Devendra Fadnavis to receive Supreme Honorary degree by Japanese varsity

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Mumbai, Oct 5: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis will be awarded a Supreme Honorary Degree by Japan-based Osaka City University (OCU) for starting the process of reforms for bringing socio-economic development in the state.

He will be the first Indian to receive such an honour, a statement from the Chief Minister's office said.

Devendra Fadnavis to receive Supreme Honorary degree by Japanese varsity.
OCU is a 120-year-old varsity and has granted this degree of 'Honorary Doctorate' to 10 distinguished persons across the globe till now, it said.

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OCU is honouring Fadnavis for starting the process of reforms for bringing socio-economic development in the state of Maharashtra, the statement added.

It has also invited Fadnavis for a special address at the varsity, interaction with students and with people of Osaka.

The Chief Minister during his recent visit to Japan had unveiled a statue of Dr B R Ambedkar - architect of Indian Constitution - at the Osaka varsity.

PTI

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