About Kuldeep BishnoiConsidered as one of the most dynamic leaders of Haryana, Kuldeep Bishnoi is the younger son of two-time former chief minister of the state, late Chaudhary Bhajan Lal. He is focussed on carrying forward the legacy of his father. He plans to take the Haryana Janhit Congress-Bhajan Lal (HJC-BL) — an organisation that the father- son duo formed together in the year 2007 — to the next level, though the results of the recent Assembly polls in Haryana have not brought any cheers to his party.
His strategy centres around winning heart and minds of the common people of his state by raising their concerns effectively and providing viable solutions for their problems thanks to the leadership qualities that he has inherited from his father. Ensuring primary education to all has also been amongst one of his top initiatives for which he has run several campaigns in the state.
The younger brother of Haryana's former Deputy Chief Minister Chander Mohan, Kuldeep Bishnoi has also been considered to be a leader of the youth in the state and has for long been fighting for their rights and welfare.
Born in the year 1968, Bishnoi fought his first election in the year 1998 from the Adampur assembly seat in Haryana and won. And then in the year 2004 he fought parliamentary election from Bhiwani seat registering an impressive triumph. In the year 2009, he contested Haryana Assembly election from Adampur and won. But in the year 2011, he had to contest by-election for the Hisar seat following the death of his father Chaudhary Bhajan Lal, who was an MP from there. Bishnoi successfully won the Hisar by-election too.
Contesting from Adampur seat, Bishnoi has registered an impressive win at the 2014 assembly elections held recently in Haryana. With his impressive political career graph at a very young age, Bishnoi has been popular as a youth leader who brought in a new wave of development politics in the state, overthrowing various political titans in the state. But he has to chalk out a new strategy now that BJP has become the ruling party in the state, eroding the political space of all other parties in the state, including the HJC-BL.
Last Updated on 24 March, 2017.