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  • Press Releases 9-07-2017

    • Chandigarh, July 9– Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal said that Industrial Training Institutes will be renamed as Kaushal Vikas Kendra (KVK) in the state. In these centers, youth will be provided with the facility of 800 different types of courses to make them eligible for employment.
    • The Chief Minister was addressing a well attended public meeting at village Rakhi Garhi, in Hisar today. He said that the unemployed youth is being given monthly salary of Rs 9,000 in lieu of 100 hours work under the Saksham Yuva scheme. He called upon the youth to prepare themselves for self employment.
    • The Chief Minister said that opposition parties were misleading people about the crop insurance scheme. He informed that by paying only 1.5 to 2 per cent premium, farmers are getting insurance cover from Rs 20,000 to Rs 25,000. He said that compensation of Rs 10,000 per acre was recommended in the Swaminathan Commission's report, but in the first year, our government has made it Rs 12,000 per acre. Earlier, the Congress government paid Rs 6,000 per acre compensation. 
    • Chandigarh, July 9 – While accepting the long pending demand of people from Siwani area, Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has announced that the Siwani region will be included in Hisar district. 
    • The Chief Minister was addressing the people during 68th State level Van Mahotsav at Siwani today.
    • For the past 21 years, people of Siwani town and surrounding villages were demanding their inclusion in Hisar district instead of Bhiwani, he added.
    • While accepting the demands put forth by BJP State Vice President JP Dalal, the Chief Minister said that special plan is being prepared in Loharu-Siwani area for water conservation, which will be implemented soon. He said that National level coaches and sports facilities will be provided at Bahal Stadium. Veterinary Hospital will be started in Siwani Gaushala. The Chief Minister announced Rs. 10 crores for development of villages of Loharu assembly constituency, and Rs. five crores for Loharu and Siwani Municipalities.
    • Mr Manohar Lal announced the construction of Ambedkar Bhawan in five villages and Gram Sachivalayas in 16 villages. He said that the sewerage facility would be provided to Bahal and Badwa villages under Mahagram Yojana. Agricultural lab will be set up for facilitating farmers in Bahal and Loharu.
    • Two Railway Under Bridge will be constructed in Nagla and Baralu villages between Rewari and Sadlpur railway line. He announced the construction of two fire brigade stations in Siwani and Loharu. He announced the start of postgraduate classes from next year in Siwani's Seth Meghraj Jindal College. He also approved all the roads constructed by Marketing Board.
    • He said that Southern Haryana region would avail maximum benefit after the completion of construction of big water projects such as Renuka Dam, two dams in Uttarakhand, the water in SYL and Hansi-Butana Canal.
    • Forests Minister Rao Narbir Singh, Member of Parliament Mr Dharambir  Singh, CPS Dr Kamal Gupta, MLA Mr  Ghanshyam Saraf and others were also present on this occasion. 
    • Chandigarh, July 9–The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has said that the state government will encourage such farmers as grow other than water-guzzling crops like paddy. For this, the government is preparing a scheme under which Rs 8,000 to Rs 10,000 per acre will be provided to those farmers who decide to make the switch. 
    • Apart from this, water will be supplied through pipes instead of canals and drains in the sandy areas of the state. The state has sanctioned a budget of Rs.2200 crore to widen and strengthen the Western Yamuna Canal, which will be completed with the help of NABARD.
    • The Chief Minister, who was addressing a well attended public meeting in the village of Rakhi Garhi, in Hisar today, said the state government was contemplating to implement an effective policy to reduce the consumption of water in agriculture. 
    • For the first time in 30 years, success has been achieved in delivering water to the tail in areas like Bahal and Loharu. Several schemes have been implemented by the state government to promote micro irrigation. The government has increased the irrigation budget by 20 per cent this year. 
    • The Chief Minister said an international fruit mandi would be set up on 600 acres of land at Gannaur to enable the farmers engaged in horticulture to get a bigger market to sell their produce. As many as 54 out of the 108 mandi in the state had been made online. The income of small farmers would be increased through dairy, fish farming, poultry and bee keeping etc, he added.

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