Dushyant Chautala is a current Member of parliament representing Hisar Lok Sabha Constituency. He defeated Kuldeep Bishnoi by 31,847 votes in 2014 Lok Sabha Elections.He is the youngest MP in current Lok Sabha.
Chautala was born in Daroli of Hisar District, haryana on 3 April 1988 to Ajay Chautala and Naina Singh Chautala, daughter of Sh. Bhim Singh Godara. He is the grandson of Ch. Om Prakash Chautala and the great grandson of former Deputy Prime Minister Ch. Devi Lal. He has a younger brother, Digvijay Chautala. He did his schooling from St. Mary School, Hisar and The Lawrence School, Sanawar, Himachal Pradesh. He took admission in California State University and earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He married Meghna Chautala (Ahlawat) on 18 April 2017 at Gurugram.
He is the Youngest ever elected member or Parliament in the history of India and holds a record in ‘Limca Book of Records’.
Dushyant Chautala is youngest ever president of any sports governing body in India. He is president of Indian Table Tennis Federation of India
Dushyant Chautala is the first Indian to have been conferred high civilian honor in the assembly of Arizona (USA)
Since, 16 January 2013 Chautala has been active in the Haryana state politics.
Hisar is the administrative headquarters of Hisar district of Hisar division in the state of Haryana in northwestern India. It is located 164 km (102 mi) to the west of New Delhi, India’s capital, and has been identified as a counter-magnet city for the National Capital Region to develop as an alternative center of growth to Delhi.
The city was ruled by several major powers, including the Maurya in the third century BC, the Tughlaq in the 14th century, the Mughals in the 16th century, and the British in the 19th century. After India achieved independence, it was unified with the state of Punjab. When the Punjab was divided in 1966, Hisar became part of Haryana.
The current name was given in 1354 AD, as Hisar-e-Firoza by Firoz Shah Tughlaq, the Sultan of Delhi from 1351 to 1388. The Ghaggar and Drishadvati Rivers once flowed through the city, but they have now changed their course. Hisar has a continental climate, with very hot summers and relatively cool winters. The most commonly spoken languages are Hindi, Haryanvi, and Bagri.