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|8th Chief Minister of Gujarat|
6 July 1985 – 9 December 1989
|Preceded by||Madhav Singh Solanki|
|Succeeded by||Madhav Singh Solanki|
|Born||(1941-07-31)31 July 1941
Surat, Bombay Presidency, British India
|Died||(2004-08-15)15 August 2004 (aged 63)
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
|Political party||Indian National Congress|
|Children||Tushar Chaudhary Tejas Chaudhary & Pragnesh Chaudhary|
Chaudhary was a civil engineer and served as government employee for short time. He became a Member of Legislative Assembly from Radhanpur Constituency in 1970. He became a junior minister under Ghanshyam Oza in 1972 and later served as minister in subsequent cabinets. He was the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 1985 to 1989. He served as President of the Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee between June 2001 and July 2002. In 2002, he was elected leader of the Congress Legislature Party and leader of opposition in Gujarat Legislative Assembly.
Chaudhary was admitted to a hospital in Ahmedabad on 24 July 2004 for severe liver and kidney complications. He died of cardiac arrest on 15 August 2004 after a prolonged illness.
- "Amarsinh Chaudhary is PCC chief" - article in The Hindu dated 9 June 2001
- "Amarsinh Chaudhary resigns, Waghela may take over" - article in The Hindu dated 14 July 2002
- "Amarsinh Chaudhary elected Gujarat CLP leader" article in The Hindu dated 20 December 2002
- "Former Gujarat CM Amarsinh Chaudhary no more" article on rediff.com dated 15 August 2004
- "India News> Amarsinh Chaudhary dies:" - article in newkerala.com dated 15 August 2004
- "India News> Sonia condoles Amarsinh Chaudhary's death" - article in newkerala.com dated 15 August 2004
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