Chandigarh, May 27- Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal today said that the state government has sanctioned Rs 1,600 crore for construction of roads and apart from this, a new policy is being formulated to upgrade schools and recruit 20,000 teachers. Also, apart from recruiting 13,000 police personnel, the government will initiate the process to fill up 50,000 other vacancies.
The Chief Minister, who was addressing a ‘Pragati Rally’ at Hathin in district Palwal, expressed his serious concern over the result of Class X and said that if we do not include the pass percentage of private schools, that of government schools was 31 per cent. With a view to ensure that students get quality education, more teachers would be
Braving the heat wave, a large number of people had come to listen to the Chief Minister, who asked them that why has the area remained deprived of drinking water and irrigation water for decades together. He said that he did not know why has the previous governments did not take any step in this direction, but now a permanent solution to the problem would be found by considering various options. He assured that all villages in the area would be supplied drinking as well as irrigation
While referring to the demand put up by organizer of the rally former Minister Mr Harsh Kumar, the Chief Minister sanctioned the construction of Rs 45 crore bye-pass to give boost to industry in Hathin. He also approved construction of Rs 3.65 crore road from Jaindapur to Dehlaka and Rs 5.68 crore road from Jaindapur to Mandloka. He also sanctioned Rs 8.25 crore projects of sewerage in industrial area of Hathin, drinking water supply and a residential sector of HUDA. He sanctioned Rs five crore for municipality of Hathin to undertake development works. Apart from this, he also sanctioned an equal amount for development of rural areas. The Chief Minister also sanctioned power house, boosting station and other projects. He assured the people that Hathin would not remain backward during the present
He said that during first seven months of the present government, it has done as much work as could be done in 14 months. The government also helped the farmers whose crops were damaged due to natural calamities recently. A maximum compensation of Rs 1,100 crore was given to affected farmers without any discrimination. In case any officer has committed any irregularity in distribution of compensation, the government would take action. He said that the government implemented the scheme of CM Window so that the people might not have to come to Chandigarh for redressal of their grievances. He said that e-registration system has been introduced to put a check on corruption in tehsils which was prevalent during the regime of previous government. Women police stations would be set up in all
Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Mr Krishan Pal Gurjar said that both the Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal have experienced poverty, therefore, they understand problems of the
Others who also spoke on the occasion included Public Works (Building and Roads) Minister Rao Narbir and those present included Tejpal Tanwar, Mr Mool Chand Sharma, Mr Tek Chand Sharma, Mr Deepak Mangla and Dilraj Dagar.