Baba Balak Nath: Will history repeat itself in Tihara after forty years? Mahant Baba Balaknath is considered one of the top contenders for the post of Chief Minister of Rajasthan. Barkatullah Khan was appointed Chief Minister of Rajasthan in 1972 after winning from Tijala parliamentary constituency four years earlier (Rajasthan News). If Balaknath becomes the Prime Minister, the politics of Haryana will be affected.

Chetan Singh, Rewari. Forty years later, will history repeat itself in Tihara? Mahant Baba Balaknath is one of the strong contenders for the post of Chief Minister of Rajasthan. If Mahant Balaknath becomes the Chief Minister then the history of forty years will be repeated again.

Barkatullah Khan, who won from Tijala assembly constituency four years ago, was appointed the Chief Minister of Rajasthan in 1972 (Rajsthan News), while many MLAs who won from here also became ministers.

The development of Tijara gained momentum only after Barkatullah Khan became the Chief Minister and today Bhiwadi, the constituency town of Tijara, holds a unique place on the industrial map of the country and the world.

There is only one discussion among the people of the area and surrounding Ahirwal community and that is to make Balaknath the CM. If Balaknath becomes the Chief Minister, it will affect Haryana (Haryana News) also and the support base of Bharatiya Janata Party (Haryana Janata Party) will increase.

Baba Balaknath’s candidature for the post of Chief Minister is being campaigned on the internet media. The people here want to make Baba Balaknath the Chief Minister so that all-round development of Tijla can take place. He hopes that after four decades Tijala will once again become a star in Rajasthan.

Baba Balaknath is from Yadav community and the party can play the backward class card (OBC voter) by making him the Chief Minister. Before Baba was elected, several videos went viral on online media highlighting his staunch Hindu image.

As a result, he is popular among the youth, who see him as a firebrand leader like Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

In 1972, Baktullah Khan was elected as the provincial councilor from Tihara parliamentary constituency and became the Chief Minister of the state. However, his tenure as Chief Minister did not last long and he died suddenly in 1973. His tenure as Chief Minister may have been short, but he laid the foundation of the Bhiwadi Industrial Area and enabled Alwar district (Alwar News) to establish itself in the domestic and international industrial sectors.

Today, everything from needles to ship parts is made in Jodhpur (Jodhpur News), more than six thousand industries are established in Bhiwadi and surrounding industrial areas, which provide employment to hundreds of thousands of people.

Former Chief Minister Baktullah Khan, whose father was Prime Minister of Jodhpur state, was educated in Jodhpur and later studied law at Lucknow University. He became the first ethnic minority Chief Minister. He has good influence in various societies.

Presently there is an international cricket stadium named after former Chief Minister Baktullah Khan near Ravana Kachchputra on Par Road in Jodhpur.