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Manohar Lal Khattar to be sworn in as Haryana CM on October 26
Putting an end to dynasty rule, Manohar Lal Khattar having no family to promote like other politician is going to take oath as Haryana's Chief Minister on October 26. He won Karnal's seat in the Assembly polls, where he won with a record margin of more than 60,000 votes. He would be the tenth CM of the state.

Khattar while discussing the loot of state's resources by unholy nexus of bureaucrats and politicians stated that if given a chance to serve the state, he will try to end the Malai culture and promote Lassi culture. Elaborating his point he said that he will try to ensure that chief minister, ministers, officers and public everybody should grind the milk and the malai thus procured should be used for state's interests and the lassi should be distributed to everyone according to his contribution.

Khattar, who was a RSS member for four decades, enjoys the confidence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He was also in-charge of Modi's campaign at Varanasi.

If one knows Khattar, he is someone who can work for extra hours as well. Providing jobs on merit and taming the bureaucracy, which went berserk during Hooda's tenure and ensuring justice to honest officers like Ashok Khemka and Sanjiv Chaturvedi will be major task for Khattar. Will he be able to bring justice?

The oath taking ceremony is not going to take place in Haryana Raj Bhavan, but in a sports stadium in Panchkula, Chandigarh.

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