Chandigarh, May 28- Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal today said that ‘Mhara Gaon, Jagmag Gaon’ (Our Village, Illuminated Village) scheme will be launched for those villages where the line losses are not more than 20 per cent and there is no power theft besides the consumers are depositing their electricity bills regularly. Such villages will be given electricity for 16 hours a day, which will be further extended to 18 hours and 24 hours in a phased manner.
Mr Manohar Lal was addressing a well attended ‘Vikas Rally’ at grain market in Nangal Chaudhary.
He accepted almost all the demands put forth by the IAS turned politician Dr Abhey Singh Yadav, who represents Nangal Chaudhary assembly constituency in Haryana Vidhan Sabha. The rally was attended by all the MLAs of assembly segments falling in district Mahendergarh besides the local MP Dharamvir and PWD Minister Rao Narbir Singh. According to Dr Abhey Singh, though the Gurgaon MP Rao Inderjeet Singh was invited but he could not make up to the rally because he was required to attend another rally at Barwala.
The Chief Minister made a number of announcements for Nangal Chaudhary assembly. He approved Lift Irrigation Scheme of Rs 143 crore for Nangal Chaudhary and district Mahendergarh and said that this will be got implemented through scheme of NABARD. He announced a project of Rs 14 crore for ensuring proper water supply in Nangal Chaudhary constituency and Rs 14.70 crore for installation of sewerage treatment plant and drainage facilities in the constituency.
He also announced opening of a Degree College in Nizampur, starting science classes in College of Nangal Chaudhary, separate middle school for girls at village Naayan besides announcing Rs 16 crore from HRDF for completion of incomplete roads connecting Rajasthan Border and other development works in Nangal Chaudhary assembly. He said that as the temperature is soaring high so the ponds need to be filled up with water, so he announced Rs 2 crore for laying of pipeline to enable filling of village ponds with canal water. The Chief Minister also announced to give Rs 5 crore each to three assembly constituencies namely Narnaul, Ateli and Mahendergarh from HRDF for taking up development works in villages.
MLA Dr Abhey Singh Yadav had raised demand to complete the construction works in Grain Market and also to construct a vegetable market beside it, which was also approved by the chief minister and he announced to give a sum of Rs 4.25 crore for it. Besides he announced an amount of Rs 53 lakh for purchasing land for construction of a bus stand in Nangal Chaudhary.
Refering to demand raised by Dr Abhey Singh Yadav to consider the case of Guest Teachers sympathetically and regularize them, Mr Manohar Lal said that the government’s sympathy is with them but the Supreme Court and Punjab and Haryana High Court had taken a strict stand and they are terming this as ‘backdrop’ entry. The Court has directed to make regular appoints for which the state government has made arrangements but the process will take a year. He said that the government is thinking of providing relaxation in age to these Guest Teachers taking their experience into consideration. He said that during last ten years very few regular appointments were made, as a result thousands of posts are lying vacant.
On the demand of constructing Logistic Hub, which was to be developed in Bawal, in Nangal Chaudhary, the Chief Minister said that a Corridor is to be constructed near here and along it lot of development will take place. The Container Depot, Industrial Units and Logistics Hub etc. would come along it and majority of these projects would come to district Mahendergarh but it would require land. The land owners of the constituency who offer land to the government themselves, would be considered. Now the ball is in the court of the MLAs whoever is able to convince their farmers will get these projects. MLA Ateli Santosh Yadav had also demanded setting up of Logistics Hub in her constituency. The Chief Minister said that the government is ready to add something to the prevailing market rates of the land, meaning thereby that the farmers will not get less than the market price.
The Chief Minister also stated that new Industrial Policy is almost ready and be uploaded on the website . Then Industrialists could comment on it in seven days. After this, the new Industrial Policy will be announced. He said that now the government would motivate establishing of industries in all Blocks of 21 districts of the state, for which government would provide infrastructure depending on the demand of the area. Earlier, the industrialization was confined to few districts only.
Earlier, Haryana Education Minister Prof Ram Bilas Sharma also said that around 60,000 posts were lying vacant in the state and no qualified person would remain unemployed in the state. Haryana PWD Minister Rao Narbir Singh said that an amount of Rs 1600 crore would be spent on strengthening the road infrastructure in the state, the work on which will start in next 10-15 days. He assured repair of roads of district Mahendergarh. MP of Mahendergarh-Bhiwani Dharamvir and MLAs Santosh Yadav, Om Prakash also addressed the gathering.