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  • Press Releases 9-10-2017

    • Chandigarh, October 9—The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has said that the Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) would not charge any enhancement from the allottees in all future plot allotments. In case there is any enhancement, it would be borne by the state government for which a fund would be created. Mr Manohar Lal made this announcement while presiding over a meeting with industrialists at the HSIIDC office in Gurugram, today. Representatives of various industrial associations of Gurugram and Manesar participated in the meeting. The Chief Minister patiently heard the demands and complaints of the associations of Udhyog Vihar, Gurugram, and assured them that these would be considered sympathetically.
    • On a complaint regarding the online payment system under the e-governance, Mr Manohar Lal directed the officers concerned to ensure effective functioning of the system. He asked them to prepare a separate website on which one could lodge complaint regarding non-functional online payment system. Link should also be made available at the department’s website so that individual complaints could also be entertained.
    • While disposing of a complaint regarding the external development charges (EDC), the Chief Minister directed the officers to resolve such   long pending issues   through mediation and set up a group for this purpose. 
    • On a complaint regarding the Estate Management Procedures (EMP) policy, he said as per provisions of the amended policy, there would be no need for No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the HSIIDC on mortgage of property.
    • Regarding the parking problem and widening or roads, the Chief Minister gave the assurance that these would soon be sorted out. On a complaint regarding water tariff, he said water was being made available in Haryana at cheaper rates as compared to Chandigarh, Delhi and Punjab. 
    •  On the demand to raise the Floor Area Ratio (FAR) and bringing uniformity in it, the Chief Minister said the matter regarding increase in FAR and construction of temporary toilets in the industrial units for security personnel would be discussed. The meeting was told that out of the 2,300 industrial units in Gurugram 2,100 units have deposited their outstanding amount under the Property Tax scheme.
    • Discussion was also held in the meeting regarding improvement in the power sector. The Chief Minister said that a smart grid project was being implemented for  providing 24-hour power supply in Gurugram City. Work on this system has started. With a view to ensuring that industrialists do not face any problem, he directed officers of the Power and Industries Departments to convene a meeting to redress the complaints of industrialists. Other issues, including the problem of traffic jams and widening of roads were also discussed at the meeting. 

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