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Law Making Bodies of India

This section aims to brief about all level of national to village/city level law making functionaries and about their corresponding houses:

National Government:

Law Making House: National Parliament Nai Dilli which consist of Upper and Lower two houses. Upper house is called as National Parliament and Lower House is called as Rajyasabha. Both make laws in pan-Indian perspectives.

Prime Designates of these houses:

Honorable Prime Minister of India
Sh. Narendra Modi, BJP-NDA
About: Sh. Narendra Modi, was born on 17 September 1950 at in Vadnagar in Mehsana district of Gujrat state of India into an OBC family of grocers. He is the 14th and current Prime Minister of India. Before being designated as PM of India, he served the Gujrat
state as CM for 12 years. He is first non-congress leader of India, who got majority to his party under his leadership as PM candidate during 16th parliamentary general elections of India.
Education: Masters of Political Science.
Professional career: Starting the career as a RSS worker, thou served many functionary positions in BJP until became CM of Gujarat in 2002. He has served as state president of his party for Haryana and Himachal Pradesh in 1995. He is a well known for his nationalist agenda of uniting the nation as "Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas".
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Haryana State Government:

Law Making House:
State Assembly Senate, Chandigarh

Prime Designates of the house:

Honorable Chief Minister of Haryana
Sh. Manohar Lal Khattar, BJP
About: Manohar Lal Khattar was born 5 May 1954 in Nindana village of Maham tehsil in Rohtak district. Later on his family shifted to nearby Baniyani village due to professional priorities. He is a Politician belonging to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), and current Chief Minister of Haryana. He represents Karnal constituency. He assumed the current office on 26th October 2014.
Education: He completed his Matriculation from Pandit Neki Ram Sharma Government College, Rohtak. He then moved to Delhi, and ran a shop near Sadar Bazar, while pursuing and completing a Bachelor's degree from Delhi University.
Honorable Ex. Chief Minister of Haryana
Sh. Bhupender Singh Hooda, INC
About: Shri. Bhupender Singh Hooda was born on 15 September 1947 at Sanghi village of Rohtak district. He is a leader of Indian National Congress who has been Chief Minister of Haryana since March 2005. He began a second term in October 2009 after leading the
Congress Party to an election victory. This was the first time since 1972 that a party had returned to power in Haryana.
Education: B.A., LL.B. from Panjab University, Chandigarh and University of Delhi.
Professional career: He is a senior advocate by profession.
Political career: Shri. Hooda started his political career in 1972 when he became president, Block Congress Committee, Kiloi, Haryana and since then serving the state with utter dedication.
Award and honor: He was awarded with 19th JAI National Award 2011, as Best Chief Minister of India by Mr. Oscar Fernandes (Former Cabinet Minister) program organized by Journalist Association of India.
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Nidana Village's Local representation in National Parliament:

Honorable MP of Sonipat
Sh. Ramesh Kaushik, BJP
About: Shri. Ramesh Kaushik hails from Samapur Village of Gannaur Tehsil of Sonipat District in state of Haryana. He is the current and 16th MP from Sonipat parliamentary constituency. He got elected on ticket of BJP.
Education: B.A., L.L.B.
Professional career: Agriculture, Advocate
Political career: He held many political positions and reponsibilities in Indian National Congress Party before joining Bhartiya Janta Party at the eve of General Elections of India for 16th Parliament.
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Nidana Village's Local representation in State Assembly:

Honorable MLA of Julana
Sh. Paramender Singh Dhull, INLD
About: Information yet to receive (IYtR)
Profile details: IYtR
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District Council (Zila Parisad): The publically elected body to govern the whole district. District is divided into regional segments and each segment send one publically elected representative to district council. Nidana elects its member in a group of 9 villages.

Block Committee (Samiti): The second in administrative hierarchy from bottom, a publically elected government body above Gram Panchayat. For Nidana it is elected by people of Nidana and Bhairon Kheda village collectively.

Other Local Councils:
Jind sugar mills association.

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Decisions taken in these organizations put both direct as well as indirect impacts on Indian System. These are not observed at such a discrete level of village with so much attention but their decisions play major role in our Political, Economical as well as Social Policy makings. These are:
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