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  • Press Releases 8-10-2017

    • Chandigarh, Oct 8– Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said that under Swarna Jayanti Yojana, the State Government has decided to launch Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV) in December 2017. He said that PCV costs about Rs. 4,000 per dose, which comes around Rs. 10,000 to 12,000 for a child. With the launch of PCV vaccine, people of Haryana would save about Rs 500 crore.
    • The Chief Minister, who was speaking after launching the Intensified Mission Indradhanush (MI) round in four districts including Faridabad, Palwal, Mewat and Gurugram, in Gurugram today, said that children are the supreme assets of our country and their health is important for the growth of the state and our nation.
    • He said that Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi and Haryana Health Minister, Mr. Anil Vij also launched the Intensified Mission Indradhanush in Vadnagar, Gujarat and Ambala Cantonment, respectively. Intensified Mission Indradhanush is Flagship initiative of the Government of India to increase immunization coverage by vaccinating all unvaccinated and partially vaccinated children (up to 2 years) and pregnant women as per Routine Immunization schedule.
    • Earlier, the State has completed four phases under Mission Indradhanush. The achievement of Mission Indradhanush Phase-4 (April-August 2017) was also discussed under which total 5,463 sessions were held in which 51,578 children and 20,479 pregnant women were vaccinated and 11,434 children have been fully immunized. Although during phase I, II, III and IV, total 1,32,156 sessions were held in which 9,65,424 children and 2,63,549 pregnant women were vaccinated and 2,17,273 children have been fully immunized from Vaccine preventable Diseases such as Tuberculosis, Polio, Diphtheria, Whooping Cough, Tetanus, Hemophillus Influenza B Pneumonia and Meningitis, Hepatitis B, Measles and Rotavirus Diarrhoea.
    • Haryana is catering around six lakh newborns, with over two lakh immunization sessions planned per year. There have been a lot of initiatives taken to improve the coverage and quality of services in the Universal Immunization Programme. Full Immunization Coverage of Haryana is 62.2 per cent as per NFHS-4 survey, which range from 97 per cent in Ambala to 13 per cent in Mewat.
    • The Chief Minister said that the impact of MI across the districts over the four phases, in improving the immunization coverage has been acknowledged at the highest level. The Prime Minister through PRAGATI platform emphasized the need of a supplemental aggressive action plan to cover all left out and drop out in selected districts in urban cities with low Routine Immunization (RI) coverage in a specific time frame. Now, the Government of India has launched nationwide intensified routine immunization drive to close the immunization gap.
    • The intensified Mission Indradhanush drive would be closely monitored at the district, state and central level at regular intervals. It would be viewed by the Cabinet Secretary at the National level and would continue to be monitored at the highest level under “PRAGATI”. All other departments such as Women and Child, Panchayati Raj, Public Relations, Education, Medical Education and Research, Labour, Railways, Sports and Youth Affairs, Information and Broadcasting, Defence and Home Affairs and Urban Development have also been included for their support for the Intensified Mission Indradhanush activity.
    • He said that wider publicity was key strategy to generate awareness among public and for raising demand of immunization services under Intensified Mission Indradhanush. The Mission would help communities, parents and key stakeholders to understand the importance of routine immunization in protecting children from life-threatening diseases, increase their confidence in vaccines, address their misconceptions and fears, and motivate them to seek immunization services. It would help reaching the unreached with key routine immunization messages and collaborative implementation of communication aimed at achieving 90 per cent full immunization coverage.
    • Chandigarh, Oct 8 – The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has said that no licenses would be issued for new meat shops in the residential areas of Gurugram, and a master plan would be prepared to provide adequate amount of drinking water for the residents of the city. Besides, a three-member committee will be constituted to deal with the issues related to sewerage congestion and water problem in old Gurugram.
    • The Chief Minister said this while presiding over monthly meeting of the District Public Grievances Committee in Gurugram today. As many as 28 complaints were made at the meeting out of which maximum were resolved on the spot.
    • The committee constituted to deal with the issues related to sewerage and water problem in old Gurugram would submit its report in two days to the Commissioner, Municipal Corporation. Two machines would be purchased by the year-end for sewerage cleaning. Until these are bought cleaning would be done by taking machines on rent.
    • Regarding a complaint pertaining to the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) about getting removed unauthorised construction being carried out in Sector 46 market, the Chief Minister directed HUDA officers to do the needful. In response, the officers informed the Chief Minister that the unauthorised constructions in Sector 46 market and other sectors of HUDA would be got removed on October 23, 2017.
    • He was also informed that by December 15, 2017, unauthorised constructions in the markets of all HUDA sectors would be got removed by launching a Remove Encroachment Campaign. Regarding another complaint pertaining to HUDA land in Sector 38 being illegally used for constructing slums, the Chief Minister directed the officers to get vacated all illegal possessions.
    • On the complaint of residents of Woodstock, Nirvana Country, Sector 50, that they were being harassed by the Nirvana Residents Welfare Association which had blocked the road, the Chief Minister directed the Commissioner of Police, Gurugram, to get the road opened by tomorrow.
    • When a similar complaint was made by Anil Kumar, a resident of Part-31 of Sector 41, regarding illegal construction of an entry gate for the guest house in their sector, the Chief Minister directed the officers to get the entry gate removed.
    • On the issue of increasing the height of the road from Bhuteshwar temple to Khandsa, the Chief Minister said a meeting in this regard would be held by officers to take stock of actual condition of the road.
    • Others present in the meeting included Public Works (Buildings and Roads) Minister, Rao Narbir Singh, MLAs Mr. Umesh Aggarwal, Mrs. Bimla Chaudhary, Mr. Tejpal Tanwar, Chairman, Haryana Housing Board, Mr. Jawahar Yadav and other dignitaries.
    • Chandigarh, Oct 8- Chairman and members of Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) would be appointed by the end of this month.  After that the aggrieved people of builder areas would be able to file their complaints before the RERA authority and they would get relief from there. One can file a complaint in RERA authority even if the real estate project is not registered under RERA.
    • This was stated by the Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal while hearing complaints of the people in the Janta Darbar organized at Swantrata Senani Zila Parishad Hall of Gurugram today.  
    • He also ordered the police to register the complaint even if it is for the loss of minor thing like needle, the increase in number of FIRs does not matter because the truthfulness of the complaint will be revealed on investigation.
    • He gave directions on the spot to the officers to solve the problems faced by the people. In today’s Darbar about 300 complaints were put before the Chief Minister who directed the concerned officers to take action on these complaints within next 10 days and send action-taken report to him.
    • The response of the people in Janta Darbar was overwhelming. While hearing the complaint of a native of village Ghata, the Chief Minister ordered suspension of investigating officer ASI Charan Singh. The complainant had alleged that electricity meter and wire of his house was stolen and the police registered the case in this regard after the intervention of the court. Now, the investigating officer was not investigating the case properly, rather he was threatening the complainant.
    • Disposing of a complaint against the builder, Some complaints of irregularities in cooperative group housing societies also came before the Chief Minister who said that there are about 25 cooperative group housing societies in Gurugram and majority of them have disputes of one or the other kind. He announced that a commission would be formed to hear and solve all disputes of cooperative group housing societies here. The complainants were from Sunehara-Apna Ghar cooperative society, whose number of members is disputed.
    • In today’s darbar, the matter of completing Dr B R Ambedkar park in ward no. 13 of Farukhnagar also came before the Chief Minister and the complainant alleged that despite a resolution from the Municipal Committee, Farukhnagar, the park had not been developed fully. The resolution was passed on 29 May, 2015. The Chief Minister ordered to impose the fine of Rs. 1000 per month on the officer responsible for this delay. Disposing of another complaint, the Chief Minister clarified that since all of Gurugram district lies in Dark Zone, permission for digging new tubewells cannot be granted. The demand of new tubewell came from a farmer of village Bhora-Kalan.
    • Regarding erecting gates in Sushant Lok-3, it was told that there is a committee under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner which gives permission for erection such gates for security reasons. The Chief Minister said that Sushant Lok-1 and 2 would be soon included into the Municipal Corporation, Gurugram area which is near finalization. He said that any residential area or colony can be taken up by MCG, if more than 50 percent of its residents requested for it.
    • On  this occasion, PWD Minister Rao Narbir Singh, MLAs Mr Umesh Aggarwal, Tejpal Tanwar and Bimla Chaudhary, Chairman, Haryana Housing Board, Jawahar Yadav and many other dignitaries were also present.

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