|Governor C. Vidyasagar Rao|
Siblings Ashish Fadnavis
Children Divija Fadnavis
|Preceded by Vinod Gudadhe Patil|
Spouse Amruta Fadnavis (m. 2006)
Preceded by President's rule
Name Devendra Fadnavis
|Succeeded by Sudhakar Shamrao Deshmukh|
Born 22 July 1970 (age 45)Nagpur, Maharashtra, India (1970-07-22)
Role Chief Minister of Maharashtra
Education Dharampeth Tarkunde High School and Junior College (1986–1987)
Parents Sarita Fadnavis, Gangadharrao Fadnavis
Similar People Uddhav Thackeray, Nitin Gadkari, Amit Shah, Pankaja Munde, Narendra Modi
Political party Bharatiya Janata Party
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Devendra Gangadhar Fadnavis (born 22 July 1970) is an Indian politician and 18th, incumbent Chief Minister of Maharashtra holding the office from 31 October 2014. A member of Bharatiya Janata Party and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, at the age of 44, he became the second youngest Chief Minister of Maharashtra after Sharad Pawar. Fadnavis represents the Nagpur South West constituency in Maharashtra Legislative Assembly.
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- Early life and education
- Political career
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Early life and education
Fadnavis was born on 22 July 1970 in Nagpur. His father, Gangadhar Fadnavis, served as a member of the Maharashtra Legislative Council from Nagpur. His mother Sarita Fadnavis, who is a descendant of the Kaloti family of Amravati, was the former Director of Vidarbha Housing Credit Society.
Fadnavis received his initial schooling from Indira Convent, named after then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. During the Emergency, Fadnavis' father, Gangadhar, a member of the Jan Sangh, was incarcerated for participating in anti-government protests. Fadnavis subsequently refused to continue his schooling at Indira Convent, because he did not want to attend a school named after the Prime Minister he held responsible for jailing his father. He then transferred to the Saraswati Vidyalaya school, where he received most of his schooling. After completing ten years of schooling, Fadnavis attended Dharampeth Junior College for his intermediate. After completing his 12th standard, he enrolled at Government Law College, Nagpur, for a five-year integrated law degree, and graduated in 1992.
Fadnavis also has a post-graduate degree in Business Management and a diploma in Methods and Techniques of Project Management from DSE (German Foundation for International Development), Berlin.
As a college student, Fadnavis was an active member of ABVP. In the ABVP, he started as a grassroots worker where he painterator from Ram Nagar ward. Five years later Fadnavis became the youngest mayor of the Nagpur Municipal Corporation and became the second youngest mayor in the history of India. In 1999, he was elected to the Maharashtra state assembly for the first time. He is currently serving his fourth term as MLA as of 2014. Fadnavis, was selected the legislative party leader by the new BJP MLAs in a meeting at Vidhan Bhavan in the presence of party's central observers, Union Home minister Rajnath Singh and party's national general secretary Jagat Prakash Nadda. Fadnavis was sworn in as the chief minister of Maharashtra from the BJP on 31 October 2014. His government won a confidence motion by voice vote on 12 November 2014 allowing it to govern.
Fadnavis is married to Amruta Fadnavis. The couple have one daughter, Divija Fadnavis.