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Hd Devegowda

Full Name Haradanahalli Doddegowda Deve Gowda
ConsistuencyHassan (Karnataka )
Political PartyJanata Dal (Secular) (JD(S))
DOBMay 18, 1933
Place of BirthHolenarsipura, Distt. Hassan (Karnataka)
EducationDiploma in Civil Engineering Educated at Smt.L.V. Polytechnic, Hassan, Karnataka
ProfessionFarmer, Politician
Spouse NameSmt. Chennamma
ChildrenNo.of Sons:4 No.of Daughters:2
Positions Held
  • Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha (Assumed office 17 May 2004)
  • 11th Prime Minister of India ( 1 June 1996 - 21 April 1997)
  • Minister of Home Affairs ( 1 June 1996 - 29 June 1996)
  • 14th Chief Minister of Karnataka ( 11 December 1994 - 31 May 1996)



Last Updated on June 20, 2020

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