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People voted in 2014 to see me as Haryana chief minister: Rao Inderjit

When the BJP got a majority in October 2014 Assembly polls, the MLAs supporting Rao Inderjit Singh had demanded him to be the Chief Minister, though, the party chose Manohar Lal Khattar.

Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar loses cool, asks journalists to behave

“Listen, who are you?... media doesn’t speak like this. Media asks questions, doesn’t level allegations. Ask the questions. I know more... my friend I know more... learn etiquette. I don’t have to listen to you, I have to listen to the public...," Khattar said.

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Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar seeks to woo journalist

Addressing Swarna Jayanti Journalists Meet at Panchkula, Khattar said media persons who have completed five years in the profession will be given recognition.

Former RSS veteran Manohar Lal Khattar to be next Haryana Chief Minister, swearing-in on Oct 26

Sources told Express that Khattar made it to the shortlist after the party leaned towards a non-Jat to lead its first government in Haryana.

BJP has not decided on Maharashtra, Haryana CMs: Rajnath Singh

The Parliamentary Board has decided to send two observers each to both the states to decide on next chief ministers.

Hooda threatens stir for higher rice price

Hooda also attacked the BJP for not being able to declare its chief ministerial candidate till date.

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Hooda to address students on Teacher's Day

Hooda's function will be held hours before Prime Minister scheduled pep-talk to about 1,000 selected students in New Delhi.

Day after increasing rewards, Hooda honours CWG medallists

gold medal winners in wrestling, Sushil Kumar, Yogeshwar Dutt, Babita Kumari, Amit Kumar and Vinesh Phogat were given cheques of Rs 1 crore each.

Two Hooda rivals: One unhappy in party, the other in cabinet

Two Hooda rivals, one unhappy in party, the other in cabinet

Hooda says separate SGPC Bill this session

The announcement came amid strong protests from Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, his deputy Sukhbir Singh Badal

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