Mohammed Fazal

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Governor of Maharashtra

Why Is Mohammed Fazal Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Mohammed Fazal was an Indian politician who was the Governor of Maharashtra from 10 October 2002 to 5 December 2004. Born in a well-known zamindari family, he studied at the Allahabad University and later at the London School of Economics at the University of London. In 1977 he was appointed the Secretary of Industrial Development, Government of India. He was the most senior member of the Planning Commission from April 1980 till his resignation in January 1985. He then founded and was the chairman of Hughes & Hughes Chem Ltd. In 1999, he was appointed the Governor of Goa, a post he held until he was appointed as Governor of Maharashtra. He suggested to Chief Minister of Maharashtra Sushilkumar Shinde that prostitution be legalised, which caused controversy.

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