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  • State government has taken a policy decision to set up a university in every district of the state: CM 30-05-2015

    Chandigarh, May 30- The Haryana Chief Minister Sh Manohar Lal today said that the state government has taken a policy decision to set up a university in every district of the state. Accordingly, Gurgaon district will also get a university; now the MLAs of the district should sit together and decide the place where to set up the university. Sh Manohar Lal was addressing a well attended public meeting after laying foundation of Sh Maharaja Aggarsein Bhawan on Sohna-Palwal Road today. The Bhawan (Banquet Hall) is to be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 7 crore by the Sh Maharaja Aggarsein Sabha. Addressing the gathering, the Chief Minister said that four cities of Haryana will be developed as ‘Smart City’ including Gurgaon, Ambala, Faridabad and Panipat. The Prime Minister Narender Modi had announced to develop 100 smart cities in the country, in which Haryana’s 4 cities have been included. Smart cities are those which integrate technology, efficiency and sustainability and are a solution to rapid urbanization. Smart cities are also an engine for job creation and economic growth. Mr Manohar Lal said that on the pattern of ‘Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojna’, ‘Vidhayak Adarsh Gram Yojna will be roled out in Haryana. Then 15 MPs and 90 MLAs will develop one village each in Haryana, taking the total to 105 but the state has more than 6500 villages, so the big Industrial and Corporate houses have also been asked to adopt villages and develop them. He said that since the villagers know their priorities, a committee of 11 members in each village will decide the priorities, resulting into about 70,000 people assisting into development of their area under ‘Gravit Yojna’. In this way, the whole state will usher into an ear of development. The Chief Minister said that “Har Haath ko Kaam, hamara nara hae” ( work to every hand is our slogan), for which Industrialisation is necessary because the land holding is reducing generation after generation. The new Industrial Policy of the state is being prepared and it will be rolled out in next 15 days. Mr Manohar Lal said that during the earlier Congress regime, very few regular appointments were made, because of which thousands of youth are wandering unemployed and posts are lying vacant in the government departments. What can be bigger failure of the government than this, Sh Manohar Lal questioned. He said that now preparations have been made and the BJP government is going to start process of recruitment in coming 6 months. By then, the problems in way of recruitment will be sorted out. He said that thousands of posts are lying vacant in Education department and about 13000 posts of police constables are also vacant. Moreover, new schemes for self employment would also be introduced. Referring to politics of dividing people on caste or regional basis practiced earlier, the Chief Minister said “now we have also committed to unite entire Haryana as one entity” and all 2.5 crore people will work unitedly for development of the state. “Even if we have to compete, we will compete with other states, not amongst us.” This will one day take Haryana above the state of Gujarat in terms of development, Mr Manohar lal added. He said that in order to teach the students importance of cleanliness, they will be taught lessons on ‘sanitation’ before teaching them ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’. Sanitation will be included in the curriculum. He emphasized on improving connectivity in villages and said that the state government is making efforts to provide basic services at the doorstep through internet in villages. The government aims at providing 164 types of services, out of which 22 services like accepting applications for Birth Certificate, Death Certificate etc have already been started. According to the Chief Minister, the BJP government has taken steps to change the system, the results of which will be seen in the days to come. Referring to the demands put forth by the Sohna MLA Tejpal Tawar, the Chief Minister said that a Coach will be appointed at Sohna Stadium, setting up of Vyayamshalas in ten villages of the constituency in the current year for which land is to be provided by village Panchayats. He announced up gradation of Sohna General Hospital to 50 bedded hospital, costing around Rs 5 crore. Presently, the hospital was being upgraded to 24 bed capacity. Regarding inclusion of Tauru in district Gurgaon, he said that a committee for Re-organization of Sub-Divisions, Tehsils, Districts etc was already working under Agriculture Minister Om Prakash Dhankar and final decision on this issue will be taken only after the decision of that committee. He announced upgradation of Government Schools of village Abheypur and Hazipur to 10 plus 2. The Chief Minister said that the ongoing work of 66 KV substation at Mohammadpur will be got completed by this year end and a 33 KV substation will be set up at village Rathiwas. A substation of similar capacity will be set up at village Abheypur if the villagers provided land for it. He announced constructing the path connecting village Kherla with Ghamroj, at an estimated cost of Rs 2.5 crore from HRDF. Regarding pending tube well connections, he said that the government has taken a decision to release all connections on applications received till 31st December 2012 and others can take connection by depositing Rs one lakh under ‘Tatkal Scheme’. He said that under strengthening of power distribution scheme, 56 kilometer power lines have been replaced with new lines and hundred percent lines of Sohna assembly will be replaced in next three years time. In the programme, PWD Minister Rao Narbir Singh urged the Chief Minister to open a medical college in Sohna area, saying that this constituency has been represented by his grandfather, father, uncle and he himself in the past. The Chief Minister said that the government has decided to open a medical college in every district, whether it is private or government. Gurgaon district already has a private medical college, whose management would be contacted and asked to give admissions to students of this district at concessional rate of fee. Rao Narbir Singh also demanded to open a university in district Gurgaon, saying that the Gurgaon MLA Umesh Aggarwal had also raised this demand earlier, to which the CM announced to open a university in the district, and added that the place be decided by all the four MLAs of district Gurgaon. On the demand of re-construction of Community Health Center building at village Ghanghola, which is in a very depleted condition as it was built in 1938, the CM asked the Deputy Commissioner to get this done from some Company through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), the cost of which might come roughly around Rs 5 crore. He announced giving an amount of Rs 7 crore for municipal area of Sohna and Rs 11 crore for taking up development works in villages of Sohna assembly. At the same time, he also announced a grant of Rs 5 crore for Badshahpur Assembly constituency. Haryana PWD Minister Rao Narbir Singh and Sohna MLA Tejpal Tawar raised demand to allow mining in Palwal, Faridabad, Gurgaon and Mewat because ban on mining has rendered many people jobless. The CM said that decision in this regard will be taken only after the final verdict of the court. Union Minister Krishan Pal Gujjar, Gurgaon MLA Umesh Aggarwal and Former Minister of Delhi Jagdish Mukhi also addressed the gathering. MLA Pataudi Bimla Chaudhary was also present among other dignitaries