Mahadev Jagannath Jankar (Marathi: महादेव जानकर) (Born on 19 April 1968) is Former Cabinet Minister in Government of Maharashtra as Minister for Animal Husbandry,Dairy Development and Fisheries Development. He is Indian Politician and founder and National President of Rashtriya Samaj Paksha(rsp} (Rashtriya Samaj Party) an Indian political party based in Maharashtra, founded in 2003.
|Member of Legislative Council of Maharashtra|
|Assumed office |
23 January 2015
|President||Rashtriya Samaj Paksha|
|Minister for Animal Husbandry,Dairy Development and Fisheries Development|
8 July 2016 – 9 November 2019
|Preceded by||Eknath Khadse|
|Born||19 April 1968|
|Political party||Rashtriya Samaj Paksha|
|As of January 23, 2015|
Early life and educationEdit
Mr. Jankar was born in a poor family in small village in Maan which is in Satara district. Jankar completed his Degree In Electrical Engineering with first class from Walchand College of Engineering.
Mr. Jankar started its political career by joining bsp in leadership of kanshiram. Then he became the chief of yashwant sena. But yashwant sena being cultural organisation it had some limits in achieving political ends.so in 2003 he found political party "Rastriya samaj samaj party" (RSP). contested the Madha Lok Sabha seat in the 2009 elections where he finished in third place behind the winner, Sharad Pawar of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Subhash Deshmukh of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He also contested for a Lok Sabha seat in 2014 from Baramati where he finished in second place behind the winner, Supriya Sule of the Nationalist Congress Party by a huge margin of 69,719.
He was elected as Member of Legislative Council on 23 January 2015. He was promoted as Cabinet Minister in July,2016 as Minister for Animal Husbandry, Dairy Development and Fisheries Department, Maharashtra State.
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