Chandigarh, October 16 – Haryana Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal has directed the officers to immediately enforce complete ban on interstate smuggling of mining material in the state. He also directed them to keep a check on overloading and over-sizing of transport vehicles as the government had already given one year period which is going to be expired on January 16. Thereafter no time extension would be provided.
The Chief Minister, who was presiding over a meeting of Deputy Commissioners and Commissioners or Superintendent of Police here today, said that joint teams of Transport, Excise and Taxation and Police Departments should conduct collective checking for its proper enforcement in their respective areas.
While reviewing the progress of online transfer of Old Age Samman Allowance and other pensions, Mr. Manohar Lal said that about 18 lakh beneficiaries have been enrolled so far. He said that all the Deputy Commissioners must ensure payment through bank accounts to 100 per cent beneficiaries’ uptoOctober 31. The work of mutations should also be completed by January 2016. The Deputy Commissioners should also ensure adequate arrangements for ensuing crushing season to be started in all sugarmills.
The Chief Minister also directed the Deputy Commissioners to appoint a Nodal Officer for meeting the real purpose of Swahh Prerit Adarsh Gram Yojana as many people from the country and abroad are interested to adopt their village. They wish to adopt villages and after the appointment of Nodal Officer, it will be easy for them to get in touch with district administration. The DCs should also identify and prepare a list of people which belongs to Haryana, and wish to do something their ancestral village.
While reviewing the activities undertaken to control of vector borne diseases, the Chief Minister directed the officers to prepare a chart of yearwise challenges that can be faced by health department so that preventive measures could be taken in advance.
While reviewing the progress of CM Window, he invited suggestions from the officers to further improve its operation. There are many petty issues which can be sorted out with the intervention of police administration at an early state. The DCs must ensure the conduct of monthly District Public Relations and Grievances Committee meetings after taking consent of Ministers concerned.
Describing DCs and SPs as pillars of the government at district level, the Chief Minister said that both should carry out all welfare activities on priority basis with better coordination in the larger interest of the people. This is the main agenda of the government and initiatives have been taken to ensure good governance through Information Technology and e-services. He also directed DCs to ensure that Gram Sachivalaya should be fully operational alongwith facility of Common Service Centre in atleast 700 villages by December 25, 2015, the Day of Good Governance. In addition, 100 per cent Aaadhar seeding should also be ensured by December 25.
While reviewing the status of paddy procurement, the Chief Minister directed the officers to find out feasibility for installation of separate drying machine outside mandis besides availability of moisture meter to measure moisture in crop. This should be experimented on pilot basis through HSAMB.
He also directed the officers to ensure adequate arrangements of fertilizers for Rabi 2016. They should timely assess the availability of Urea and DAP. We have to be cautious so as to avoid any kind of problem. They should also keep a check on illegal transportation of fertilizers in border areas.
The Chief Minister also reviewed the law and order situation, Aadhar Linked Birth Registration, Swachh Haryana-Swachh Bharart programme, Mhara Gaon-Jagmag Gaon, Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao programme.
Chief Secretary Mr. D.S. Dhesi, PSCM Mr Sanjeev Kaushal, Special PSCM Mr. R.K. Khullar, Additional PSCM Dr. Rakesh Gupta, Additional Chief Secretary Revenue Mr Dalip Singh, Additional Chief Secretary Electronics and IT Mrs. Keshni Anand Arora, Additional Chief Secretary Finance Mr. P.K. Das, Additional Chief Secretary Transport Mr. S.S. Dhillon, Director General of Police Mr. Y. P. Singal and senior functionaries of the State Government were also present in the meeting.