Patil - Some Notable Patils

Some Notable Patils

  • Shivraj Patil, Former Home Minister of India
  • Smita Patil, Renowned Bollywood actress
  • Vasantdada Patil - Former Chief Minister of Maharashtra & Governor of Rajasthan
  • Balasaheb Vikhe Patil - Former member of Indian Parliament and member of Indian National Congress.
  • Gulabrao Patil - Ex. President Maharashtra Congress and MP.
  • K.N Dhabekar Patil - Ex. Cabinet Minister, Government of Maharashtra
  • Shivajirao Nilangekar Patil, Former Chief Minister of Maharashtra
  • R R Patil, Ex. Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Currently home minister of Maharashtra.
  • Dilip Walse-Patil, Maharashtra MLA, and current Finance Minister
  • Harshavardhan Patil, Cabinet Minister for Sehkar from Maharashtra
  • Jayant Patil, Current Rular Development Minister of Maharashtra
  • Krantisinha Nana Patil was elected to the Lok Sabha in 1957 from north Satara constituency from Communist Party of India. He was the first to give a speech in Marathi on the floor of Parliament
  • Suhas Patil, founder of Cirrus Logic
  • Veerendra Patil, former Chief Minister of Karnataka
  • Bandu Patil (January 1, 1936 – August 23, 1988), Olympic Gold medal Men's hockey 1964 - Tokyo
  • Pratik Patil, Minister of State for Mining & coal of India
  • Sandeep Patil, former Indian cricket player
  • Sonali Bendre, Bollywood actress
  • Vikramsinh Patil, Owner, MD, Patil and Company Civil Engineer

For the Harry Potter characters see:

  • Padma Patil
  • Parvati Patil
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  • Hendre Patil

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