A survey was being conducted to connect Gurgaon with Dwarka, Sector-21, Delhi with Metro service: CM 19-04-2015
Chandigarh, April 19- The Haryana Chief Minister today said that a survey was being conducted to connect Gurgaon with Dwarka, Sector-21, Delhi with Metro service. He also assured that HUDA City center Metro station would be connected with Sector - 9 in old city via Subhash Chowk. In addition, extension of Rapid Metro was also in progress on PPP mode. While talking to media persons at Gurgaon today, the Chief Minister said that Gurgaon is a progressive and developing city, efforts were being made to provide good transport system here. Referring to City bus service, he said that this service would be improved by adding new buses to the city bus service fleet and a new bus stand would be constructed in Gurgaon. In a reply to a question regarding preservation of forest area in Aravali and Mangerbani, the Chief Minister said that government would take decision taking into account all provisions which are in force now for environment protection. On the question of creating Gurgaon Development Authority, the Chief Minister said that if it was required in public interest, decision would be taken after studying all aspects. On the issue of providing basic amenities in restricted area of 900 meters of Ammunition Depot, he said that the matter is subjudice, so he would not comment on it. The Chief Minister said that the auctioning procedure of SCO by HUDA is completely transparent and if any irregularity is noticed, action would be taken against the guilty. He said that soon e-auctioning would be initiated by the state government. This year, the Excise and Taxation Department auctioned the liquor vends through e-tendering, regarding which no complaint have been received yet, he added. Replying to a question regarding disconnecting of electricity supply to the Gurgaon bus stand because of pending electricity bill, he said that the matter would be inquired as to why the bill remained pending. He also verified that every consumer will have to pay the electricity bill, whether it is government or individual. When he was asked about the Kisan Rally of Congress in Delhi today, the Chief Minister said that in democracy everyone has a right to say his words.