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Modi vision helped win polls, says Haryana’s CM designate ML Khattar

After much deliberation, former Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh member Manohar Lal Khattar was on Tuesday elected as Haryana’s new Chief Minister.

Having got a majority on its own for the first time in Haryana, the BJP legislative party meeting concluded here after electing Khattar as legislature party leader.

Khattar is the first non-Jat Chief Minister of Haryana in 18 years.

“I have been chosen by the party legislators and the BJP leadership for this responsibility. I can assure you that we will work for the welfare of the people of Haryana,” Khattar said after being elected the leader of the BJP legislative group.

“My government will be transparent and there will be no discrimination with any area,” Khattar, sporting a light blue jacket, told media persons.

Khattar said it was PM Narendra Modi’s vision that helped the party in winning Assembly Elections. The BJP leaders have met Haryana Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki and requested him to invite to form the next government, he said.

Later, he also took to Twitter to thank his supporters and urged people of Haryana to open a new chapter that focuses on good governance and development.

Khattar also expressed gratitude towards those who helped party win polls in the state for the first time.

The swearing-in of the new chief minister and other ministers is likely to take place on October 26. The ceremony could take place at a sports stadium in Panchkula town, 15 km from here, instead of the Haryana Raj Bhavan.

The 60-year-old Khattar, a new face in electoral politics, was fielded from Karnal Assembly seat from where Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched his poll campaign in the state.

A first-time MLA, Khattar has no administrative experience, but he is stated to have been a good RSS organiser for the past 40 years. He won Karnal seat by 63,736 votes.

Khattar, a Punjabi by origin, is stated to be close to Prime Minister Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah.

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