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  • Press Releases 13-07-2017

    • Chandigarh, July 13 –A pond emitting foul smellin Keorak village of Kaithal districtwill soon be cleaned on a pilot basis.
    • This decision was taken at a meeting held with representatives of Koenders Water Solutions-21st Century Ventures India Private Limited under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, here today. The representatives gave a presentation on their first-ever natural pond cleansing and beautification project.
    • Mr Manohar Lal directed that pond cleansing project in Keorak villgae be started on a pilot basis to improve the condition of the natural reservoir. Company representatives were told to start work on the pond located in the middle of the village for renewal of the health of its water.
    • Going by the success rate of the project, the government would think in terms of replicating the model in ponds in other districts under the Mahagram Yojana in the state.It is pertinent to mention here that the Chief Minister has adopted Keorak village for developing it as Adarsh village under the Vidhayak Adarsh Gram Yojna.
    • The Koenders Water Solutions had voluntarily carried out pond cleansing and beautification project in Bhanghrola village of Gurugram district. The company cleanses ponds without the use of harmful chemicals under three-part pond care programme with windmill aeration systems. Unwanted aquatic vegetation and garbage is removed for creating a balanced eco-system.
    • Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Mr Rajesh Kullar, Additional Chief Secretary, Public Health Engineering Department , Mr Sanjeev Kaushal, Principal Secretary, Irrigation, Mr Anurag Rastogi, and other senior officers of Public Health Engineering Department were also present at the meeting.
    • Chandigarh July 13: Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has directed the concerned departments to route all applications pertaining to industrial clearances through Haryana Enterprises Promotion Centre (HEPC) and depute full time Nodal Officers in the Centre for ensuring time bound clearances under one roof. 
    • Mr Manohar Lal was presiding over a meeting to review the functioning of Haryana Enterprises Promotion Centre here today. Industries and Commerce Minister, Mr Vipul Goel, Urban Local Bodies Minister, Mrs Kavita Jain and Minister of State for Labour and Employment Mr Nayab Singh Saini were also present in the meeting. 
    • It may be recalled that Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal had inaugurated the Haryana Enterprises Promotion Centre in Panchkula on February 2 this year for the benefit of new units or units under expansion, by way of providing them all clearances under single roof.
    • The Chief Minister directed that from today onwards no concerned department would receive applications in  online or offline mode pertaining to industrial clearances on their respective  portal and instead would make sure that these are routed directly to HEPC. At present, 12 different departments are working in cohesion under one roof to provide various services. These included Labour, Haryana State Pollution Control Board, Town and Country Planning, Urban Local Bodies, Industry, Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC), Uttar Haryana Bilji Vitran Nigam (UHBVN), Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (DHBVN), Public Health Engineering, Forest, Revenue and Excise and Taxation. 
    • He said that though at present the industrial clearances were being issued within maximum period of 45 days, yet efforts should be made to provide early clearances to the applicants. The State Government is committed to provide timely services to the entrepreneurs keen on setting up their units in the State so that they need to make frequent rounds of the offices to get required clearances. He also stressed the need to make the nodal officers more empowered to grant clearances in HEPC.  
    •  The  meeting was informed that as many as 802 applications has so far been received at the HEPC with investment potential of Rs 47,571 crore and employment opportunities to  2,02, 383 people. It was also informed that 66 approvals such as Consent to Establish, Operate, Change of Land Use, Building Plan Approval, Permanent Power Connection, Factory Plan are given under one roof. Apart from this, 30 more industrial services would be integrated soon with this system. 
    • Among those present in the meeting included Chief Secretary Mr D.S Dhesi, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr Rajesh Khullar, Additional Chief Secretary, Transport Mr S.S Dhillon, Principal Secretary Industries and Commerce   Mr Sudhir Rajpal, Principal Secretary Power Mr Anurag Rastogi, Principal Secretary Urban Local Bodies Mr Anand Mohan Sharan, Director -cum-Special Secretary, Town  and Country Planning Mr T.L Satyaprakash, Managing Director, HSIIDC Mr Raja Sekhar Vundru, Director, Industries and Commerce Mr Ashok Sangwan, Chief Coordinator, Industries Mr Sunil Sharma and other senior officers of the State Government.
    • Chandigarh July 13—The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, said here today that the state government had set for itself the target of ranking among the top two states in terms of the Ease of Doing Business rankings this year. 
    • Presiding over a meeting on the Ease of Doing Business here, the Chief Minister exhorted the departments concerned to jointly work for achieving the target. The Industries and Commerce Minister, Mr Vipul Goel, was also present at the meeting. 
    • He issued directions that as the World Bank and the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) were expected to carry out evaluation exercise after September 30 for the Ease of Doing Business ranking, all departments should ensure in advance ground implementation of various services, usage and feedback on the reform points.  
    • Apart from the CM Window, the online grievance redressal system, he would personally take feedback from entrepreneurs after August 1, 2017 on the services and complaints pertaining to 18 different departments at the Janta Darbars organized in the state. On the basis of this feedback, the departments would be evaluated, he added. 
    • The meeting was informed that Rapid Assessment System (RAS) had been developed to take feedback through SMS from the customers about various services being provided by the departments. As many as 89 services have been identified and are being integrated with RAS to set up a trustworthy and robust feedback system in the state. 
    • This system would help in providing feedback on real-time basis about the quality of services delievered by the departments. Besides, regular feedback is also taken from industrial bodies like the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and   Industry (FICCI) and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).  
    • Among those present at the meeting included the Chief Secretary, Mr D.S Dhesi, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Mr Rajesh Khullar, Additional Chief Secretary, Revenue, Mrs Keshni Anand Arora, Additional Chief Secretary Transport, Mr S.S Dhillon, Additional Chief Secretary, Public Health and Engineering, Mr Sanjeev Kaushal, Additional Chief Secretary, Public Works (Building and Roads), Mr Alok Nigam, Principal Secretary Industries and Commerce, Mr Sudhir Rajpal, Principal Secretary Urban Local Bodies, Mr Anand Mohan Sharan, Managing Director, HSIIDC Mr Raja Sekhar Vundru, Director, Industries and Commerce, Mr Ashok Sangwan, and other senior officers of the state government.

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