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Raosaheb Ramrao Patil, better known as R. R. Patil, (Marathi: रावसाहेब रामराव पाटील) (16 August 1957 – 16 February 2015) was an Indian politician from the state of Maharashtra. He was an important leader of modern Maharashtra. He was a member of the Nationalist Congress Party. He became Home Minister of Maharashtra for the second time after the 2009 Maharashtra assembly election victory of the Congress-NCP alliance. He was also the former Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra.
R. R. Patil, popularly known as “Aaba”, (Marathi :आबा) was born on 16 August 1957 in the village of Anjani, in the Tasgaon taluka, Sangli district in the State of Maharashtra. Despite his father being the village head, their financial condition was not good. He completed most of his education under the government scheme of "Earn & Learn". He obtained a B.A. and an LL.B. from Shantiniketan college in Sangli.
Patil was a member of Sangli Zillah Parishad from 1979 to 1990 from Savlaj constituency, then was elected to the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly in 1990, 1995, 1999,2004, 2009 and 2014 representing Tasgaon, in Sangli district. He became the Chief Whip of the Congress Party in the assembly as well as the chairman of the public accounts committee of the assembly in 1996–97 and 1998–99.
On November 1, 2004, he was sworn in as the Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra. He was the chief of the Nationalist Congress Party's Maharashtra unit and NCP legislative party in Maharashtra. He was also the Home Minister of Maharashtra in the previous government. After taking charge of Home Ministry, he also sought guardianship of Naxal Activity affected district Gadchiroli. Since then, in spite of many naxalized attacks he encouraged natives to support elected Government through some developmental work for them.
He was the most respected politician in Maharashtra, also christened as 'Mr Clean' in political circles due to his clean image in the erstwhile tainted political party and also due to cleanliness awareness initiatives like “Gadage Baba Swachata Abhiyan” & “Tantamukt Gaon”.