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  • Press Release 11-07-2018

    • Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal welcoming the Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi during 'Kisan Kalyan Rally' at Malout, Punjab on July 11, 2018. Former Chief Minister, Punjab, Sardar Parkash Singh Badal is also seen in the picture.
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    • Chandigarh July 11: Under ‘Ek Aur Sudhar Programme’ to roll out one reform every month, Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal will address about 2000 women from different parts of the State at Indradhanush Auditorium in Panchkula on July 12 and announce significant decisions to further empower  women and ensure their safety and security.
    • While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that Mahila Sammelans have been organized in different districts through the ‘Ek Aur Sudhar Cell’ in which Project Director of the Cell, Mr Rocky Mittal not only took their suggestions and feedback but also recorded the same in the form of a documentary. On the basis of these suggestions, the Chief Minister would make announcements amidst thousands of women, he added.
    • The spokesman said that during its three-and-a-half year tenure, the present State Government has laid special emphasis on setting up women police stations at district level to further strengthen the policing system. Apart from this, women police personnel have been recruited in the State police force. He said that apart from district headquarters, women help desks have been set up in 38 sub divisions which have instilled a sense of awareness among the women about their safety and security. He said that nod by the Government for the purchase of 50 vehicles for women police stations and implementation of a pilot project of mahila police volunteers’ scheme in Karnal and Mahendergarh would further help keeping  a vigil for the prevention of crime. Also, Durga Shakti Rapid Action Force is being set up at district level to check the incidents of eve teasing.
    • He said that the Chief Minister is quite concerned about the security and empowerment of women in the State. The suggestions taken from the women from different parts of the State would further help the State Government in preparing a blueprint to further strengthen the safety and security of women, he added.
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    • Chandigarh, July 11---The Haryana Finance Minister, Captain Abhimanyu, has asked the Punjab Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder Singh, not to consider the suggestion made by the Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, for holistic development of the tri-city (Panchkula-Chandigarh-Mohali) through political prism. The proposal relates to development of the tri-city and should be looked at from that perspective only, he added.
    • Captain Abhimanyu was answering a question at the press conference here today about the panel discussion convened yesterday on the planned holistic development of the tri-city. On the lines of the NCR which has been developed into a large economic zone, the tri-city too can be developed into a big economic hub. It would benefit the border states of Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh.
    • In response to a question about the increase in the MSP of Kharif crops being described by the Congress leader, Mr Randeep Singh Surjewala, as a deception by the Central Government, Capt Abhimanyu said it would have been better if Mr Surjewala had talked about his experience in the Haryana Assembly which had been longing for his presence for the last three-and-a-half years.
    • Captain Abhimanyu advised him (Mr Surjewala) and other Opposition leaders to participate in the upcoming monsoon session of the State Assembly, instead of reducing politics to an arena of wrestling by giving unnecessary statements.
    • On the issue of imposing GST on agriculture and related equipment, Captain Abhimanyu said at all the 27 meetings of the GST Council decisions were taken with full consent of all the members, including the Finance Ministers of states governed by the Congress or their representatives.

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