Nayab Singh Saini, the recently designated chief minister of Haryana after Manohar Lal Khattar, hails from the Other Backward Classes (OBC) demographic. With a rich background within the BJP structure, he secured victory in the Kurukshetra Lok Sabha seat with an impressive margin of 3.85 lakh votes.


Nayab Singh Saini is regarded as a close associate of the former head of government.

Nayab Singh Saini, hailing from the OBC background, assumed the role of Haryana’s state president just last year.


Saini possesses extensive organizational experience. He was entrusted with responsibilities within the Haryana BJP in 1996. Subsequently, in 2002, Nayab Singh Saini assumed the position of district general secretary of Ambala BJP Yuva Morcha.

In 2005, Nayab Singh Saini assumed the role of district president for BJP Ambala Yuva Morcha. Concurrently, he was appointed as the state general secretary for BJP Haryana Kisan Morcha. His tenure saw further advancement in 2012 when he was promoted to the position of district president for Ambala. During the 2014 assembly elections, Nayab Singh Saini received the party ticket from Naraingarh constituency and emerged victorious, securing a seat in the assembly.


He completed his B.A. degree from BR Ambedkar University, Mujapharpur, in July 1996, followed by an LLB from Choudhary Charan Singh University, Merrut (UP), in 2010.


Haryana’s Chief Minister, Manohar Lal Khattar, along with his Cabinet ministers, submitted their resignations on Tuesday. This action followed a meeting with Governor Bandaru Dattareya, held shortly after rumors surfaced regarding a potential fracture within the Bharatiya Janata Party’s coalition with the Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) led by Dushyant Chautala. The Cabinet consisted of 14 ministers, including Manohar Lal Khattar, and three members representing the Deputy Chief Minister, Dushyant Chautala’s faction of the JJP. All members have tendered their resignations.

The recent resignations of Manohar Lal Khattar and his cabinet ministers in Haryana signal a potential rift in the BJP’s alliance with the JJP, just before the 2024 Lok Sabha election


To delve into this matter, let’s rewind to the 2019 elections. Following the 2019 Assembly elections, the BJP formed an alliance with Dushyant Chautala’s party to secure a majority, as it fell short of five seats. The BJP won 41 seats, five shy of the required majority in the 90-member Assembly, while the JJP, led by Dushyant Chautala, secured 10 seats.

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