Press Releases

10 April 2020
10-04-2020
10 April 2020

  • Chandigarh, April 10 - Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal has granted approval to release an amount of Rs 5.18 crore for sanitization of 2,588 panchayats across the state. The said amount will be released to panchayats with an annual income of less than Rs 2 lakh. In addition, the Chief Minister has also agreed to release money for the remaining panchayats whose annual income is more than Rs 2 lakh. Thereby, each gram panchayat can use up to Rs 20,000 for sanitation.
  • According to the amount released, each gram panchayat can spend approximately Rs 20,000 on sanitation. Similarly, Ambala district which has 221 gram panchayats will receive Rs 44,20,000, Bhiwani district which has 185 gram panchayats will receive Rs. 37,00,000, Charkhi Dadri district which has the 98 gram panchayats of will receive Rs. 19,60,000, Faridabad district which has the 57 gram panchayats will receive Rs 11,40,000, Fatehabad district which has 41 gram panchayats will receive Rs. 8,20,000, Gurugram district which has 98 gram panchayats will receive Rs 19,60,000, Hisar district which has 101 gram panchayats will receive Rs 20,20,000, Jhajjar district which has the 117 gram panchayats will receive Rs 23,40,000.
  • Likewise, Jind district, which has 82 gram panchayats will receive Rs. 16,40,000, Kaithal district which has 84 gram panchayats will receive Rs. 16,80,000, Karnal dstrict which has 92 gram panchayats will receive Rs. 18,40,000, Kurukshetra district which has 141 gram panchayats will receive Rs. 28,20,000, Narnaul district which has 219 gram panchayats will receive Rs 43,80,000, Mewat district which has 177 gram panchayats will receive Rs 35,40,000, Palwal district which has 59 gram panchayats will receive Rs 11,80,000, Panchkula district which has 123 gram panchayats will receive Rs 24,60,000, Panipat district which has 54 gram panchayats will receive Rs 10,80,000, Rewari district which has 116 gram panchayats will receive Rs 23,20,000, Rothak district which has 83 gram panchayats will receive Rs 16,60,000, Sirsa district which has 88 gram panchayats will receive Rs 17,60,000, Sonipat district which has 93 gram panchayats will receive Rs. 18, 60,000 and Yamunanagar district which has 259 gram panchayats will receive an amount of Rs 51,80,000. The said amount has already been released.
     
  • Chandigarh April 10: Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has appreciated the efforts of all Divisional Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners, Commissioner Municipal Corporations, Inspectors General of Police of Ranges, Commissioners of Police and District Superintendents of Police for providing inspiring leadership to their teams in containing the spread of Covid-19 corona virus and in maintaining the supply of essential goods and services to the people of Haryana during the national lock down.
  • Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has appreciated the efforts of all Divisional Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners, Commissioner Municipal Corporations, Inspectors General of Police of Ranges,In demi-official letters issued to 64 officers, he has recorded his appreciation for their thoughtful actions and devotion to duty in the war-like situation. He has expressed a hope that their efforts will go a longway in achieving our objective of defeating this virus in Haryana.
  • The Chief Minister has also demi-officially lauded the pains taken by senior IAS/IPS/IFS officers from the Headquarter who have been sent on special duty during the lockdown to districts for coordinating various activities and steps being taken by different Government departments.
  • He has also asked the Chief Secretary that a copy of each of the letter may also be placed in the personal file of the officer.
     
  • Chandigarh, April 10 - Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal urged the people of the State to not leave any stone unturned in the fight against COVID-19 and to fight this battle together. The person, who will fight this epidemic with all his efforts, will make a place for himself in history, he added.
  • The Chief Minister said this while addressing the people of the State on live television today. Sharing an anecdote about Battle of Khanwa fought between Rana Sanga and Babur’s forces, the Chief Minister appealed to the people of Mewat that all the Mewati brothers should fight together in the battle against COVID-19 like Shaheed Hasan Khan Mewati fought against Babur's forces along with Rana Sanga. If Mewat is with us in the fight against this pandemic then there is no difficulty in driving away this disease from Mewat, he added. He also urged the people of district Nuh to show the strength to fight this battle.
  • Mr. Manohar Lal stress upon the importance of Mewat and urged the Maulvis that they should convince the people not to venture outside and to get themselves tested and to complete the 14-day quarantine period if somebody has returned or gone outside.
  • The Chief Minister said that in Haryana 13 out of 14 Italian patients had been discharged from the hospital after recovering fully. He appealed to the people of the state to wear masks and maintain social distancing when they leave the safety of their homes. Asha Workers, Anganwadi Workers, and Self Help Groups are also performing their duties with caution. Similarly, doctors, nursing staff, pharmaceutical staff, ambulance staff, lab technicians, class IV personnel, health services personnel, and police staff are vigorously implementing the lockdown system in the state. Similarly, employees and officers of Local Bodies, Panchayat Department, District Administration, public representatives, representatives from Business and Industries and volunteers of social organizations are also engaged in this work.
  • He further said that if 2.75 lakh employees of the State work for the 2.75 crore people of the state, then the work becomes easier. He said that in this hour of crisis, many social organizations and institutions are working day and night. Thikri Pehras have been set up in the villages, relief camps are being organised, and food is being provided to the poor and needy people.
  • The Chief Minister said that people have been lodged in relief camps in the cities too and so far about 70 lakh food packets have been distributed by the State Government and social organizations. The State Government is providing dry ration to the needy people. Apart from this, fodder and other food items are being provided to the gaushalas in the villages.
  • The Chief Minister said that so far Rs 72 crore has been contributed to Haryana Corona Relief Fund and the employees have also made their full contribution. In this series, more than 160 employees have contributed their one month's salary and similarly many Group-D employees have also given their monthly salary to the Corona Relief Fund.
  • During the address, the Chief Minister also interacted with some employees over the telephone. Naresh, a Group-D employee, a resident of village Pathredi, Ambala district, informed the Chief Minister that he has donated his one month’s salary to the Corona Relief Fund and he wishes to dedicatedly serve the needy people during this Pandemic. Naresh said that his father and wife inspired him to contribute to this noble cause.