Devendra Gangadhar Fadnavis is an Indian politician belonging to the Bharatiya Janata Party (B.J.P.). He is presently filling in as the chief minister of Maharashtra and took a promise of office on 31st October 2014 at Wankhede Arena in Mumbai. Devendra Fadnavis turned into the second-youngest chief minister of the state at 44 years old and is known for his scholarly insight and expert honesty. He was awarded the Best Parliamentarian Award by Commonwealth Parliamentary Association in 2002-03. Devendra Fadnavis began his profession at an RSS Shakha at Trikoni Park.

He joined the Maharashtra unit of the B.J.P. as a war President. From 1986 to 1989, he was a functioning individual from the ABVP and channeled the adolescent towards the remaking of society. He used to paint dividers and glue limited time banners of politicians on them. Fadnavis has also been a solid supporter of the adolescent's investment in legislative issues and a firm adherent to Master Vivekanand's way of thinking. At the young age of 21, he turned into the most budding civil corporation of the Nagpur City Enterprise.

He worked for two back to back terms from 1992 to 1997. He is also the primary individual to be reappointed as the City hall leader in the Maharashtra province. He was appointed President of the B.J.P.'s Maharashtra unit by the then B.J.P. president Rajnath Singh abrogating previous President Nitin Gadkari's proposal to give another term to Sudhir Mungantiwar. Fadnavis drove the party in Maharashtra during the 2014 General Elections. Directly, he speaks to South-West Nagpur constituency in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly.