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Raj Kumar Saini
Member Of Parliament
Lok Sabha
In office
1 September 2014 – 23 May 2019
Preceded byNaveen Jindal
Succeeded byNayab Singh
ConstituencyKurukshetra, Haryana
Personal details
Born (1953-07-01) 1 July 1953 (age 68)
Political partyLoktantra Suraksha Party
Children3 (1son and 2 daughters)
Residence(s)Panchkula, Shahabad
As of 15 December, 2016
Source: [1]

Raj Kumar Saini[1] (born 1 July 1953)[2] is an Indian politician. He was the MP of kurukshetra, Haryana. In 2014 he became a member of 16th Loksabha[3] by defeating 2 times MP from Indian National Congress Naveen Jindal.

Personal life

Rajkumar Saini[4] was born on 1 July 1953 in Chhoti Rasur Village of ambala district.

Political career

His political career started at very young age. At the age of only 24, In 1977, he became the "Sarpanch" of his GramPanchayat "Badi Rasor".[5] He elected 2 time for the same. Being on the post he encourage the education for all.

In 1983, he became a member of Panchayat Committee, Narayangar, Ambala and discharge his responsibilities honestly.

In 1994, he became a member of District council, Ambala. By this time his business had touched a great height.

In 1996, he upgraded from the district level politics to the next level at the state level and became members of Haryana assembly (Legislators).

From 1997-1999, he took charge of the State Minister (Printing Stationery and Transportation) in the Haryana Government. The Minister of State for Transport, Saini launched a campaign to educate the drivers of trucks and buses, which were highly appreciated in then government.

In 2000, he was made Minister of State, Sports and Transport. While playing the state minister, he campaigned for the promotion of state level players and made so many stadiums to encourage them.

In May 2014, he elected for 16th Lok Sabha from Kurukshetra, Haryana.

In September 2014, he was made a member of the Standing Committee on Industry and the Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Steel and Mining.[6]

He fought 2019 haryana assembly elections from Gohana and lost to Jagbir Singh Malik. Many people believe he lost the election only because of his hatred speeches towards a particular community.[7]

References

  1. ^ "Detailed profile of Rajkumar Saini".
  2. ^ "MP Track LokSabha".
  3. ^ "Raj Kumar Saini(Profile on Govt. of India Portal)".
  4. ^ "Who is Raj Kumar Saini? BJP MP who projects himself as Haryana CM candidate, opposes Jat reservation".
  5. ^ "Details of Positions held by RK Saini".
  6. ^ "Details Members of Organizations".
  7. ^ "Making the Ground for assembly elections 2019 in Haryana".

- Rajkumar Saini on Facebook

- Biography Profile at Lok Sabha, Parliament of India