Press Releases

05 November 2020
05-11-2020
05 November 2020

  • Chandigarh November 5: Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal said that as the bus stand at Israna, district Panipat has become ineffective due to the construction of a flyover, there is a provision of a new bus stand in place of the existing one at the beginning or end of the flyover as per availability of land for the convenience of the people of the area.
  • Mr Manohar Lal was replying to a question during the question hour on the first day of the ongoing session of Haryana Vidhan Sabha here today.
  • He said that all necessary facilities including separate toilets for male and female would also be provided at the new bus stand.
  • On the demand for a bus stand at village Madlauda, in district Panipat, the Chief Minister said that at present there is a bus queue shelter at Madlauda. He said that the village has expanded gradually in the due course of time and there is a need for a bus stand there. He said that a new bus stand would be got constructed by the State Government at Madlauda provided that the village Panchayat provides required land for the same.
     
  • Chandigarh November 5: While taking a significant decision in the interest of candidates belonging to Economic Weaker Sections (EWS) of the society, Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal today announced that relaxation of 5 years in age would be provided to the EWS category candidates in police recruitment.
  • Mr Manohar Lal made this announcement on the first day of Haryana Vidhan Sabha Session here today.
  • The Chief Minister said that the State Government has implemented the provision of 10 per cent reservation to EWS category candidates in the government jobs on the pattern of Centre Government.
  • He said that no age relaxation was admissible to EWS category candidates in police recruitment till now. Suggestions were recieved in this regard and after considering the same, now it has been decided to grant age relaxation of 5 years to EWS candidates in recruitment to the police department.
     
  • Chandigarh, November 5 - Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said that the Agriculture bills, which have been recently passed by the Central Government are in the favour of farmers as the procurement of crops in the mandis will be done at Minimum Support Price as before. In Punjab, only paddy and wheat are procured at the Minimum Support Price, but apart from paddy and wheat, mustard, millet, moong, groundnut, sunflower, etc. are also procured in the mandis of Haryana and this may be the only state in country to procure these many crops.
  • The Chief Minister gave this information when Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda and other Congress MLAs opposed the Agriculture Bills during the first day of the ongoing session of Haryana Vidhan Sabha here today. He said that a vote of thanks should be passed in the House and the same should be sent to the Central Government.
  • The Chief Minister said that kharif crops are being procured in the mandis of Haryana for the last one month at the Minimum Support Price. This has neither closed the mandis nor has affected MSP. He said that Congress is only in favour of misleading and exploiting the farmers regarding Agricultural Bills. The Chief Minister challenged the Leader of the Opposition that the government is ready to discuss Agriculture Ordinances in the House tomorrow.
     
  • Chandigarh, November 5 - Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said that the main objective of passing the Haryana State Employment of Local Candidates Bill, 2020 in the Haryana Vidhan Sabha today is to provide maximum employment opportunities to the youth of the state.
  • The Chief Minister said this during the discussion on the Bill in the House on the first day of the ongoing session in the Haryana Vidhan Sabha today.
  • He also apprised the House that states like Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh have already passed similar laws.
  • The Chief Minister said that after the passing of this bill, industries will have to give minimum 10 percent quota to the youth of the district concerned in jobs of up to Rs 50,000. In this manner, Haryana has 22 districts and if any industry wishes, they can give more than 10 percent quota to the youth of any district, but must provide 75 percent of the total quota to the youth of the State.
  • The Chief Minister clarified that even before 2014, previous governments had made a provision to give 75 per cent jobs to the local youth in the industrial units set up in HSIIDC plots, but no government had properly monitoring it. There was a strike in the Honda company in the last term as well, but discussions with the industries it has been agreed upon after which it has been presented in the House today in the form of a bill, he added. He said that this will not only benefit the districts where the industry will be set up, but other districts will also benefit from it.