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  • Press Releases 6-11-2017

    • Chandigarh, November 6: The State level Committee of the Town and Country Planning Department which met under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal here today finalized the Draft Development Plan of Faridabad. Besides, the Committee also approved the first Draft Development Plan of Pehowa for inviting objections and suggestions from the general public.
    • The Draft Development Plan of Faridabad had been prepared for the projected population of over 38 lakh upto the year 2031. The Chief Minister directed the officers to construct high rise buildings as it would provide more open spaces to the people. The State Government is committed to ensure systematic development of rural areas and providing all facilities to the people at par with urban areas, he added. He directed the officers to maintain the green belt or open spaces as earmarked in the Development Plan. 
    • On the matter of development of sectors of Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA), the Chief Minister said that the Authority should make efforts to develop sectors preferably   in those areas where residential facilities are not being provided by any private developers. The aim of the government is to take development in those areas which are deprived of it, he added. The State Government has decided that the private developers have to give 12 per cent of the land to the Government for development works. 
    • The Draft Development Plan of Faridabad was published on July 14, 2014 by Town and Country Planning Department and by Urban Local Bodies Department on July 18, 2014. As many as 478 and 164 objections and suggestions were received by Town and Country Planning and Urban Local Bodies Department respectively.  After examining these objections and suggestions, the recommendations of District Level Committee and Metropolitan Planning Committee were deleberated upon in today’s meeting and the Draft Development was finalized for publication. 
    • It was informed in the meeting, in the Development Plan of Faridabad, while 14,328 hectare area which comprise of 41.69 per cent has been kept for residential purposes, 2069 hectare land has been kept for commercial purpose, 6179 hectare for industrial purpose, 4020 hectare for transport and communication, 638 hectares for public utility, 1299 hectares for public and semi public uses, 5314 hectare for open spaces, parks and green belts and 448 hectares for special zone. 
    • The Draft Development Plan of Pehowa has been prepared for the projected population of 1.10 lakh upto  2031 AD. It has seven residential sectors that is Sector No. 1, 2, 3, 4A, 7A, 9 and 10 and three commercial sectors including Sector  No. 4, 7 and 12, two public and semi public sectors and one sector each of  industrial, transport and communication and open space. 
    • The Chief Minister directed that keeping in view the religious significance of Pehowa, a separate provision should be made in the Draft Draft Development Plan. On this, he was apprised that an area has been kept reserved for River Sarawati passing through Pehowa.
    • Among those present in the meeting include Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Mr Rajesh Khullar, Additional Principal Secretary Dr Rakesh Gupta, Additional ChiefSecretary, Revenue Mrs Keshni Anand Arora, Additional Chief Secretary, Power Mr P.K Das, Principal Secretary, Industries Mr Sudhir Rajpal, Principal Secretary, Town and Country Planning Department Mr Arun Kumar Gupta, Principal Secretary, Development and Panchayats Mr Anurag Rastogi, Director, Town and Country Planning Department Mr T.L Satyaparkash, Excise and Taxation Commissioner Mrs Ashima Brar, Director, Information, Public Relations and Languages Department, Mr Samir Pal Srow and other senior officers of the State Government.
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    • Chandigarh, Nov 6- Haryana Government has requested the states of Rajasthan, Punjab, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh to launch stray cattle-free programme in their respective states so that unwanted migration of such cattle could be prevented effectively in the state.
    • In a demi-official letter addressed to the Chief Minister’s of Rajasthan, Punjab, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, Mr Manohar Lal informed that sometime large number of stray cattle enters in Haryana, which shares a large part of its boundary with these states, from other side of border. This has adversely affected the stray cattle-free programme of the state. He urged them to cooperate in this noble cause and launched a similar programme in their respective states so that the entire region could be made completely stray cattle-free. 
    • Referring the stray cattle-free programme launched in the state, the Chief Minister said that it had been launched to tackle the problem of stray cattle by way of rehabilitating these animals in the gaushalas, nandishalas, gau-grah and cattle ponds at various places in the state. The government has shifted more than 90 per cent stray cattle to these centres and provided them a better environment to live in. This move had not only made the roads animal free and lowered the incidences of accidents but also prevented the loss to our farmers as these animals were also damaging their crops.

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