In a statement issued later in the day, Khattar said the government was already in the process of issuing family ID cards to the people of Haryana, and that the same database would be used for the implementation of NRC in the state.
Khattar met several imminent personalities Sunday, including state's former Human Rights Commission's chairman Retd. Justice H S Bhalla and ex-Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba, as part of BJP's nationwide Jan Sampark programme ahead of the state elections.
“The officials of the Haryana Public Service Commission and Haryana Staff Selection Commission have repeatedly been acting as political agents of the BJP government in the state,” the party alleged in the memorandum.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar laid the foundation stone of housing project ‘Jai Jawan Awas Yojana’ (JJAY) in Haryana’s Bahadurgarh city on Friday. Khattar was accompanied by Army Chief General Dalbir Singh and Western Army Commander Lieutenant General K.J. Singh. Khattar also addressed the gathering during the ceremony. He saidthat a colony will be […]
An RSS pracharak, Manohar Lal Khattar was handpicked by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to lead the first BJP government in Haryana in 2014. He is the first non-Jat leader in 18 years to occupy the state chief minister’s post. During the Jat quota agitation in February this year, the first-time MLA found himself on the […]
Chandigarh, Feb 19 (ANI): An all-party meeting called by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar was held in Chandigarh to discuss the rising demand for Jat reservation. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Jawahar Yadav said the meeting had been called to find a solution regarding the BJP-supported reservation issue. Jat community in Haryana has been repeatedly demanding reservation in government jobs and educational institutions under the Other Backward Class (OBC) category.
Chennai, Feb 10 (ANI): Supporting the Haryana's Health Minister Anil Vij statement on beef, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Wednesday said there should be no controversy on Vij's remark, as they already have an act banning beef in the state. Totally agreeing with Vij's statement, he said that no beef in Haryana. Anil Vij on Wednesday stroked a fresh row saying those who cannot live without eating beef should not visit the state where stringent cow protection law is in place.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, who completes one year in office later this month as the head of a BJP government, told The Indian Express in an interview that the cow, the Gita and Saraswati were articles of faith for the majority in the country, and that Muslims would not be violating their religious beliefs by giving up beef.