Mega Business Conference – Chief Guests
WHO’s WHO – Sunday, 2nd July, 2017 Shanmukhanand Hall, Sion-Mumbai. Morning sharp 10 am to onwards
WHO’s WHO –
Sunday, 2nd July, 2017
Shanmukhanand Hall, Sion-Mumbai.
Morning sharp 10 am to onwards
Shri Vijayji Rupani Honorable Chief Minister of Gujarat.
Shri Devendraji Fadnavis Honorable Chief Minister of Maharastra.
About Devendra Fadnavis
Devendra Gangadhar Fadnavis is an Indian politician belonging to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He is currently serving as the chief minister of Maharashtra. He took oath of office on 31st October, 2014 at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. He became the second youngest chief minister of the state at the age of 44. He is known for his intellectual acumen and professional integrity. He was awarded the Best Parliamentarian Award by Commonwealth Parliamentary Association in 2002-03.
At the young age of 21, he became the youngest municipal corporator of the Nagpur Municipal Corporation. He worked for two consecutive terms from 1992 to 1997. He is also the only person to be re-elected as the Mayor in the state of Maharashtra.
He was appointed president of the BJP’s Maharashtra unit by the then BJP president Rajnath Singh overriding former president Nitin Gadkari’s suggestion to give another term to Sudhir Mungantiwar. Fadnavis led the party in Maharashtra during the 2014 General Elections. Presently, he represents South-West Nagpur constituency in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly.
Shri Dharmendraji Pradhan Honorable Cabinet Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas.
A prominent Indian politician, Dharmendra Pradhan gained the ministerial berth in the newly-formed government.
He was sworn in as the Minister of State (with Independent charge) for Petroleum and Natural Gas in the Modi government. He is the member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Pradhan entered into national politics in the year 2004. His father who was a minister in Vajpayee government was a MP from Deogarh constituency. He left his seat in 2004 thus paving the way for his son. Dharmendra Pradhan won the Lok Sabha elections of 2004 from the constituency. But Pradhan lost the subsequent elections.
Pradhan has occupied several positions during his political career. While he was the member of the state assembly, he became the face of the youth in whole Sangh parivar. In 2012 he was elected as the member of Rajya Sabha from the state of Bihar. Prior to this, when he was the general secretary of the party in 2011, he also looked after the activities of the party in Jharkhand. He was also the organiser of party activities in Karnataka, Uttarakhand and Odisha. Infact he was also given the award for being the best legislator.
Though his stint into national politics is not long, he managed to secure for himself the position in the Cabinet. Talking to the media after taking the charge, Pradhan said that his focus “would be to meet the expectations of the poor and the middle-class people of the country”. He said that “the people of the country have large expectations from the new government and this government is dedicated to the welfare of the poor”. He further added, “the Indian economy has an important role in the world economy, and I would endeavour to make contribution to this effect”.
Shri Arjunji Ram Meghwal Honorable Union Minister of State in Finance and Corporate Affairs.
Arjun Ram Meghwal (born 20 December 1954) is an Indian politician belonging to the Bharatiya Janata Party and former party Chief Whip in 16th Lok Sabha, Currently He is Union Minister of State in Finance and Corporate Affairs in Government of India He has been elected to the 15th and 16th Lok Sabhas (terms of the lower house of the Parliament of India) from Bikaner constituency, Rajasthan in 2009.
From Weaver To IAS To Minister, Arjun Ram Meghwal Is Inspiration For Many
New Delhi: From being a weaver to working his way to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) as officer to being elected as member of parliament to becoming a union minister now, Arjun Ram Meghwal’s journey through life has been an inspiration for many.
The Dalit MP seems to have been rewarded with a berth in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s council of ministers in recognition for his struggles in life as for highlighting the allegedly illegal land deals Bikaner in Rajasthan, which is his constituency.
Born into a traditionally weaver family he continued his studies while also working with his father as a weaver. He graduated with a BA degree from Sri Dungar College in Bikaner and also earned an LLB and a Master’s from the same institution.
After his studies, he started preparing for competitive examinations and got into Indian Post and Telegraph Department as a telephone operator.
He had his first stint with politics when he contested and won the elections for the post of general secretary of Telephone Traffic Association.
While working as a telephone operator, he passed the examination for Rajasthan State Administrative Service in his second attempt.
He got into the top-most echelons of bureaucracy when he was promoted to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and worked as District Collector of Churu in Rajasthan.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) offered Mr Meghwal the ticket to contest the Lok Sabha elections in 2009 from Bikaner. He won the election, becoming a member of parliament.
He was re-elected from the same constituency in 2014. He is the chief whip of the BJP in the Lok Sabha and one of the very few MPs who cycle to parliament.