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Bhagwantrao Mandloi

Bhagwantrao Mandloi (1892 — 1977), an Indian National Congress politician was a former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh. He was born in Khandwa.

He was twice the chief minister of the state from 1 January 1957 to 30 January 1957 and 12 March 1963 to 29 September 1963.

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