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Madhavsinh Solanki

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Madhavsinh Solanki

Madhav Singh Solanki
7th Chief Minister of Gujarat
In office
24 December 1976 – 10 April 1977
Preceded by President's rule
Succeeded by Babubhai J. Patel
In office
7 June 1980 – 6 July 1985
Preceded by President's rule
Succeeded by Amarsinh Chaudhary
In office
10 December 1989 – 4 March 1990
Preceded by Amarsinh Chaudhary
Succeeded by Chimanbhai Patel
Personal details
Political party Indian National Congress
Children Bharatsinh Madhavsinh Solanki
Religion Hindu

Madhav Singh Solanki is a leader of Indian National Congress party and a former External Affairs minister of India. He was the four times chief minister of Gujarat. He is known for KHAM theory by which he came to power in Gujarat in 1980s. [1]


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  • Govt to press for early Presidential sanction
  • Communalist outrages in Gujarat

Preceded by
Vidya Charan Shukla
Minister for External Affairs of India
Succeeded by
P V Narasimha Rao

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