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28 December 2021
28-12-2021
28 December 2021

Chandigarh, December 28 - Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that Haryana Government will come up with new schemes in the coming days to increase the income of poor families. Along with this, old schemes will also be reviewed. The goal of the government is to deliver the benefits of the schemes to the last person standing in the line. The second phase of Antyodaya Melas will start across the state from January 7. In the first phase 156 fairs were organized. In this, 90,000 out of 1.5 lakh families took part. The loans of many people who came to these Melas have also been approved. The purpose of these melas is to encourage poor families to take up employment.

The Chief Minister held a meeting with Additional Deputy Commissioners across the state at Haryana Niwas on Tuesday. During this, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Sh. V Umashankar and all the Deputy Commissioners were connected virtually.

During the meeting, while giving instructions to the Additional Deputy Commissioners, the Chief Minister said that the Parivar Pehchan Patra is being appreciated not only in the state but it is being discussed all over the country. People from other states are coming to study this model. He said that all ADCs should carry out this job with sensitivity. Everyone's goal is to help the poor and needy families advance, he added. Different ideas should be worked on related to this, so that the goal can be achieved in a time bound manner. He further said that efforts have to be made to make the entire district self-reliant, take the youth, not towards jobs but towards employment, so that they are in the line of job givers instead of job seekers.

The Chief Minister said that the work of the third phase of Parivar Pehchan Patra has been completed. The work on the fourth phase will start soon. In the coming days, the benefits of many schemes will be delivered through this.

He said that for those who are above 55 years and want to do work, special provision will be made in any scheme for them.

Credit for social work should be added in higher education 

The Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that the Higher Education Department should take steps to inculcate the spirit of social service and environmental protection among the students. In future, such provisions will be made so that the credit of works related to cleanliness, tree planting, cleanliness campaign and government schemes should be given in colleges and universities. This will help create awareness on social issues among the students.

The Chief Minister stressed upon the Deputy Commissioners to get maximum registration done on the Samarpan Portal. He said that every district has a large number of retired employees and officers from army and government services. Such people should be encouraged to register on the Samarpan portal for contributing to social work. Deputy Commissioners should establish contact with these people.

Income verification of 134-A should be completed as soon as possible

Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that students have been selected under 134-A across the state. Deputy Commissioner should complete the work of income verification after taking a list of these from the District Education Officers, so that these students can get admission to schools.

Set up camps for Meri Fasal-Mera Byora

The Chief Minister said that like the Parivar Pehchan Patra, the Meri Fasal-Mera Byora scheme is also being appreciated across the country. This is an ambitious scheme of the government for the farmers. Under this, farmers have to give the details of their crops twice a year. With this, the work of mapping 100 percent land will also be done. Deputy Commissioners should make more and more farmers aware in this regard by organizing camps at the village level. Along with this, the names of the farmers who have got the registration done should be displayed on charts in the villages, he said.

Number of Model Sanskriti Schools will be increased

The Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that Haryana Government would increase the number of Model Sanskriti schools in future to promote education. Recently, the number of students in government schools of Haryana has increased.

Date of birth of those without certificate will be verified

The Chief Minister said that the work of verifying the date of birth of those people who do not have any proof of birth date would also be started across the state. There are a large number of such people, who will attain 60 years of age; they will automatically start getting the benefits of pension scheme etc.

Caution against Omicron

The Chief Minister has directed all the Deputy Commissioners to be vigilant about the new variant of the corona virus, Omicron. He said that every person coming from abroad should be kept under watch. If necessary, they should be home isolated. From January 1, only those taking double doses should be allowed to move in public places. Apart from this, instructions like applying masks, washing hands and maintaining proper distance should be followed. Corona vaccination of adolescents and youth of 15 to 18 years will start from January 3. Apart from this, people above 60 years of age and suffering from serious illness will also start receiving booster dose from January 10. Work should be done to ensure that people have been given both doses of the COVID vaccine at the district level.

On this occasion, the Chief Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Sh. DS Dhesi, Principal Secretary, Haryana Social Justice & Empowerment Department, Sh. Vineet Garg, and Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Dr. Amit Agrawal were present.