|Hukumchand Govindrao Amdhare|
|Born||29 sept, 1956|
Ranala, Kamptee, Nagpur
|Spouse(s)||Smt. Mandatai Amdhare|
Hukumchand Govindrao Amdhare (born 29 September 1956) is an Indian politician.
Political career[edit | edit source]
He started his political career from Ranala, Kamptee, Nagpur. He served in many positions as an office bearers of the congress party since past 30 years. Also presently he is working as General Secretary, MPCC Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee. Amdhare is also a Director of Nirmal UjjwalCo-Operative Bank.
Achievements[edit | edit source]
- Chairman, Agriculture Produce Market Committee, APMC, Kamptee
- Sarpanch of bhilgaon, kamptee at the age of 21and continued for 20 years
- Worked for student community since college life through NSUI
- Vice Chairman of APMC (Agriculture produce market committee), a Largest organization in Asia
- Chairman : Maharashtra sarpanch association since 2003
- Director: employment and self-employment coordination committee, Nagpur (govt of Maharashtra)
- Vice President of Nagpur District Krushi Audyogik Sangh
- Director: Nirmal Ujjwal Co-operative Bank
Political activities[edit | edit source]
- President Block Youth Congress 1975-1980
- Executive member district Congress 1978-1992
- General Secretary, District youth Congress,Rural 1981-1987
- General Secretary, Vidabha Region Youth Congress 1988-1989
- Jt. Secretary, Maharashtra Pradesh Youth Congress 1988-1989
- Executive member, Maharashtra pradesh Congress sewadal since 1995-2003
- General Secretary, Nagpur district congress (rural) from 2001 
- Secretary, Labour cell MPCC
- General Secretary, MPCC since 2008
- Special Invitee,All India INTUC working committee,New Delhi since 2007
References[edit | edit source]
- "Vidarbha minority multipurpose rural development educational society, Kamptee". Vmmrdes.jw.lt. 2008-04-20. Retrieved 2012-06-17.
- "MPCC Office Bearers List". Maharashtrapcc.org. Retrieved 2012-06-17.
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