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  • Press Releases 4-09-2017

    • Chandigarh, September 4--The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has made it clear that the state government would not submit to any pressure, and work according to its policies. He was addressing a press conference in Rewari today
    • Answering a query on the issue of Jat reservation, Mr Manohar Lal said the Backward Classes Commission, an autonomous body, was seized of the matter and would submit its report.   
    • In reply to another question, he said the projects being implemented in the state had been fast-tracked with the assistance of the Central Government. The Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi, himself reviews the progress of important national projects every month, and efforts are being made to remove the obstacles, if any, in their implementation.
    • The Chief Minister said the present state government is about to   complete its three-year tenure next month, and, co-incidentally, it was his third visit to Rewari. Rewari is the eleventh district the headquarter of which he has visited. During the tenure of the present government, work has been done to bring about a positive change in the system. In this direction, various schemes of public welfare have been implemented.
    • Overall development of each district is being ensured without any discrimination, regionalism and nepotism. Now there is no need for any recommendation for entering government job as youths are being given jobs purely on merit basis, and without any discrimination. Those aspiring for government jobs have again started going to the coaching centres to preapre themselves for tests, he added. 
    • The Chief Minister said the state government had introduced a new system to put an end to corruption in the state. Earlier, teachers seeking a transfer, had to make frequent rounds of political leaders and government officers but after implementation of the online teachers transfer policy, they are being given posting at the stations of their choice.
    • Colleges are being opened every 20 kilometers and 29 new colleges are being constructed. Apart from this, various steps have been taken for the welfare of farmers in the state. 
    • Mr Manohar Lal said 24-hour power supply had been ensured in three districts namely, Ambala, Panchkula and Gurugram. Similarly, 24-hour power supply is being made available on three feeders in district Rewari. Out of the 100 announcements made for Rewari, only 14 are pending and the rest have either been completed or work on these is in progress.
    • Emphasis is being laid on rural and urban development in the state. Against the 3.25 lakh complaints received on the CM Window, 2.5 lakh complaints have been disposed of. Apart from this, the government is also working on a scheme to provide houses to those families who do not have a roof over the head. 
    • It is for the first time under the present state government that water has reached the tail-ends of canals in the state. Efforts are being made to ensure that water reaches the remaining 50 such tail-ends, and, for this, repair work is in progress. Water has reached Bahal tail for the first time during the last 30 years. 
    • Among those present included the Minister of State for Public Health and Engineering Department, Dr Banwari Lal, MLAs namely, Mr Bikram Singh Yadav and Mr Randhir Singh Kapriwas, and other prominent people of the area.
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    • Chandigarh, September 4: Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal today said that industrial areas of Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) would be transferred to Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) so as to avoid any inconvenience to the industrialists in the State. 
    • Mr Manohar Lal was addressing the industrialists of Rewari, Dharuhera and Bawal in a meeting held in Rewari today. 
    • The Chief Minister said that apart from this,  a new system would be evolved to maintain proper coordination with the industries at district level and under this, the scope of District Industries Centre could be further enhanced. He said that approval has been granted for the setting up of 15 clusters in the State for the effective management and disposal of solid waste. Tenders have been invited for three clusters namely Gurugram, Faridabad and Sonipat, he added.  
    • While exhorting the industrialists to also work in the fields of health education and villages, he said that they should contribute maximum through their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and become a partner in the development process of the State. He said that today being an era of Information Technology (IT), special emphasis is being given on providing various facilities online. 
    • He said that industries have played a vital role in the development of the State and therefore, the State Government is implementing new schemes and policies to enable the industrial sector to flourish. He said if any industry faces any problem the same would be resolved one-by-one. He also appealed the industrialists to deal with the labourers through Psychological methods. He said that the act of taking over the possession of factory plant by the labourers would be declared as illegal and a circular in this regard would soon be issued. 
    • The Chief Minister said that the economic condition of any State largely depends upon the condition of its industries. He said that now there is no VAT system after the implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in the country. He said that under GST Act, the State’s income depends upon the goods purchased by the buyers and therefore, the industries in Haryana should ensure giving maximum employment to the youth of the State. With this, the money earned by the youth would be spent in the Haryana only and the State would be able to generate income through GST. 
    • He said that the State Government would soon gather information about the work force in the interest of the State. He said that the State Government has set up a Skill Development University in Palwal in which training courses for the industrial workers had already been started. He said that the industrialists should give training to the youth as per the industry requirement and also give them employment. 
    • Various other issues were also discussed in the meeting. The Chief Minister gave necessary directions to officers concerned to resolve the problems being faced by the industrialists at the earliest. 
    • Among those present in the meeting included Minister of State for Public Health and Engineering Department, Dr Banwari Lal, MLAs namely Mr Bikram Singh Yadav and Mr Randhir Singh Kapriwas and senior officers of the State Government.
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    • Chandigarh, Sept 4 - Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal today announced a slew of incentives for the people of Panchkula and Kalka assemblies, including construction of Railway Under Bridge in Sector 19 level crossing on Ambala-Chandigarh Railway line in Panchkula, construction of Garbage Treatment Plant and shifting of Dumping Round from Sector 23, Panchkula to some other place, re-carpeting of internal roads in Panchkula, installation of Panjiri Plant and Mini Milk Plant at Kalka and construction of Chat-Pooja Ghat at Ghaggar River.
    • Disclosing this here today, Officer on Special Duty to Chief Minister, Mr Amarjit Singh said that as per the demand of the people of the area, Chief Minister had announced 54 developmental works including 19 for Panchkula and 35 for Kalka assembly. 
    • In Panchkula, he said that Chat-Pooja Ghat would be constructed at Ghaggar River for Uttar Pradesh and Bihar residents like Sector-42 Lake in Chandigarh. The Chief Minister also announced repair of civil dispensary in Sector-12-A, naming of Sector-26-27 chowk as Sant Kabir Chowk, allotment of Rehri Market in Sector-19, solving water issues in village Kharak Mangoli, widening of road from village Mantanwala to Naraingarh, upgradation of government high school Bunga to the level of Senior Secondary School and rehabilitation of Rajiv Colony, Indira Coloy and Kharag Mangoli Jhugi-Jhopri colonies. 
    • He said that Municipal Corporation Building would be constructed in Panchkula. Apart from beautification of Panchkula entry points, Sahaz Safai Kendra would be constructed in each sector in the town. He also announced setting up iron railing, completion of streets and construction of bus shelter at sector-12A, providing basis amenities in labour colonies and procurement of hydraulic platform for extinguishing of fire in high-rise societies in Panchkula. 
    • Referring to the announcements made for Kalka assembly, he said that Ayurvedic dispensary would be constructed at village Kajiyana and Community Health Centre, Raipur Rani would be developed as referral unit. Among other works included construction of new building of Police Station at Raipur Rani, installation of new transformer for public health tubewell in Samanwa, installation of tubewells in Prempura and Natwal, construction of road from Badisher to Thapli, repair of road  from link road to Dharampur Harijan Basti, construction of road of Shivalik Development Board in Pinjore, repair of pulia and drainage of water in Khera Sita Ram and installation of electricity pole and transformer near Baba Badhbhag Singh Gurudwara in village Majra Mehtab. 
    • Similarly, Mr Manohar Lal also announced upgradation of school in village Dhatogda in Pinjore, construction Dharampur Kalka road to Kaguwala, construction of street in Harijan Basti at village Bhogpur, providing and fixing of interlock paver block in pinjore, construction of park and nullah in Lekhu colony, ward-3, Pinjore, construction of CC roads from Saints Thomas School and Sukhdev and Ram Avtar to Nanak Rana in Tipra village, CC road in Himshikha colony ward-5, and some other wards in Pinjore, construction of toilets in village Ishar Nagar and Palika Market in Ward-5, construction of toilets in motor market Chandimandir Ward-6 and some other roads in Pinjore. 
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    • Chandigarh, Sept 4-- The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar  Lal, has  said that some objectionable items found during the sanitization of Namcharcha Ghars in the State. As many as 117 Namcharcha Ghars, associated with the Dera, have been sanitized in the state.
    • Addressing a press conference in Rewari today, the Chief Minister said the search operation would now be launched under the supervision of  court. The Dera has deposited its arms with the state government and the people there are cooperating with the government.
    • Asked about searching other Deras in the state, Mr Manohar Lal said, “It is okay if these are running in right manner but, in case any complaint is received against any one of them, strict action would be taken.” 
    • Those present included the Minister of State for Public Health and Engineering Department, Dr Banwari Lal, MLAs Mr Bikram Singh Yadav and Mr Randhir Singh Kapriwas, and other prominent people of the area.

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