Press Releases

08 August 2020
08 August 2020

  • Chandigarh August 8: Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said that with a view to bring qualitative improvement in the education, 104 Government Schools in the State would be developed as Model Sanskriti schools. At present, there are 22 Model Sanskriti schools in the state.
  • Mr Manohar Lal was addressing a gathering after inaugurating the Government Senior Secondary School, Ballabhgarh in district Faridabad today. On this occasion, he also announced to construct a new building in Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Ballabgarh and develop Government School in Sector-3 as Model Sanskriti School.
  • Apart from this, Mr Manohar Lal also inaugurated three projects in Ballabgarh. These included a three-storey new building of Government Senior Secondary School constructed at a cost of Rs 6.20 crore, entrance gate in village Chandavali constructed at a cost of Rs 24.94 lakh and a park constructed at a cost of Rs 24.60 lakh in the same village . He also planted a sapling in the park.
  • The Chief Minister said that apart from strengthening the infrastructure in schools, all necessary facilities are being made available to the schools in the State. He said that the State Government is working on a five-pronged strategy which includes education, health, security, self-reliance and self-respect. He said that the government is also focusing on providing trained staff and other requisite facilities in schools so that children can get better education.
  • He said that the data of each and every family in the State is being collected by the State Government for the purpose of Parivar Pehchan Patra. The Parivar Pehchan Patra, he said, would prove to be very effective to curb corruption and ensuring that the benefit of various government schemes and programmes reach to the last person in the queue. The State Government is celebrating the year 2020 as ‘Sushasan Sankalp Varsh’ and is committed to provide graft-free governance in the State. The record of such children who are in the age group of 5 to 15 years and are deprived of education due to any reason is also being collected so that arrangement could be made for their education, he added.
  • He said that though the COVID-19 Pandemic has posed a new challenge to the world but we have taken this challenge as an opportunity. He said that gradually people have started bringing changes in their lifestyle. The use of technology has increased in almost every field. Children are taking online education and smart class rooms are being set up in schools. He said that farmers are giving details of their crops on the 'Meri Fasal Mera Byora’ portal'. The online registry of the land has injected transparency in the system by putting a complete check on the role of middleman. Apart from this, all the data related to land is being made online, he further added.
  • Speaking on this occasion, Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Mr Krishan Pal Gurjar said by working with the spirit of 'Sabka Saath-Sabka Vikas', Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has ensured a graft-free governance in the State. He said that development works in the State are being carried out at a rapid pace. Also, separate colleges are being opened for girls so that they do not have to go far to get education.
  • Transport and Mines and Geology Minister, Mr Mool Chand Sharma said that by inaugurating the new building of the school, Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has given a new gift to this area. He said that with the construction of this new building, the students would get a lot of convenience. He said that under the Shikshit Haryana Pariyojana, online education is being provided to the children.
  • Among those present on this occasion included MLA Badhkhal, Mrs. Seema Trikha, MLA Tigaon Mr. Rajesh Nagar, MLA Faridabad Mr. Narendra Gupta, MLA Prithla Mr. Nayan Pal Rawat, Political Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Ajay Gaur and other dignitaries.
  • Chandigarh, August 8 – Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said that Faridabad district has done commendable work to put up a tough fight against the on-going COVID-19 Pandemic and currently the doubling rate of the district has reduced to 59 days, which is very reassuring.
  • On this occasion, the Chief Minister directed the officers that more and more testing should be done to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases. Besides this, as much as possible, treatment should be done with plasma therapy also.
  • The Chief Minister was presiding over the review meeting of arrangements being made for the containment of COVID-19 infection in Faridabad today.
  • During the meeting, he directed the officers to identify hotspot areas of the district and ensure necessary implementation of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in such areas. He said that to ensure least number of casualties, all necessary arrangements should be made and timely treatment should be provided. Similarly, sufficient number of oxygen beds should also be arranged and patients should be provided oxygen as soon as required.
  • He said that more and more programmes should be organized to create awareness among the people. Police should distribute masks and flowers to people who do not use masks so as to make them aware and realize that wearing masks is very important for their own and for the health of their family. He said that if any person is challaned for not wearing mask, then five masks should be provided to them.
  • The Chief Minister said that the Department of AYUSH should distribute medicines to boost immunity and for this, help of Anganwadi workers can also be taken.
  • Deputy Commissioner, Mr. Yashpal, while apprising the Chief Minister about the arrangements being made for containment of COVID-19 in the district, said that door-to-door surveillance of every family has been done atleast four times. He said that this surveillance helped in identifying suspected patients and providing them timely treatment and also quarantining them. He informed that all departments namely Health Department, ESI, Smart City and Municipal Corporation have done commendable work in combating COVID-19 Pandemic.
  • He said that at present the recovery rate in Faridabad has reached 89 percent. He said that on an average testing of around 2000 to 2500 people is being conducted on daily basis. Different centres have been set up for this. Apart from this, four mobile vans have also been deployed for providing testing facilities in different areas.
  • He apprised the Chief Minister that psychological counselling of COVID-19 patients is also being done by Psychologists for maintaining mental health of the patients.
  • Door- to-Door survey is being conducted in 20 major colonies of the city. He said that Faridabad district is now moving towards a much better condition and recovery rate has improved significantly.
  • During this visit, Chief Minister also flagged off a modern machine brought from Italy for cleaning roads as part of Swachhta Abhiyan. The cost of this modern machine is about Rs. 2.50 crore. This machine has a unique feature of cleaning the roads without blowing dust. Apart from this, this machine is designed with such technology that it performs sprinkling of water along with cleaning. The cost of this machine for one year will be borne by MLA of Faridabad, Mr. Narender Gupta.
  • On this occasion, Union Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment, Mr. Krishanpal Gurjar, Haryana Transport Minister, Mr. Mool Chand Sharma, Mayor Faridabad, Ms. Suman Bala, MLA Badkhal, Mrs. Seema Trikha, MLA Faridabad, Mr. Narender Gupta, Political Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. Ajay Gaur and other senior officials were present.
  • Chandigarh August, 8 - Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal has given Administrative approval of Rs. 33.78 lakh for the opening of new Government Homeopathic Dispensary and construction of its building in village Barwa, in Kurukshetra district.
  • Giving this information here today, an official spokesperson said that for the Government Homoeopathic Dispensary, one post of Homoeopathic Medical Officer, Pharmacist, Homoeopathic, MPHW(Female) and two posts of Part-Time Water Carrier and Sweeper have also been approved. An amount of Rs. 34.56 lakh per year is expected to be spent on these posts.