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महाराष्ट्राचे पहिले मुख्यमंत्री ते उद्धव ठाकरे पर्यंत जाणून घ्या कोण-कोण झाले मुख्यमंत्री, या बाबत सवितर माहिती

महाराष्ट्राचे पहिले मुख्यमंत्री ते उद्धव ठाकरे पर्यंत जाणून घ्या कोण-कोण झाले मुख्यमंत्री, या बाबत सवितर माहिती


 आज आपण महाराष्ट्राचे मुख्यमंत्री कोण कोण आणि कधी राहिले या बाबत जाणून घेणार आहे.


Chief Ministers of Bombay (1947-60)

Chief Ministers of Bombay State (1947–56)
No.[c]Name

(birth-death)

PortraitConstituencyTerm of OfficePartyAssemblyAppointed

by

(Governor)

Took officeLeft officeTenure
1B. G. Kher
(1888-1957)
BG Kher 1989 stamp of India.jpg
Did not contest15 August 194721 April 19524 years, 250 daysIndian National

Congress

Provincial

Assembly

(1946 Elections)

Sir John Colville
2Morarji Desai
(1896-1995)
Morarji Desai 1997 stamp of India.jpg
Chikhli, Gujarat21 April 195231 October 19564 years, 193 days1st

Assembly

(1952 elections)

Raja Sir Maharaj Singh
Chief Ministers of Bombay State (1956–60)

(States Reorganisation Act, 1956) [d]

3Yashwantrao Balwantrao Chavan
(1913-1984)
Yashwantrao Chavan 2010 stamp of India.jpg
Karad North1 November 19565 April 19573 years, 181 daysIndian National

Congress

1st

Assembly

(1952 elections)

Harekrushna Mahatab
5 April 195730 April 19602nd

Assembly

(1957 elections)

Sri Prakasa

Chief Ministers of Maharashtra[edit]

Chief Ministers of Maharashtra[e] (1960–present)

(Bombay Reorganisation Act, 1960)[16]

NoName

(birth-death)

PortraitConstituencyTerm of officeAssemblyParty

(Alliance)[7]

Took officeLeft officeDuration
1Yashwantrao Balwantrao Chavan
(1913-1984)
Yashwantrao Chavan 2010 stamp of India.jpg
Karad North1 May 196019 November 19622 years, 202 days1st Assembly

1957 elections)

Indian National

Congress

2Marotrao Shambshio Kannamwar
(1900-1963)
Saoli20 November 196224 November 19631 year, 4 days2nd

Assembly

(1962 election)

3P. K. SawantChiplun25 November 19634 December 19639 days
4Vasantrao Phulsing Naik
(1913-1979)
Pusad5 December 19631 March 196711 years, 77 days
1 March 196713 March 19723rd

Assembly

(1967 election)

13 March 197220 February 19754th

Assembly

(1972 election)

5Shankarrao Bhavrao Chavan
(1920-2004)
Shankarrao Chavan 2007 stamp of India.jpg
Bhokar21 February 197516 May 19772 years, 84 days
6Vasantrao Banduji Patil

(1917-1989)

Vasantdada Patil (1977).jpg
MLC[17]17 May 19775 March 19781 year, 62 days
Sangli5 March 197818 July 19785th

Assembly

(1978 election)

Indian National

Congress (Urs)

[18][19]

(Congress - Congress (I))

7Sharad Govindrao Pawar
(born 1940)
Sharad Pawar, Minister of AgricultureCrop.jpg
Baramati18 July 197817 February 19801 year, 214 days
Indian National

Congress (Socialist)

[20][21]

(Progressive Democratic Front)

Vacant[f]
(President's rule)
State Emblem of IndiaN/A17 February 19808 June 1980112 daysDissolved[23]N/A
8Abdul Rehman Antulay
(1929-2014)
Shrivardhan9 June 198012 January 19821 year, 217 days6th

Assembly

(1980 election)

Indian National Congress
9Babasaheb Anantrao Bhosale
(1921-2007)
Nehrunagar21 January 19821 February 19831 year, 11 days
(6)Vasantrao Banduji Patil

[2]

(1917-1989)

Vasantdada Patil (1977).jpg
Sangli[24]

(1983 by-elections)

2 February 19831 June 19852 years, 119 days
(3 years, 181 day)
10Shivajirao Patil Nilangekar
(1931—2020)
Nilanga3 June 19856 March 1986276 days7th

Assembly

(1985 election)

(5)Shankarrao Bhavrao Chavan

[2]

(1920-2004)

Shankarrao Chavan 2007 stamp of India.jpg
MLC[25]12 March 198626 June 19882 years, 106 days
(4 years, 190 days)
(7)Sharad Govindrao Pawar

[2]
(born 1940)

Sharad Pawar, Minister of AgricultureCrop.jpg
Baramati26 June 19883 March 19902 years, 364 days
4 March 199025 June 19918th

Assembly

(1990 election)

11Sudhakarrao Rajusing Naik
(1934-2001)
Pusad25 June 199122 February 19931 year, 242 days
(7)Sharad Govindrao Pawar

[3]

(born 1940)

Sharad Pawar, Minister of AgricultureCrop.jpg
Baramati6 March 199314 March 19952 years, 8 days
(6 years, 221 days)
12Manohar Gajanan Joshi
(born 1937)
Manohar Joshi cropped.jpg
Dadar14 March 199531 January 19993 years, 323 days9th

Assembly

(1995 election)

Shiv Sena

(Sena-BJP)

13Narayan Tatu Rane
(born 1952)
Narayan Rane.jpg
Malvan1 February 199917 October 1999258 days
14Vilasrao Dagadojirao Deshmukh
(1945-2012)
Vilasrao Deshmukh at Innovation Partnerships Event May 8, 2012.jpg
Latur City18 October 199916 January

2003

3 years, 90 days
10th

Assembly

(1999 election)

Indian National

Congress

(Congress-NCP)

15Sushilkumar Sambhaji Shinde

(born 1941)

Sushilkumar Shinde.JPG
Solapur South[26]18 January

2003

30 October

2004

1 year, 286 days
(14)Vilasrao Dagodajirao Deshmukh

[2]
(1945-2012)

Vilasrao Deshmukh at Innovation Partnerships Event May 8, 2012.jpg
Latur City1 November

2004

4 December

2008

4 years, 33 days
(7 years, 123 days)
11th

Assembly

(2004 election)

16Ashok Shankarrao Chavan
(born 1958)
Ashok Chavan 2010 - still 114915 crop.jpg
Bhokar8 December 20089 November 20101 year, 336 days
17Prithviraj Chavan
(born 1946)
Prithviraj Chavan - India Economic Summit 2011.jpg
MLC[27][28]11 November

2010

26 September

2014

3 years, 319 days12th

Assembly

(2009 election)

Vacant[f]
(President's rule)
State Emblem of IndiaN/A28 September

2014[29]

30 October

2014[30]

32 daysDissolvedN/A
18Devendra Gangadharrao Fadnavis
(born 1970)
Devendra Fadnavis @Vidhan Sabha 04-03-2021.jpg
Nagpur South West31 October 20148 November

2019[31]

5 years, 8 days13th

Assembly

(2014 election)

Bharatiya Janata

Party

(BJP-Sena)

-Vacant[f]
(President's rule)
State Emblem of India12 November 2019[32]23 November

2019[33]

11 daysDissolvedN/A
(18)Devendra Gangadharrao Fadnavis

[2]
(born 1970)

Devendra Fadnavis @Vidhan Sabha 04-03-2021.jpg
Nagpur South West23 November

2019[34]

26 November

2019[35]

3 days
[g]
14th

Assembly

(2019 election)

Bharatiya Janata Party

(BJP-NCP)

19Uddhav Thackeray
(born 1960)
The Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri Uddhav Thackeray calling on the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, in New Delhi on February 21, 2020 (Uddhav Thackeray) (cropped).jpg
MLC28 November 2019Incumbent2 years, 87 daysShiv Sena

(NCP-Congress-Sena)

Statistics[edit]

List of Chief Ministers by length of term
No.NamePartyLength of term
Longest continuous termTotal years of premiershipTotal terms
1Vasantrao Phulsing NaikINC11 years, 77 days11 years, 77 days03
2Vilasrao DeshmukhINC4 years, 33 days7 years, 123 days02
3Sharad PawarINC2 years, 364 days6 years, 221 days04
4Devendra FadnavisBJP5 years, 8 days5 years, 11 days02
5Shankarrao ChavanINC2 years, 106 days4 years, 190 days02
6Manohar JoshiSS3 years, 323 days3 years, 323 days01
7Prithviraj ChavanINC3 years, 319 days3 years, 319 days01
8Vasantdada PatilINC2 years, 119 days3 years, 181 days03
9Yashwantrao ChavanINC2 years, 202 days2 years, 202 days01
10Uddhav ThackeraySS2 years, 87 days2 years, 87 days01*
11Ashok ChavanINC1 year, 336 days1 year, 336 days02
12Sushilkumar ShindeINC1 year, 286 days1 year, 286 days01
13Sudhakarrao NaikINC1 year, 242 days1 year, 242 days01
14A. R. AntulayINC1 year, 217 days1 year, 217 days01
15Babasaheb BhosaleINC1 year, 11 days1 year, 11 days01
16Marotrao KannamwarINC1 year, 4 days1 year, 4 days01
17Shivajirao Patil NilangekarINC276 days276 days01
18Narayan RaneSS258 days258 days01
19P. K. SawantINC9 days9 days01
  • Bold indicates incumbent Chief Minister of Maharashtra.
  • Credit by wikipedia

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