Sixteenth Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile
Patil, Shri Vijaysinh Mohite
Constituency   : Madha (Maharashtra)
Party Name     : Nationalist Congress Party(NCP)
Email Address : mpv[DOT]shankarrao[AT]sansad[DOT]nic[DOT]in

Father's Name Shri Shankarrao
Mother's Name Smt Ratnaprabhadevi
Date of Birth 12 Jun 1944
Place of Birth Akluj, Distt. Solapur, Maharashtra
Marital Status Married
Date of Marriage 17 May 1971
Spouse's Name Smt. Nandinidevi Vijaysinh Mohite Patil
No. of Sons 1
No.of Daughters 1
Profession Agriculturist
Permanent Address
Shivratna Banglow, Yashwant Nagar, Tal. Malshiras,
Distt. Solapur-413118, Maharashtra
Tels : (02185) 225599, 222755, 222799
09870000003 (M)
Vaitarana Building, Flat No. 1002,
Opp. Worlisagar Cooperative Housing Society, Ltd.
68-69, Sir Pochkanwala Road,
Worli, Mumbai-400030, Maharashtra
Tel : (022) 24950003, 24930005
Present Address
20, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Road,
New Delhi-110 001
Tel : (011) 23782820, 09013869291 (M)
Positions Held
1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 1999 and2004 Member, Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (Six terms)
12 Oct. 1982 - 2 Feb. 1983 Deputy Minister for Agricultural, Tourism and Youth Forum, Govt. of Maharashtra
7 Feb. 1983 - 11 March 1985 Minister of State for Irrigation Department and Catchment Development Area, Govt. of Maharashtra
1985 Minister of State for Irrigation, Kada, Cooperation & Tourism, Govt. of Maharashtra
July 1985 - March 1986 Cabinet Minister for Agriculture, Kada, Rehabilitation & Sports, and Youth Development, Govt. of Maharashtra
25 June 1988 - 6 March 1993 Cabinet Minister for Public Works Department, State Excise, Cultural Work, Tourism, Parliamentary Affairs, Cooperation, Energy, Transport etc., Govt. of Maharashtra
1990 - 6 March 1993 & 16 Sep. 1994 - 14 March 1995 Cabinet Minister, Govt. of Maharashtra
1995 Deputy Opposition Leader, Maharashtra Legislative Assembly
19 Oct. 1999 Cabinet Minister for Public Works Department, Govt. of Maharashtra
25 Dec. 2003 - 1 Nov. 2004 Deputy Chief Minister, Govt. of Maharashtra
July 2004 Cabinet Minister, Department of Floriculture, Govt. of Maharashtra
4 May 2012 - 12 April 2014 Member, Maharashtra Legislative Council
May, 2014 Elected to 16th Lok Sabha
1 Sep. 2014 onwards Member, Standing Committee on Water Resources
15 Sep. 2014 onwards Member, Committee on Members of Parliamant Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS)
Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Defence

Social And Cultural Activities
Actively associated with various social and cultural activities; Arranged Eye Donation & Family Planning awareness camps; Free food programme for Students; Implemented various schemes under Employment Guarantee Scheme; Land distribution for low landholder farmers; Home for homeless people, etc.
Special Interests
Field Sports
President, Shooting Ball Federation of India (Since 24 December 2010)
Countries Visited
Brazil, England, Singapore, Thailand, U.A.E.(Dubai)& U.S.A.
Other Information
Political Arena: Active Member of the Congress Party since 1962 and from 10 June 1999, has been an active Member of the Nationalist Congress Party; started political career as a Sarpanch of Akluj Grampanchayat; actively associated with Cooperative Institutes: (1) Chairman, Maharshi Shankarrao Mohite Patil Cooperative Sugar Factory, Shankarnagar, Akluj, from 1971 to 1988 & October, 1996 to October, 1999; implemented different types of Schemes for the Members of the Cooperative Sugar Factory like growth of Sugarcane, water irrigation; established Distillery Project in the year 1984 & Acetic Acid Project in 1993; founded Shankarrao Mohite Patil Memorial Hall Compost Scheme Methane Gas Project; (2) Member, (since 1971) and Director (since 2011) of the National Federation of Cooperative Sugar Factories, Delhi; Member, National Heavy Engineering Cooperative Society, Pune (1971 to 1988) and Director since July, 1997; (3) Member, Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank from 1971 to 1988 and Director since November, 1998; (4) as Adviser, Director of Shankarrao Mohite Patil Cooperative Bank (since 1975) financially assisted by disbursing loan to Small agricultural land holders, Farmers & Small Entrepreneurs; (5) Mentor and Director, Shri Shankarrao Cooperative Sugar Factory, Sadashivnagar, since 1979. Established Distillery Project at Sadashivnagar (Crushing capacity has increased upto 2500 metric tonnes a day); (6) as Director of Solapur District Central Cooperative Bank (since 1979), opened various branches in Solapur District; (7) Managing Trustee, Vasantdada Sugar Institute, Manjari, Pune, since June, 1989; Member and Director, Indian Farmers Fertilizers Cooperative Society, Delhi; President, All India Ethanol Association; (8) Acted as Board of Director, State level Confederation, Maharashtra State Sugar Factories for 14 years. Chairman, Confederation of Maharashtra State Sugar Factories December, 1995 to December, 1997 and also from 17 December, 2010.
Actively associated with various constructive activities; achievements include: Plantation; constructed 56 village ponds; built 710 Public wells for peoples to overcome shortage of water; carried out repairs and maintenance of old wells, wisely managed the distribution of water for agriculture through canal under which 30,000 hectares land came under the irrigation, ultimately production of grains increased; In 1972, during the drought situation in the Solapur district, supplied free water tanker to peoples of 11 Talukas in Solapur district and Indapur Taluka of Pune District; also provided fodder for cattle free of cost; Cattle sheds were also opened for cattle; Implemented One Village – One water tank; additional Lands were distributed among the Backward Class and landless people; founded institute which helped the farmers to undertake Milk business as an additional source of income; More than 90% of Electrification work has been done in Malshiras Taluka
Achievements in the Education field: Executive Committee Member, Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, Akluj, 1966 to 1992. Chairman, Shikshan Prasarak Mandal February, 1979 to March, 1992, during this 13 years tenure undertook various activities: founded a Balvikas Bhavan Centre
Built Pre-Primary and primary Schools; 18 Secondary Colleges; 6 higher secondary Colleges; 3 Technical Colleges; 2 Secondary Agricultural Colleges; one each Night College; Secondary English Medium School; Girls Secondary High School; 14 Vocational Institutes which impart Vocational training for employment; opened 3 Junior Colleges for Arts, Commerce and Science; one each Degree College; B. Ed. College; D. Ed. College; B. P. Ed. College; D. Pharmacy College; Information Technology College; Ashram School for Adivasis; built 4 hostels for boys and 2 for girls, during the period 2003-2004; 25,676 students are imparted training/education and are managed by 1250 teaching and non-teaching staff in the aforesaid institutes which are run under his Chairmanship
Other Achievements :
Executive Trustee of Shiv Parvati Development Trust Board, Akluj; founded Green Fingers English Medium School under the aegis of Shiv Parvati Development Trust Board; built new Shiv Parvati temple at Akluj, and Shivaji Mahararaj’s Equestrian Statue; organising annual Agriculture-Industrial exhibitions and wrestling competitions in the Fair on auspicious occasions of Mahashiv Ratra at Akluj; State level / national sports events at Akluj; dug numerous wells and also many Bore wells in the Taluka; rendered financial assistance to various economically backward class sections under Rural Development Programme; successfully completed 100% Electrification of Malshiras Taluka; installed 9 Electric Sub-Stations 33/11 K. V.; constructed Modern Shopping Centres in Akluj; first Television Telecast Centre established in the rural Akluj Village; being conscious about social responsibility, extended help to the people of Latur – Usmanabad at the time of devastating earthquake in the year 1993, by sending 10,000 litres of Milk, 100 bags of Sugar, 63,000 eggs and Rupees 51 Lakh to the affected peoples. Also sent 1000 volunteers from Akluj for rehabilitation of people
For Labour:
Established Credit Society in the year 1964 for the benefit of farmers, employees and labourers who work for Sugar Factories; founded Jawahar Cooperative Engineering and Mechanical Institute for the technical labourers in the year 1969; distributed hybrid cows to the employees of Girija Kamgar Milk Production Society in 1973 to supplement their income; established Vijay Ganeshotsav Mandal in the year 1969 for employees, and allotted land to the said Vijay Ganeshotsav Mandal
There have been no incidents of strike, lockout, Morcha, gherao or any kind of workers agitations in the Cooperative Institutions situated at Akluj; founded Labour Welfare Fund Trust for labour; Introduced Accidental Policy for employees to the tune of Rs. 1,00,000/-; Sumitra Credit Society insured a sum of Rs. 50,000/- for each employee with a paltry sum of Rs. 500/-

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