Ramesh Jarkiholi Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Bio

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Explore everything aboutRamesh Jarkiholi is an Indian politician and Minister of Water Resources, Government of Karnataka.As of 2023 Ramesh Jarkiholi Net Worth is 128 Crore.Satish Jarkiholi, brother of Ramesh Jarkiholi, represents Yamakanmardi constituency in Belgaum district as a current member of the Karnataka Legislative Council. In 1999, Ramesh Jarkiholi was elected to the Karnataka Legislative Assembly by more than 55,000 votes, defeating Naik Chandrashekhar Sadasiva of the Janata Dal (United).

Who is Ramesh Jarkiholi ?

Ramesh Jarkiholi is an Indian politician and Minister of Water Resources, Government of Karnataka and between 2020 and 2021. As a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), he represents Gokak in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. He previously served as the Minister of Municipal Administration.

Ramesh Jarkiholi Bio

NameRamesh Jarkiholi
Birth ( Age )1 May 1960 (age 60)
Birth PlaceBelgaum, India
Nationalty Indian
EducationBachelor of Arts
Marital StatusMarried
Wife / GirlfriendShakuntala
ChildrenSantosh Ramesh Jarkiholi
FatherLaxmanrao Jarkiholi
MotherLaxmanrao Jarkiholi
SiblingsSatish Jarkiholi
Net Worth128 Crore
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Ramesh Jarkiholi Family and Early Life

Jarkiholi was born in 1960 in Riga-to-Rais businessman Lakshmanrao Jarkiholi in Belgaum. He is nominated as a Scheduled Tribe from the Valmiki Nayak community in India’s reservation system. He also has 4 siblings in politics, 3 with Congress and 2 with BJP.

Ramesh Jarkiholi Wife

Ramesh Jarkiholi married with his beautiful wife Shakuntala.The Couple have a child Santosh Ramesh Jarkiholi.

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Ramesh Jarkiholi Net Worth

Ramesh Jarkiholi has a Net Worth of 128 Crore as of 2023.

Ramesh Jarkiholi Political career

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Jarkiholi has served in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly six times. In June 2016, he was appointed a cabinet minister in the Siddaramaiah-led government of Karnataka. He was in charge of the Ministry of Small-Scale Industries. According to the anti-defection law, he was disqualified from the Legislative Assembly in 2019, but he was re-elected to the Assembly in December 2019 on a BJP ticket.

The Bharatiya Janata Party defeated Jarkiholi, who represented the Gokak assembly constituency in Belgaum, Karnataka. The Jarakiholi family has governed this district for more than 15 years. Previously, he was affiliated with the Indian National Congress. Ramesh Jarkiholi, Balachandra Jarkholi, and Satish Jarkholi, all members of the Jarkiholi family, vie for election in separate constituencies: Gokak, Arabhavi, and Yamakanmardi, respectively.

In the 2004 elections, he defeated Muttanavar Mallappa Laxman of the Bharatiya Janata Party by 15,000 votes. In the 2008 Karnataka Legislative Assembly elections, he defeated Janata Dal candidate Ashok Ningaiya Pujari by more than 7,000 votes. Jarkholi retained his seat in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly by defeating Ashok Ningaiya Pujari of the Janata Dal (Secular) by more than 28,000 votes.

Jarkholi convinced other Belagavi MLAs to rebel against the Congress in October 2018. DKS chose Jarkholi’s rival Lakshmi Hebbalkar as the MLA from Belagavi (Rural) and appointed her as the chair of the KPCC Women’s Wing, much to her displeasure. He convinced fourteen other Congress legislators to resign.

He was one of the 15 Congress MLAs and 2 JD (S) MLAs who resigned in July 2019, bringing the HDK Congress-JD (S) alliance down and allowing BSY to regain power. After the Supreme Court’s ruling, his disqualification was stayed, and he was allowed to run, with Jarkholi joining the BJP along with Mr. B.S. Yeddyurappa and other prominent figures. He was given a BJP ticket for the Gokak Bye Election. In the December by-elections, he defeated his opponents, including his brother Lakhan, who ran as a Congress candidate, by approximately 30,000 votes.

On 2 March 2021, Jarkiholi was accused of sexually assaulting a woman in exchange for a government job. The video clip surfaced to show intimacy with the victim. Although he denied the allegations, Zarakiholi resigned just before the budget session.