JADHAV, SHRI TULSHIDAS, Cong., (Maharashtra—Baramati—1967): s. of Shri Subhanarao Jadhav; b. at vill. Dahitane, January 25, 1905; ed. at Haribhai Deokarn High School, Sholapur; m. Shrimati Janabai Tulsidas Jadhav, 1913; 2 S. and 4 d.; Social worker; farmer; participated in the national movement; imprisoned in 1931, 1932, 1941 and 1942; was associated with the Peasants' and Workers' Party; Member,— (i) Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee and its General Secretary, 1957—60, (ii) A.I.C.C., (iii) Electricity Consultative Committee, (iv) T.B. Board, and (v) Leprosy Committee; Vice-Chairman,— (i) Divisional Development Council, Poona Division, and (ii) Small Savings Committee; president,—(i) Maharashtra Shikshan Mandal, Sholapur, and (ii) Gram Sewa Sangh; Trustee, Shivaji Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, Barsi and Goudalgaon; Sarpanch, Ratijee Trust, Dahitane; Member,— (i) Bombay Legislative Assembly, 1937—40 and 1946—57, (ii) Third Lok Sabha, 1962—67, and (iii) Parliamentary Committees on Draft Third Five Year Plan.
Social activities: Uplift of Harijans and backward communities and also to work for communal harmony hearing grievances of farmers, villagers, workers and poor people.
Special interests: Reading literature on political questions and learning other languages.
Travels abroad: U.S.S.R.. Hungary, Austria, England, France, Switzerland and Italy.
Permanent address: 195, Mitra Nagar, Sholapur, Maharashtra.