Personal Life & Political Career
He participated for the first time in the elections of the State Assembly of Karnataka in 1972 and won the constituency of Gurmitkal. In 1973, he was named president of the Abolition Licensing Commission, tasked with revitalizing the economy of municipalities and municipalities in Karnataka State.
Mr. Kharge began his career as a student union leader at the Government College, Mr. Gulbarga, as Secretary General of the Student Corps. In 1969, he became legal counsel to the MSK Mills Employees Union. He also has an influential union leader of Samyukta Majdoor Sangha and a lot of agitations to defend the rights of the workers. In 1969, he joined the Indian National Congress and became chairman of the Gulbarga City Convention Committee.
He first participated in the elections of the State Assembly of Karnataka in 1972 and won the constituency of Gurmitkal. In 1973, he was appointed chairman of the Abolition Licensing Commission, which was responsible for revitalizing the economy of municipal and municipal bodies in Karnataka State. On the basis of its report, the government of the day, Devaraj Urs, abolished the lifting of the granting on several points. In 1974, he was named president of the Leather Development Corporation, Leather Development Corporation, and worked to improve the lives of thousands of shoemakers engaged in the leather tanning industry. Work sheds and residences were built across the state for their benefit during this period. In 1976, he was appointed Minister of State for Primary Education. During this period, over 16,000 SC / ST faculty vacancies were filled by recruiting them directly into the service. Grants for the Financial Assistance Code were awarded for the first time to schools run by the SC / ST directorates.
In 1978, he was elected to the Gurmitkal constituency for the second time and was appointed Minister of State for Rural Development and Panchayat Raj at the Ministry of Devaraj Urs. In 1980, he became Minister of Revenue at Gundu Rao. Meanwhile, the focus has been on effective land reforms, which have resulted in the granting of tenure rights to millions of landless laborers and handlers. More than 400 land courts have been established to expedite the transfer of tenure rights to farmers.  In 1983, he was elected for the third time to the Gurmitkal meeting of Karnataka. In 1985, he was elected for the fourth time at the Gurmitkal meeting of Karnataka and appointed Deputy Leader of the Opposition at the Karnataka Assembly.
In 1989, he was elected for the fifth time to the Karnataka Assembly by Gurmitkal. In 1990, he joined the Bangarappa cabinet for the portfolios of the Minister of Rural Income and Panchayat Raj. The process of upgrading agrarian reform, which has been interrupted over time, on behalf of landless workers.
Between 1992 and 1994, Veerappa Moily's Minister of Cooperation, Industries and Major Industries. In 1994, he was elected for the sixth time to the Karnataka Assembly by Gurmitkal and became the Leader of the Opposition in the Assembly. In 1999, he was elected to the Karnataka Assembly and head of the post of Prime Minister of Karnataka. He became the cabinet minister of the interior. In 2004, he was elected for the eighth consecutive time to the Karnataka Assembly and to a new leader of the post of Chief Minister of Karnataka. He became Minister of Transport and Water Resources in the coalition government led by Dharam Singh.
In 2005, he was appointed chairman of the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee. In the Panchayat elections held shortly after the congress, there were more seats than the BJP and the JD (s). In 2008, he was elected for the Chitapur Assembly record. Although the congressional party is opposed to the 2004 elections, Congress lost the election with a majority of losing top leaders. In 2009, Mr. Kharge challenged the general election of Gulbarga's parliamentary constituency and his election.
In the 2014 general election, Mr. Kharge contested and won the seat of Gulbarga, son of sadness and close rival of the BJP by more than 73,000 votes . In June, he was appointed head of the congress at Lok Sabha.
Philanthropic and social activities
He is the founding president of Siddharth Vihar Trust, who built the Vihar Buddha in Gulbarga, India.
He is the patron of Chowdiah Memorial Hall, one of Bangalore's most famous concert and theater halls.
Mallikarjun Kharge is married to Radhabai and 5 children - 2 girls and 3 sons.