Online system will be developed for monitoring the complaints received at CM-Window;CM 4-02-2015
Chandigarh February 4- Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal today said that a online system will be developed for monitoring the complaints received at CM-Window, under which a Call-Center would be established from where calls will be made to the complainants for verifying whether their complaints have been resolved or not. The Chief Minister was addressing a press conference at Gurgaon today. He highlighted the achievements of last 100 days of his government. He said that till now about 17000 complaints were received at the CM window, which was set up on 25th December last year with a view to redress the grievances of the general masses expeditiously. He said that the concerned officers have been given one month’s time to redress these grievances. He said that out of the complaints received initially, replies on 3380 complaints have been received and action was being taken. He reiterated his government’s commitment to provide Clean, Transparent, Corruption free Administration and Government for public welfare. He said that till now the state of Haryana was divided on caste lines but now we are running the government with the ideology of ‘Haryana Ek- Haryanavi Ek’ (One Haryana- United Haryanavis). He said that the work of reconstruction of Haryana started. Listing the achievements of his government, Mr Manohar Lal said that they got corrupt and rusted system from the previous regime but now corruption has been curtailed to a large extent. He said that the vigilance department has been activated and it has caught and registered so many cases in these 100 days, the number of which is more than the cases registered during the last 10 years. Presenting data, the Chief Minister said that 36 cases were enquired by the vigilance department and in 15 cases 27 officials have been held guilty from whom an amount of Rs. 14.44 lakh has been recovered as penalty. Similarly, enquiry by vigilance in 23 new cases is in process which include Kaushalaya Dam case of Panchkula, HCS recruitment, Scam of Government land in NIT Faridabad and Scam in MNREGA in Ambala. Mr Manohar Lal felt concerned about the loss of lives in road accidents and said that a Road Safety Fund has been constituted for which a provistion of Rs. 25 crore will be made in the Budget. He said that 50 percent of the amount collected by police throught challans will be used for road safety measures in the next year. He said that the state government is focusing on improvement in infrastructure. A few days back 6 projects were sanctioned by the Central Government besides approving 10 ROBs in Haryana. In addition, projects costing Rs. 354 crore have been sanctioned by NABARD. He said that 6 Toll Barriers were removed; as a result the commuters were benefitted to the tune of Rs. 52 crore. Referring to KMP expressway, the Chief Minister said that the state government went to the court for getting it completed and now it is making efforts to resume the construction work. He said that 5 new National Highways have been announced which pass through Haryana and four new bus stands would be constructed in the state. He said that a 200 kilometer long new expressway will be constructed along the western Yamuna canal connecting Bawana-Sonipat-Panipat-Uchana-Indri and Yamunanagar. Besides the NH-73 will be made four lane from Yamunanagar to Panchkula. The Chief Minister also stated that a new Industrial Policy-2015 will be rolled out by March end this year. He also said that single window system will strengthened to provide relief to the industrialists. He said that facility of third party inspection of boilers will be provided to the industrialists where as till now such type of inspection done by pollution control board. Mr Manohar Lal was in favour of promoting small entrepreneurs by allowing small mining units in place of bigger one. He said that the Form C will be online to the industrialist from coming march. He said that four existing Thermal Power Units of Panipat having a capacity of 110 MW each would be replaced with a 800 MW new plant. Similarly, another 800 MW Super Critical Thermal Power Plant would be set up in Yamunanagar. The Chief Minister claimed that this year 1027 lakh units of power was supplied as compared to 919 lakh units supplied during the corresponding period of last year. He said that besides providing more electricity to the consumers this year, efforts were being made to strengthen the electricity distribution system. For this, a proposal of three projects costing 1000 crore has been sent to the Government of India. Replying to yet another question, he said that Gurgaon will be connected with Faridabad through Metro so that the residents of Faridabad can also avail this facility for reaching the international Airport. He said that a revised Detailed Project Report was being prepared to link IFFCO Chowk Gurgaon with Sector 21 of Dwarka, Delhi. There is also a proposal of extending Metro from IFFCO chowk of Sohna Road in Gurgaon and from Delhi to Kundli in district Sonipat. The Chief Minister announced that a Modern Fire Brigade Station would be set up in Gurgaon at a cost of Rs. 100 crore. He said that the already sanctioned Railway projects on which work has not been initiated would be taken up with the Railway Ministry. He said that the Air Strip of Hisar would be developed into a full fledged Airport and the Air Strip of Karnal would be expanded. The State government has sent proposal to central government in this regard. At the same time, the Chief Minister said that a Saraswati Heritage Development Board would be set up for taking up research on river Saraswati, for which the central government would give Rs. 100 crore. On this occasion, PWD Minister Rao Narbir Singh, MLAs Umesh Agarwal, Tejpal Tanwar and Vimla Chaudhary, Principal Secretary to CM Haryana Mr Sanjeev Kaushal, Director General of Information and Public Relations Department Haryana Dr Abhilaksh Likhi, Media Advisor to CM Mr Amit Arya, OSD (Media) to CM Mr Rajkumar Bhardwaj were also present among other dignitaries.