Digambar Kamat – Ex of Goa Chief Minister
Digambar Kamat is an Indian politician from the state of Goa. He was the Chief Minister of Goa on two separate occasions. His first term as Chief Minister was from June 2007 to March 2012, and his second term was from March 2012 to November 2014.
Kamat was born on December 8, 1954, in Margao, Goa. He began his political career as a member of the Indian National Congress party, and he has served as a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) from the Margao constituency for multiple terms.
During his tenure as Chief Minister, Kamat oversaw several important infrastructure and development projects in Goa, including the construction of new roads and bridges, the expansion of the state’s power grid, and the development of new industrial zones. He was also known for his efforts to promote tourism in the state, which is one of Goa’s major industries.
Kamat has held various other positions in the Goa state government, including Minister for Public Works and Minister for Urban Development. He is widely regarded as one of Goa’s most influential and respected politicians.