- Govindrao Adik
Govindrao Adik is a powerful and influential
Marathaleaders of Maharashtrabelonging to the Indian National Congress. His elder bother Ramrao Adikwas a former Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra.
Govindrao Adik, was a
Sharad Pawarloyalist but now is, too in the Congress Party commands substantial mass support in rural Maharashtra. He was a former Law and Agriculture Minister during which he gave rise to many dams and irrigation projects in the region.
Govindrao Adik had started out with his then schoolmate Sharad Pawar and was making headways in Maharashtra's political sphere. Govindrao Adik, a lawyer by profession, followed his elder brothers' footsteps and gave up practise to join active politics. He, unlike his elder brother, is a grass-roots politician who enjoys wide mass support in rural Maharashtra. He later parted ways with Sharad Pawar and joined the Congress party.
Govindrao Adik is a M.L.C. and also is actively working for the people of the region. He is now the top contender for the top job in Maharashtra.
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