Press Releases

16 March 2020
16 March 2020

  • Chandigarh, March 16 - Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said that newly appointed Haryana Civil Service-2020 (HCS) officers should work by keeping the welfare of people as their foremost concern. While giving the mantra of 3-I's i.e. Integrity, Involvement and Innovation, to the officers, he said that they have been recruited 'Bina Parchi, Bina Kharchi’, hence they are expected to work with utmost transparency and without corruption at their place of posting.
  • The Chief Minister said this while addressing at the valedictory ceremony of First Joint Foundation Course of newly selected officers of Haryana Civil Services 2020 at Haryana Institute of Public Administration (HIPA) in Gurugram today.
  • While addressing the officers, Mr. Manohar Lal said that they should work with integrity i.e. honesty for the public and involvement i.e. work by involving the team. By explaining the meaning of the team, the Chief Minister said that by making a list of the tasks of their offices, distribute them among the team and take the lead by yourself where weakness is spotted. This will increase confidence of the employees in their officer, he added. Giving the third mantra of innovation, the Chief Minister said that new technologies are coming these days; for example IT, adopt innovation to serve the people in a better way.
  • The Chief Minister said that while serving as an officer, they will come across many types of situations, but in those circumstances, they must keep control on themselves and don't be swayed by seeing others, they should work by rules and regulations. He said that the officers try to come up to the expectations of masses and deliver clean administration. He said that if for providing ease to the public by making slight amendments in the rules or law, then one should give suggestions to his or her seniors fearlessly. He said that if the officer works with confidence, determination and will power in the system, they will face no difficulty.
  • The Chief Minister said that everyone should explore possibilities for the aspiration according to his or her talent. He said that Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel once said that the Indian Administrative Service and the State Civil Service is the steel frame of the system, so one should keep the public interest in the fore front, then only they will be able to progress. He told that the agenda of the present State Government is - transparency, working without discrimination and giving corruption-free governance.
  • Earlier, HIPA Director General, Mrs. Surina Rajan said that HIPA has prepared a program for the induction training to all newly recruited officers and refresher course after every three years. She said that on the directions of the Chief Secretary, a knowledge network will be started for capacity building of officials. Haryana Chief Secretary, Mrs. Keshni Anand Arora joined the proceedings of the event through video conferencing from Chandigarh and other district officials from their respective districts. On this occasion, Media Advisor to Chief Minister, Mr. Amit Arya, BJP District President, Mr. Bhupendra Chauhan, Commissioner of Police, Gurugram, Mr. Muhammad Akil, Commissioner, Gurugram Division, Mr. Ashok Sangwan among other officers were present.


  • Chandigarh, March 16 - Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said that all the Farmers Clubs formed before April 1, 2017, are dissolved with immediate effect. He said that the farmers clubs which have been formed after holding elections in the last three years will be valid, while the clubs which were non-functional for years will be dissolved.
  • The Chief Minister gave these directions while hearing the grievances during the meeting of District Public Relations and Grievances Committee organized at Gurugram today. He informed that the farmers clubs were formed for the welfare of the farmers, thus the club has an important role and should have elections and re-constituted in a fixed period. The Chief Minister heard ten grievances in the meeting and took cognizance of the complaints related to various departments and gave directions accordingly.
  • Hearing the grievances of Kadipur village which was raised in the meeting, the Chief Minister ordered that the dung from the dairies should be lifted twice a day by the Municipal Corporations for which they will be charged according to number of cattle.
  • While taking up another complaint pertaining to encroachment and illegal construction, he said that to prevent such cases in urban and rural areas, the concerned departments should regularly monitor their jurisdiction. He also ordered the police officers to take action as per the rules, so that the traffic system on the city roads remains smooth.
  • Hearing another complaint regarding private developers in Sector 92, the Chief Minister directed to constitute Residents Welfare Association (RWA) by the residents of the area. For this, the Deputy Commissioner will take concrete steps as per rules.
  • While taking up the problem of waterlogging at village Bilaspur Chowk on National Highway, he ordered to permanently resolve the issue by digging the pond of the village and proper drainage.
  • National Highway:
  • Taking cognizance of the complaints on various aspects related to National Highways, the Chief Minister said that he will speak to the Union Road Transport & Highways Minister Mr. Nitin Gadkari.
  • He said that he will speak to the Union Minister regarding the construction of flyovers on Bilaspur Chowk, Dharuhera Chowk, Bawal Chowk on NH-48 and Gwal Pahari on Faridabad road and assured the attendees that the complaints related to National Highways would be resolved soon.
  • Coronavirus:
  • Talking to the reporters after the meeting, Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said that there is no need to panic due to the corona virus. He said that concrete arrangements have been made by the government and steps are being taken in a planned manner to deal with every situation. He has appealed to multinational companies based in other cities of Haryana, including Gurugram, to allow their employees to work from home. He said that health services are available in the entire state as per the need to protect against corona virus.
  • Chandigarh, March 16 - Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal said that the state government is very serious about any spread of novel corona virus (COVID-19) and there is no need to panic in the state. While showing his concern to tackle the virus he said that effective measures have been taken to prevent its spread. A provision of 6,500 beds will be arranged shortly and 1,300 isolated wards will be set up across the state to prevent any spread of the virus.
  • The Chief Minister, while interacting with media persons as inspecting isolated wards made on corona virus in Gurugram today, said that the virus is currently spread worldwide disease and the state is fully prepared for preventing it.
  • He said that no serious cases have been reported in the state so far and all the cases which have been came in private hospitals in Gurugram are of people with foreign travel history and have been kept under observation. He said that the symptoms of the virus are being seen more among those traveling abroad. He said that the suspected people will be kept under observation for 15 days after which they will be examined and will be discharged based on their report. He said that 46 such patients were kept at the ITBP campus and they have been discharged based on the report.
  • The Chief Minister said that the state government has imposed a ban on the gathering of more than 200 people to prevent the spread of the virus. He informed that all the schools in the state will remain closed till March 31, only the examinees will go. He said that there has been a ban on all the colleges, cinema halls, etc across the state. He called upon the people to maintain hygiene and wash their hands properly.