BJP’s contest with Premlata for the second time from Jind
In the 2019 assembly elections, Dushyant Chautala is in the electoral battle from Uchana Kalan in Jind district where his main contest is against BJP candidate Premlata. Dushyant Singh will face Premlata for the second consecutive match. Earlier, in the 2014 assembly elections, Dushyant had lost to Premlata from Uchana Kalan. Although it is said that while being an MP from Hisar, Dushyant had taken the wrong decision to contest the assembly elections. Because it was because of the people of Uchana Kalan that he was able to become an MP from Hisar at a young age.
Lost in 2019 Lok Sabha
At the same time, in the Lok Sabha elections held this year, Dushyant Chautala had to face defeat from Hisar on the ticket of his new party JJP. In such a situation, victory from the seat of Uchana Kalan is very important for Dushyant’s political future. If he wins this seat, it will not only enhance the prestige of his family, but will also be a strong declaration of the political clout of his new party.
Grandfather took son and grandson out of the party
Jannayak Janata Party has been formed by breaking from INLD. With the disintegration of the fourth generation of Chaudhary Devi Lal, the party formed by him also broke up. In the last month of December 2018, Dushyant formed the JJP. Dushyant’s great-grandfather Ch. Using the title Jannayak given to Devi Lal, Jannayak Janata Party was formed.
All this happened with a decision by the jailed INLD chief Omprakash Chautala. Due to the political war that broke out in the Chautala family, Omprakash Chautala showed Ajay Singh Chautala the way out of the party. Earlier, both the grandsons Dushyant and Digvijay Singh were thrown out of the party by taking disciplinary action. With this development, political swords were drawn between nephew Dushyant and uncle Abhay Singh Chautala. Now Dushyant Chautala’s new party seems to be overshadowing the Indian National Lok Dal. INLD has come down from 19 MLAs to 3 in the last 5 years. Abhay Singh Chautala is with his father and he is in command of the party.
In Haryana, due to Chautala, the Indian National Lok Dal has been getting the maximum votes of Jats. The votes that were saved used to go to the BJP-Congress. But this time, due to the joining of Indian National Lok Dal MLAs to BJP, where there is a direct loss of INLD, there is a direct advantage of Dushyant Chautala. If the INLD continues to weaken like this, then due to its Jat equation, Dushyant’s Jannayak Janata Party can be the second party after BJP in Haryana.
In fact, Digvijay Singh Chautala of JJP stood second in the by-elections held in Jind, while Congress MLA from Kaithal, Randeep Surjewala stood at number three. In such a situation, Dushyant is full of confidence with the support that the JJP is getting from the public. Anyway, no one knows when the possibilities and sensibilities in politics will make him the king. Jaganmohan Reddy, son of former Congress Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy in Andhra Pradesh formed his new party and today he is in power.
Previous records were broken in Dushyant’s Jind rally
Not only this, when Dushyant held a rally in Jind announcing his new party after being expelled from the Indian National Lok Dal on December 9, 2018, more than 6 lakh people participated in it, which was the rally of late Chaudhary Devi Lal in the year 1986. After that, for the first time, there was a huge crowd. Jannayak Janata Party’s first examination was in the Jind by-election in which it got 37631 votes.
Ajay Singh Chautala’s eldest son Dushyant Chautala was born on 3 April 1988 in Daroli, Hisar district. After his early education from Hisar and Himachal Pradesh, Dushyant graduated in Business Administration from the University of California and did his Master of Laws from the National Law University. Dushyant got married to Megha Chautala on 18 April 2017.
Dushyant has registered the name of being the youngest MP of the country in the Limca Book of Records. Dushyant Chautala was elected MP from Hisar in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections at the age of 26.