Everything You Need to Know About CM of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar


From being a pracharak of  Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh (RSS) from his early ages to become the head of the state of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar has fought his way through to the top. Born on May 5, 1954 in Nidana village of Rohtak district in Haryana, with his family forcefully migrated from Jhang district, Pakistan post partition, his path to success was paved by his own determination to succeed.

Manohar Lal KhattarThe 64 year old, is a bachelor dedicated himself to service people. Starting as a pracharak of RSS and then though his determination, ethics and hard work it paved the way for him to become the main secretary of his party in the state. The man was known for his grit and the way he handles people and problems eliminating chaos and ensuring that law and order is maintained in the state. This eventually led to him being named the head of the state’s election committee for 2014 Lok Sabha Elections.

He was discriminated based on his residence. With his tireless work and determination, he broke the constraint of discrimination and won the 2014 elections with a margin of 63,000 votes in the major constituency. Creating a history by becoming the first non-jat to rule Haryana in 18 years after Bhajan Lal.

As a part of the campaign “beti bachao beti padhao” which was led by the formidable Prime Minister Narendra Modi he has formulated schemes to increase the child sex ratio to 900 girls per 1,000 boys. Through the introduction of e service centres in all the districts, his government has ensured everyone’s need is taken care of and everyone’s voice is heard.

Believing in ideologies of transparency and merit based recruitment, his government has brought in drastic reforms to policies enabling the talented to be a part of the rebuilding society. Breaking all barriers creating a system which will help the growth of the state, he is gearing up the assembly election of 2019. Delivering upon the promises of providing a better living condition Manohar Lal Khattar is expected to extend his reign as the head of the state.