“Rajasthan State president of Rashtriya Lok Samta Party” – Sandeep Saini
Sandeep Saini wanted to achieve his dream of seeing India as a strong nation where all people are free to enjoy their freedoms, law, and order is always maintained. Sandeep Saini was born in Gauthada Tehsil Khaitar, Jhunjhunu on 10 December 1986 to Shri Sita Ram Saini and Smt. Banarasi Devi. He is appointed as the Ex Chief Advisor, Chief Whip to the Parliament of India (From 2014 to 2019). He has also been appointed as the Rajasthan State President of the Rashtriya Lok Samta Party (RLSP). In 2005, Sandeep Saini obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Seth Moti Lal College, Jhunjhunu. He then proceeded with his journey of education in the department in which he was strongly connected, and thus from the Seth Moti Lal college he earned a degree of LLB in 2009. Sandeep Saini has always remained inspired by the law and he always wanted to serve the country, so that no one remains un-employed and everyone can enjoy their freedoms.
He started his political career, and because of his clear aims he was elected as Yug Janta Pradesh Chairman and Yuva Janta Dal state president of Rajasthan in January 2010, and later in October 2012, he became State president of Janta dal united. In 2013, he served the states such as Rajasthan, Bihar, and Uttar Pradesh as Rashtriya Yuva Mahasacchiv, national General Sectary Yuva Morcha Janta Dal united, and, in 2014 he was appointed the Rajasthan State President of Rashtriya Lok Samta Party.
- National Youth General Secretary at Janta Dal-United In-charge of Rajasthan, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh (2013)
- State President at Janta Dal-United, Rajasthan (2012)
- State President at Yuva Janta Dal, Rajasthan (2010)
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