 2008, he served the state as Home Minister. He has also served as the Rural Development Minister of the state. Currently, he is the Water Resources Minister in the Mahavikas Aghadi government.
Shri. Jayant Patil
Shri Dilip Walse Patil Cabinet Minister, Excise and Labour Department
Government of Maharashtra Nationalist Congress Party
Senior Leader and the first Maharashtra state President of the Nationalist Congress Party Cabinet Minister, Food and Civil Supply, Government of Maharashtra. Shri Chhagan Bhujbal is a Leader who dominates the legislature with his infallible, studious and stylish oratory skills. Chhagan Bhujbal became the first Maharashtra State President of NCP after its establishment in 1999. He has served as the Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra in the alliance government. He also worked successfully on many levels such as Public Works Department, Tourism Development etc. He contributed enormously to the field of education and social change by establishing the Mumbai Education Trust and the Akhil Bharatiya Samata Parishad. A MLA from Yeola constituency, Shri Chhagan Bhujbal is currently the Minister of Food and Supplies in the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi Government.
Shri. Dilip Walse Patil Our leaders
Our leaders Cabinet Minister, Excise and Labour Department
Government of Maharashtra Nationalist Congress Party
Shri Dilip Walse Patil is the Senior leader of NCP from Ambegaon constituency, and a six-time MLA. Patil is one of the most loyal colleagues of Hon'ble Pawar Saheb. He is known for his good temperamental skills and well-groomed personality. Shri Patil is a Leader with extraordinary dexterity of administrative work. He had a notable and successful tenure as a former Assembly Speaker. He made significant contributions to the coalition government as the Minister of Higher Education and Minister of Energy. During his tenure, Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Ltd. was established. Maharashtra's computer literacy got a new dimension with it. He also split the Maharashtra Electricity Board and set up four different companies and a new chapter was written in Maharashtra from power generation to power distribution.
Shri Dilip Walse Patil is currently in charge of the excise and labour department in MVA government.
Shri. Dilip Walse Patil
Shri Anil Deshmukh Cabinet Minister, Home Department, Government of Maharashtra, Nationalist Congress Party
Shri Anil Deshmukh has been elected five times from Katol Assembly constituency, Nagpur. He was the Chairman of Narkhed Panchayat Samiti since 1992 and was the President of Zilla Parishad for three years. From the formation of the NCP, he has served as a Minister and minister of state of various departments including food and civil supplies, public works, sports and youth affairs, information and public relations etc. He is currently holding charge of the Home Ministry in the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi Government.
Shri. Anil Deshmukh Our leaders
Our leaders Cabinet Minister, Home Department, Government of Maharashtra ,
Nationalist Congress Party
Shri Anil Deshmukh has been elected five times from Katol Assembly constituency, Nagpur. He was the Chairman of Narkhed Panchayat Samiti since 1992 and was the President of Zilla Parishad for three years. From the formation of the NCP, he has served as a Minister and minister of state of various departments including food and civil supplies, public works, sports and youth affairs, information and public relations etc. He is currently holding charge of the Home Ministry in the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi Government.
Shri. Anil Deshmukh
Shri Rajesh Tope Cabinet Minister of Public Health, Government of Maharashtra, Nationalist Congress Party
Shri Rajesh Tope, is the MLA of Ghansawangi constituency in Jalna district and a former MP. He is the son of Socialist leader Ankushrao Tope and is following his legacy with utmost sincerity. He has won elections five times in a row since 1999. His leadership is appreciated in NCP and he is known as a humble and patient personality. He has excelled in various departments, Be it General Administration, Energy, Higher Education to Public Health. During Covid-19, His efforts and sincerity was widely appreciated by all. He worked with transparency, honesty and dedication to fight with the Pandemic.
Shri. Rajesh Tope Our leaders
Our leaders Cabinet Minister of Public Health, Government of Maharashtra,
Nationalist Congress Party
Shri Rajesh Tope, is the MLA of Ghansawangi constituency in Jalna district and a former MP. He is the son of Socialist leader Ankushrao Tope and is following his legacy with utmost sincerity. He has won elections five times in a row since 1999. His leadership is appreciated in NCP and he is known as a humble and patient personality. He has excelled in various departments, Be it General Administration, Energy, Higher Education to Public Health. During Covid-19, His efforts and sincerity was widely appreciated by all. He worked with transparency, honesty and dedication to fight with the Pandemic.
Shri. Rajesh Tope
Smt Supriya Sule Member of Lok Sabha, Nationalist Congress Party, Nationalist Congress Party
Smt Supriya Sule is one of the Most popular MP's of Lok Sabha. She is the best performer in Lok Sabha for consecutive years and has won the title of Sansad Ratna MP due to her consistent attendance in house, participation in various discussions, questions presented, private bills presented on the table etc. She is well versed with the issues of people from her constituency as well as Maharashtra. She is also known for quick decision making and her leadership skills that demonstrate people-oriented results using managerial influence over administrative delays. She inherited the socially oriented politics from her father, Honorable Pawar Saheb. She has been working in the social and political field for more than a decade and a half now. She became MP in Rajya Sabha in 2006 and after that, she has been elected from Baramati constituency three times in a row. As the group leader of the Nationalist Congress Party in Parliament, she has assumed various responsibilities. She has played a crucial role in formation of various party cells and is credited to unite young women and to create awareness on social issues in them. She is very active in the social sphere too and is successfully fulfilling the responsibilities of Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan and Pawar Public Charitable Trust. She has been honored with the Sansad Ratna Award six times in a row and is the winner of Fame India's Nari Shakti Best Parliamentarian Award, Devi Award and Bharat Asmita Award.
Smt. Supriya Sule Our leaders
Our leaders Member of Lok Sabha, Nationalist Congress Party
Nationalist Congress Party
Smt Supriya Sule is one of the Most popular MP's of Lok Sabha. She is the best performer in Lok Sabha for consecutive years and has won the title of Sansad Ratna MP due to her consistent attendance in house, participation in various discussions, questions presented, private bills presented on the table etc. She is well versed with the issues of people from her constituency as well as Maharashtra. She is also known for quick decision making and her leadership skills that demonstrate people-oriented results using managerial influence over administrative delays. She inherited the socially oriented politics from her father, Honorable Pawar Saheb. She has been working in the social and political field for more than a decade and a half now. She became MP in Rajya Sabha in 2006 and after that, she has been elected from Baramati constituency three times in a row. As the group leader of the Nationalist Congress Party in Parliament, she has assumed various responsibilities. She has played a crucial role in formation of various party cells and is credited to unite young women and to create awareness on social issues in them. She is very active in the social sphere too and is successfully fulfilling the responsibilities of Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan and Pawar Public Charitable Trust. She has been honored with the Sansad Ratna Award six times in a row and is the winner of Fame India's Nari Shakti Best Parliamentarian Award, Devi Award and Bharat Asmita Award.
Smt. Supriya Sule
Shri Hasan Mushrif Minister of Rural Development, State of Maharashtra, Nationalist Congress Party
Shri Hasan Mushrif started his political career in 1997. He has been elected as an MLA from Kagal constituency five times in a row. During the span of 15 years in Coalition government, he held 16 ministerial posts along with the water resources department. He is currently serving as the Rural Development Minister in the Maha Vikas Aghadi government.
Shri. Hasan Mushrif Our leaders
Our leaders Senior Leader and the first Maharashtra state President of the Nationalist Congress Party Cabinet Minister, Food and Civil Supply, Government of Maharashtra
Shri Hasan Mushrif started his political career in 1997. He has been elected as an MLA from Kagal constituency five times in a row. During the span of 15 years in Coalition government, he held 16 ministerial posts along with the water resources department. He is currently serving as the Rural Development Minister in the Maha Vikas Aghadi government.
Shri. Hasan Mushrif
Shri Dhananjay Munde Minister of Social Justice, Government of Maharashtra
Nationalist Congress Party
Shri Dhananjay Munde began his political career in 1995. He joined the Nationalist Congress Party in 2013. Formerly he worked as the Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council of Maharashtra. His tenure as LOP is hailed as one of the best LOP is Maharashtra Legislative Council. He caught the then incumbent government on its edge by raising many issues in the Upper House. He is also known for his fiery speeches and his connect with masses. In 2019
Assembly elections, he was elected from Parli constituency, defeating his cousin Pankaja Munde. He has been given the charge of the Social Justice and special assistance
department in the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi Government.
Shri. Dhananjay Munde Our leaders
Our leaders Minister of Social Justice, Government of Maharashtra
Nationalist Congress Party
Shri Dhananjay Munde began his political career in 1995. He joined the Nationalist Congress Party in 2013. Formerly he worked as the Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council of Maharashtra. His tenure as LOP is hailed as one of the best LOP is Maharashtra Legislative Council. He caught the then incumbent government on its edge by raising many issues in the
Upper House. He is also known for his fiery speeches and his connect with masses. In 2019 Assembly elections, he was elected from Parli constituency, defeating his cousin Pankaja Munde. He has been given the charge of the Social Justice and special assistance
department in the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi Government.
Shri. Dhananjay Munde
Shri Nawab Malik Minister for Minorities, Skill development and Entrepreneurship, Government of Maharashtra
Nawab Malik has been elected to the Legislative Assembly from Anushakti Nagar constituency in Mumbai. He is currently holding the positions as Minorities, Skill development and entrepreneurship Minister in the Mahavikas Aghadi government. He has been elected to the state assembly five times between. He held the responsibilities of various departments like labour, housing, technical education and fulfilled them with great zest and zeal. He also has given a voice to the demands of Minorities. Party has entrusted him with many important responsibilities and he is currently Chief Spokesperson of NCP and also the President of Mumbai NCP.
Shri. Nawab Malik Our leaders
Our leaders Minister for Minorities, Skill development and Entrepreneurship, Government of Maharashtra
Nawab Malik has been elected to the Legislative Assembly from Anushakti Nagar constituency in Mumbai. He is currently holding the positions as Minorities, Skill development and entrepreneurship Minister in the Mahavikas Aghadi government. He has been elected to the state assembly five times between. He held the responsibilities of various departments like labour, housing, technical education and fulfilled them with great zest and zeal. He also has given a voice to the demands of Minorities. Party has entrusted him with many important responsibilities and he is currently Chief Spokesperson of NCP and also the President of Mumbai NCP.
Shri. Nawab Malik
Shri Dr. Rajendra Shingane Minister of Food and Drug Administration, Government of Maharashtra
Dr. Rajendra Shingane is a prominent leader of the NCP. He has been elected as MLA of Sindkhedraja constituency since 1995 only exception being the year 2014. He was elected to the Buldhana District Co-operative society in 1991. He started his political career as an Independent MLA from Sindkhedraja in 1995. He joined NCP in 1999, and his political career flourished along with party. He was a Minister of State for Education and in 2004 served as the Minister of State for Revenue. He was appointed cabinet minister for Health and Family Welfare in 2008 and 2009. Currently he is serving as the Minister for Food and Drug Administration in the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi government.
Shri. Dr. Rajendra Shingane Our leaders
Our leaders Minister of Food and Drug Administration,
Government of Maharashtra
Dr. Rajendra Shingane is a prominent leader of the NCP. He has been elected as MLA of Sindkhedraja constituency since 1995 only exception being the year 2014. He was elected to the Buldhana District Co-operative society in 1991. He started his political career as an Independent MLA from Sindkhedraja in 1995. He joined NCP in 1999, and his political career flourished along with party. He was a Minister of State for Education and in 2004 served as the Minister of State for Revenue. He was appointed cabinet minister for Health and Family Welfare in 2008 and 2009. Currently he is serving as the Minister for Food and Drug Administration in the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi government.
Shri. Dr. Rajendra Shingane
Shri Balasaheb Patil Minister of Co-operation and Marketing
Government of Maharashtra
Shri Balasaheb Patil is an influential leader from Karad, and represented the Karad North constituency five times in the Maharashtra Assembly elections. Patil has assumed the office as Co-operation and Marketing Minister after Mahavikas Aghadi government came to power in the state. Balasaheb Patil is known as a loyal leader of NCP for the past 20 years. He started his journey as Director of Sahyadri Sugar Factory in 1992, in the year 1996 he became President of the factory. He also played major role as President of Sahyadri Sugarcane Growers Association and Koyna Earthquake Rehabilitation Fund Committee.
Shri Balasaheb Patil Our leaders
Our leaders Minister of Co-operation and Marketing
Government of Maharashtra
Shri Balasaheb Patil is an influential leader from Karad, and represented the Karad North constituency five times in the Maharashtra Assembly elections. Patil has assumed the office as Co-operation and Marketing Minister after Mahavikas Aghadi government came to power in the state. Balasaheb Patil is known as a loyal leader of NCP for the past 20 years. He started his journey as Director of Sahyadri Sugar Factory in 1992, in the year 1996 he became President of the factory. He also played major role as President of Sahyadri Sugarcane Growers Association and Koyna Earthquake Rehabilitation Fund Committee.
Shri Balasaheb Patil
Shri Sanjay Bansode Minister of State for Environment and Water Sanitation, Government of Maharashtra
After the formation of the Nationalist Congress Party in 1999, he initially held the post of Latur District Working President. He then served as the state general secretary for several years. He also served as the District President of Mahatma Phule Samata Parishad. Currently he is theMinister of State for Environment, Sanitation and Water Supply, Public Works, Employment Guarantee, Earthquake Rehabilitation and Parliamentary Affairs.
Shri Sanjay Bansode Our leaders
Our leaders Minister of State for Environment and Water Sanitation, Government of Maharashtra
After the formation of the Nationalist Congress Party in 1999, he initially held the post of Latur District Working President. He then served as the state general secretary for several years. He also served as the District President of Mahatma Phule Samata Parishad. Currently he is theMinister of State for Environment, Sanitation and Water Supply, Public Works, Employment Guarantee, Earthquake Rehabilitation and Parliamentary Affairs.
Shri Sanjay Bansode
Smt Aditi Tatkare Minister of State, Maharashtra,
Nationalist Congress Party
Ms Aditi Sunil Tatkare has seen politics since her childhood. After completing her education in 2009, she started her political journey by participating in her father's campaign. After that, she became the voice of young girls from Konkan region and was entrusted with the responsibility of the President of Nationalist Konkan Yuvati Congress. By contesting the Zilla Parishad elections in 2017, she entered into active politics. While presiding over the Zilla Parishad, She did many good works for her constituency. She won her first assembly elections in 2019 and now she is fulfilling her responsibilities as Minister of State in the Mahavikas Aghadi government.
Smt Aditi Tatkare Our leaders
Our leaders Minister of State, Maharashtra
Nationalist Congress Party
Ms Aditi Sunil Tatkare has seen politics since her childhood. After completing her education in 2009, she started her political journey by participating in her father's campaign. After that, she became the voice of young girls from Konkan region and was entrusted with the responsibility of the President of Nationalist Konkan Yuvati Congress. By contesting the Zilla Parishad elections in 2017, she entered into active politics. While presiding over the Zilla Parishad, She did many good works for her constituency. She won her first assembly elections in 2019 and now she is fulfilling her responsibilities as Minister of State in the Mahavikas Aghadi government.
Smt Aditi Tatkare
Shri Dattatraya Bharne Minister of State, Maharashtra
Nationalist Congress Party
Shri Dattatraya Bharane fondly know as Datta mama has won elections from Indapur assembly constituency for the second time in a row. Despite the stiff competition, and strong opponent he fetched the win with his public relations and work. He is holding the post of Minister of State in the Mahavikas Aghadi government. He is also the Guardian Minister of Solapur District. Earlier, He has worked as a Director of Pune District Central Co- operative Bank.
Shri Dattatraya Bharne Our leaders
Our leaders Minister of State, Maharashtra
Nationalist Congress Party
Shri Dattatraya Bharane fondly know as Datta mama has won elections from Indapur assembly constituency for the second time in a row. Despite the stiff competition, and strong opponent he fetched the win with his public relations and work. He is holding the post of Minister of State in the Mahavikas Aghadi government. He is also the Guardian Minister of Solapur District. Earlier, He has worked as a Director of Pune District Central Co- operative Bank.
Shri Dattatraya Bharne
Shri Prajakt Tanpure Our leaders Minister of State Maharashtra,
Nationalist Congress Party
Shri Prajakt Tanpure is another important leader of the young brigade of NCP. Because of his strong campaign in 2019 assembly elections, NCP won from the Rahuri constituency for the first time. He is very enthusiastic in solving the educational issues of youth and currently serving as the Minister of State in the Mahavikas Aghadi government. Prajakta Tanpure was previously elected as the mayor in the Rahuri municipal elections.
Shri Prajakt Tanpure
Minister of State Maharashtra,
Nationalist Congress Party
Shri Prajakt Tanpure is another important leader of the young brigade of NCP. Because of his strong campaign in 2019 assembly elections, NCP won from the Rahuri constituency for the first time. He is very enthusiastic in solving the educational issues of youth and currently serving as the Minister of State in the Mahavikas Aghadi government. Prajakta Tanpure was previously elected as the mayor in the Rahuri municipal elections.
Shri Prajakt Tanpure Our leaders
Shri Jitendra Awhad Our leaders Minister of Housing, Government of Maharashtra
Nationalist Congress Party
Dr. Jitendra Awhad has been winning the elections from Kalwa-Mumbra constituency since 2009 onwards. He has a stronghold in the constituency. He is identified as one of the most progressive political thinkers in Maharashtra. He is in charge of the housing department in MVA government. He has previously served as cabinet minister of Medical Education and Horticulture. He started his political journey from 1999 as the President of the Nationalist Youth Congress. He later served as the party's national secretary in 2006 and worked as a member of the Legislative Council between 2002-2008. He has also served as the NCP's state working president.
Shri Jitendra Awhad
Minister of Housing, Government of Maharashtra
Nationalist Congress Party
Dr. Jitendra Awhad has been winning the elections from Kalwa-Mumbra constituency since 2009 onwards. He has a stronghold in the constituency. He is identified as one of the most progressive political thinkers in Maharashtra. He is in charge of the housing department in MVA government. He has previously served as cabinet minister of Medical Education and Horticulture. He started his political journey from 1999 as the President of the Nationalist Youth Congress. He later served as the party's national secretary in 2006 and worked as a member of the Legislative Council between 2002-2008. He has also served as the NCP's state working president.
Shri Jitendra Awhad Our leaders
Shri R. R. Patil Our leaders Former Deputy CM of Maharashtra Former Home Minister of Maharashtra Senior Leader, Nationalist Congress Party
Late Shri R. R. Patil was the prominent leader of NCP and was the rural face of the party. Fondly known as R.R Aaba he was one of the most loved leaders of the Maharashtra. His work and achievements are still the milestones for many politicians. The son of a farm labourer, Patil financed his college education by working as a labourer on the employment guarantee scheme. He was a member of the Sangli zilla parishad between 1979 and 1990. He then won assembly elections from Tasgaon vidhan sabha constituency from 1991 to 2015. He first became a legislator in 1990 from the Tasgaon assembly constituency and represented it six times untill his death. He shot to fame during 1995-99 when he targeted the then Shiv Sena-BJP coalition government over a number of issues including corruption in awarding contracts in Maharashtra Krishna Valley Development Corporation. He became cabinet minister in the Congress-NCP government which came to power following the 1999 assembly elections. R.R. Patil was given charge of the rural development ministry where he made his mark through the Sant Gadgebaba Rural Cleanliness Drive. In 2003, He was made the Home minister and after the elections in 2004, he was elevated to the post of deputy chief minister by Hon'ble Pawar Saheb. During his tenure as deputy chief minister, he led a campaign to ban dance bars and managed to get a legislation passed unanimously in this regard in 2005. During his long career R R Aaba took many progressive decisions which had a strong economic and social impact. He will be always remembered as a man with simple tastes and a frugal lifestyle.
Late Shri R. R. Patil
Former Deputy CM of Maharashtra Former Home Minister of Maharashtra Senior Leader, Nationalist Congress Party
Late Shri R. R. Patil was the prominent leader of NCP and was the rural face of the party. Fondly known as R.R Aaba he was one of the most loved leaders of the Maharashtra. His work and achievements are still the milestones for many politicians. The son of a farm labourer, Patil financed his college education by working as a labourer on the employment guarantee scheme. He was a member of the Sangli zilla parishad between 1979 and 1990. He then won assembly elections from Tasgaon vidhan sabha constituency from 1991 to 2015. He first became a legislator in 1990 from the Tasgaon assembly constituency and represented it six times untill his death. He shot to fame during 1995-99 when he targeted the then Shiv Sena-BJP coalition government over a number of issues including corruption in awarding contracts in Maharashtra Krishna Valley Development Corporation. He became cabinet minister in the Congress-NCP government which came to power following the 1999 assembly elections. R.R. Patil was given charge of the rural development ministry where he made his mark through the Sant Gadgebaba Rural Cleanliness Drive. In 2003, He was made the Home minister and after the elections in 2004, he was elevated to the post of deputy chief minister by Hon'ble Pawar Saheb. During his tenure as deputy chief minister, he led a campaign to ban dance bars and managed to get a legislation passed unanimously in this regard in 2005. During his long career R R Aaba took many progressive decisions which had a strong economic and social impact. He will be always remembered as a man with simple tastes and a frugal lifestyle.
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