12,000 posts of constables would also be filled soon to further strengthen the law and order machinery in the State: CM 12-04-2015
Chandigarh, April 12—The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, said that 1,000 posts of ex-servicemen would be filled in the Police Department next month. Besides, 12,000 posts of constables would also be filled soon to further strengthen the law and order machinery in the State. Complete transparency would be ensured in the recruitment process”. He was speaking at a felicitation function organized by the Rashtriya Gaushala, Dharauli, to honour him for passing the stringent Gau Sanrakshan Avm Gau Samwardhan Bill, 2015 at Dharauli in Jind District today. The Chief Minister announced Rs 11 lakh for the Gaushal from his discretionary quota. Earlier, he laid the foundation stone of Adarsh Kanya Gurukul at Pilukhera and announced a grant of Rs 11 lakh. Chief Minister said that he urged the Central Government to declare bonus for the farmers over and above the MSP of wheat. While describing the untimely rains and hailstorm as a natural calamity, he urged the Opposition parties not to politicize the issue. Had the previous government given compensation to the farmers with due honesty, there would not have been any doubt in their mind regarding the approach of the present government, he added. While disposing off a complaint on the spot regarding theft of cattle, the Chief Minister directed the Deputy Commissioner, Mr Ajit Balaji Joshi, to make arrangements for providing interest-free loan of up to Rs 1 lakh to the farmer. He said that now anybody could now lodge a complaint at any police station irrespective of jurisdiction. Apart from this, complaint could also be registered on ‘Har Samay’, a 24x7 web portal of the Haryana Police. “We want to make police people-friendly and are taking effective steps in this direction. About 1,000 posts of ex-servicemen would be filled in the Police Department next month. Besides, 12,000 posts of constables would also be filled soon to further strengthen the law and order machinery in the State. Complete transparency would be ensured in the recruitment process”, he added. Recalling the speech of the Prime Minister, he said that Mr Modi had said that his priority would be improve the image of his fraternity (politicians), whom the people considered as the starting point of corruption. Describing the BJP Government as pro-poor and pro-farmer, the Chief Minister said that the state government was working on the principle of ‘Antodaya’ to ensure that the benefit of all schemes and programme reached the people at the grass-roots level. GRAVIT Yojana has been implemented in the state to ensure participation of youth in the development of villages. Under this scheme 10 youths from every village would be registered. About 65,000 youth across the state would directly participate in the development of villages, he added. Speaking on the occasion, the Haryana Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Minister, Mr O.P Dhankar, said the Gau Sanrakshan Avm Gau Samwardhan Bill, 2015 would impose a complete ban on cow slaughter and provide for rigorous imprisonment ranging from three years to 10 years for killing the animal. The Bill provides for a fine ranging from Rs 30,000 to Rs 1 lakh, he added. He said that those farmers in Jind district who were not satisfied with the girdawari conducted in their fields could register their complaints on the phone number 01681-246820. Such helpline number has been stared in every district to facilitate the farmers. The Haryana Education Minister, Mr Ram Bilas Sharma, also spoke on the occasion. Sonipat MP, Mr Ramesh Kaurshik, BJP State President, Mr Subhash Barala, BJP leader, Mrs Vandana Sharma, MLA Jasbir Deswal, Acharya Yogendra, Acharya Baldev, President Gaushala Mr Maje Singh Bura and other senior officers of district administration were also present on this occasion.