Friday, November 17, 2017

Vyayamshalas in 1500 villages start functioning

 The Haryana Government has a target to provide all facilities to sports persons in their villages and in this direction, vyayamshalas have been made operational in 1,500 villages of the state.
          This was informed by Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal, who was speaking after inaugurating a vyayamshala in village Aurangabad, district Sonepat today.
          He said that a sports stadium was already there in village Aurangabad and now a vyayamshala has also been opened in the village where sports persons can practice all sports such as wrestling, volleyball, kabaddi, hockey and football. He said that the present State Government has been paying equal attention to both education and sports. He said that new educational institutions were coming up in the Education City which would provide better education opportunities to youth of the area.
          The Chief Minister said that the State Government had set a target to give LPG connection to each woman in the state and has successfully achieved it.

SCHOOL UPGRADED: Haryana Chief Minister . Manohar Lal today announced to upgrade the Government Middle School in Punhana Block of district Nuh, till Class ten plus two.
          The Chief Minister, who was redressing the grievances of people in Janta Darbar held at Government Women College, Salaheri in Nuh today, redressed 270 grievances.
          The Chief Minister ordered for suspension of Civil Surgeon, Nuh, Dr. Ram Siwach. The complainant had alleged that doctors of Al Afia General Hospital, Mandi Khera demand bribe. Regarding a complaint of embezzlement of government funds in Municipal Committee, Nuh, Mr. Manohar Lal directed to get the matter investigated by Vigilance Department. In view of several complaints received against the Reader of Superintendent of Police, Nuh, Ratan Singh, the Chief Minister ordered to transfer him. 
          While redressing a problem, the Chief Minister urged the people to adopt micro and drip irrigation methods, and save water. On a demand regarding replacement of damaged electricity wires, he urged people to reduce line loss so that uninterrupted power could be supplied. He also urged people to stop theft of electricity and pay bills on time.
          He directed the concerned officers on the spot to redress issues related to construction of road, canal water and replacement of electricity wires.
          Earlier today, the Chief Minister dedicated various projects amounting to about Rs119 crore to the people of Nuh.
          Those present included Public Works (Buildings and Roads) Minister, Rao Narbir Singh, Minister of State for Public Health Engineering, Dr. Banwari Lal, MLA, Sohna, Mr. Tejpal Tanwar and others.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Haryana CM greets media persons

Chandigarh, Nov 16 - The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has greeted the media fraternity on National Press Day and lauded their services to the people, society, the nation, and democracy.
          In message issued here today, the Chief Minister said, “I greet the media fraternity on the occasion of National Press Day. I laud the role played by them, especially by those in the field, who defy all odds to bring information to the people, put the establishment on their toes, and help shape the course of public discourse. But for this, government policies and programmes would not reach the masses, and public opinion will not be informed. I am sure the National Press Day will strengthen their resolve to play this vital role with added responsibility, vigour and vitality”.
        Referring to social media, the Chief Minister said, “Social media has lent pace to dissemination of news and views and made the space more participative and competitive. I am sure this space will be utilized more responsibly in taking information, not propaganda, to the people”.
          Swearing by the freedom of the press, Mr Manohar Lal said, "A free press constitutes the cornerstone of a vibrant democracy. Committed to upholding the freedom of press and expression in all forms, we have offered several facilities to media persons to enable them to discharge their responsibilities. I hope media will continue to strive to live up to its reputation of being the fourth pillar of democracy”.
          Information, Public Relations and Languages Minister, Mrs Kavita Jain, Principal Secretary, Information, Public Relations and Languages Department Mr Rajesh Khullar, Director, Information, Public Relations and Languages Department, Mr Sameer Pal Srow and Media Advisor to Chief Minister, Mr Amit Arya also greeted the media persons on the National Press Day.

Haryana State Bharat Scouts and Guides Association bags 7 Natl awards

Haryana State Bharat Scouts and Guides Association has bagged seven National Awards for the excellent performance in various Scouts or Guides events and activities planned and organised during 2016-17.
          While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that Haryana was the only state which has got the highest number of awards, leaving behind even the big states like Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Bihar, Kerala, Odisha and a number of other states and Union Territories. These awards were presented in the National Council meeting that held in New Delhi on November 12, 2017, he added.
          He said that the State Association has also gone much ahead in getting a large number of its field functionaries trained as Pre-Assistant Leader Trainer (ALT), Assistant Leader Trainer and Leader Trainer (LT) which would help it in achieving the goal of bringing about qualitative and quantitative improvement in its training programmes for Scouts or Guides.
HTET COACHING TO SC/ST CANDIDATES: Haryana Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes Department has decided to provide 120 hours free HTET coaching to the candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes, De-Notified Tribes and Ghamantu and Tapriwas Jatis having family income upto Rs 2.5 lakh per annum.
           While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said that the candidates desirous of getting free HTET coaching could contact the concerned District Welfare Officer.
           The last date for applying is November 20, 2017, he added.  
NEUROLOHY COURSE:  In Haryana, candidates will soon be able to pursue Diplomat of National Board (DNB) Neurology course as the State Government has decided to start the same in Pt B.D. Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Science, Rohtak under National Board of Examination.
          Giving this information here today, Health Minister, Mr Anil Vij said that Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has accorded approval for the same.
          He said that it would be a three year course with annual intake capacity of two which would be started with the support of experience and expert Neurology Consultants in the larger public interest.

HSIIDC invites online applications for allotment of 132 industrial plots

Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) has invited online applications for allotment of 132 industrial plots of different sizes on lease-hold basis from the members of the Council for Leather Exports (CLE) for the setting up of units at Mega Leather Cluster, Industrial Model Township, Sohna.
              While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Corporation said that out of the total plots, 20 plots are of 4,050 square metres, whereas 60 plots are of 1,800 square metres and 52 of 1,012.5 square metres.
              He said that industrial plots would be allotted for setting up of units for activities as permissible under the sub scheme ‘Mega Leather Cluster’ of Indian Leather Development Programme (ILDP) of Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry. It would be a totally non-tannery Mega Leather Cluster, he added.
              The spokesman said that the authenticity of the applicant would be scrutinised by CLE at the first instance. However, HSIIDC would be final competent authority to allot plots and sites. He said that the allotment would be on lease-hold basis for 99 years and the land premium, equivalent to the tentative cost of the plot fixed or approved for such allottees would be payable.
              He said that yearly economic lease rentals at the rate of Re one per square metre per annum, effective from the date of allotment on lease-hold basis, would be charged. He said that partial benefit to the extent of Rs 2,500 per square metre, out of the Government of India grant of Rs 105 crore, envisaged to be received for the leather cluster, would be passed on to the allottees or entrepreneurs setting up their industrial units at the Mega Leather Cluster. Thus the land premium for Mega Leather Cluster, Sohna would be Rs 7,500 per square metre as against prescribed or base or reserve allotment rate of Rs 10,000 per square metre.
              He said that in case grant amount is not sanctioned or availed or received or withdrawn for the project for any reasons at any stage, the benefit of grant passed on to the allottees would be recovered from the existing allottee or transferee of the plot, along with applicable interest. He said that the allottees would be governed by other relevant clauses of Estate Management Procedures (EMP), as amended from time to time. For detailed terms and conditions and procedures for filling applications, one could visit e-governance portal of HSIIDC, he added. He said that the last date for receipt of applications is December 18, 2017.
              The spokesman said that special offer of plots at the rate of Rs 7,500 per square metre has been provided and transparent procedure has been adopted for the allotment of plots. Apart from this, there would be provision for warehouse, testing lab facility, office and training centre, workers’ hostel facility and Ease of Doing Business by self-certification.

Clean Cold Chain Regional Center in Marnal

 Haryana and United Kingdom (UK) have agreed to work jointly for setting up of a Clean Cold Chain Regional Center in the new Horticulture University at Karnal to prevent post harvest losses in perishable horticulture crops.
              Principal Secretary, Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Department, Dr Abhilaksh Likhi, who held a meeting with Mr. Cliff Wilson, Department of International Trade in UK today, said that both Haryana and UK would explore the possibilities of signing an MoU in this regard. The advice of Central Government would also be sought, he added.
              Dr Likhi said that such a MOU would help the Crop Cluster Development Programme (CCDP) in skilling and clean technology of Rs 500 crore and could be finalised during the Agri Leadership Summit to be held in March 2018. He said that UK Government and Birmingham University has also been invited to attend and participate in the Summit.
              He said that Haryana has recently launched a programme to organise 13,000 horticultural farmers into a system of 140 crop clusters, intended to speed up the adoption of agricultural and post-harvest management technologies, each with its own logistics centre and refrigerated transport. The system would be 90 per cent financed by the Haryana Government with a budget of Rs 510 crore over three years and ten per cent by the farmers themselves.

Haryana plans ro itroduce MSP for vegetables

Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal said that government plans to introduce minimum support price (MSP) for vegetables to ensure that the farmers get fair price for their produce in the state.
          He was speaking after receiving the India Today State of States Award in the inclusive growth and tourism development category from the Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, Mr Nitin Gadkari, at the India Today State of the States Conclave 2017 ceremony in New Delhi, today.
       During his speech, he touched upon various issues and subjects. “We are following the Antodaya philosophy, propounded by Pandit  Deendayal Upadhyay, as a model for inclusive development since it makes the benefits of social welfare schemes reach the last person in the society”.
       Referring to the steps taken to weed out corruption from employment and ensuring jobs only on the basis of merit, he said this had made the youth of Haryana optimistic and encouraged him to turn to education and learning to prepare for competitive examinations.
          “A new Chief Minister of a first-time party in power gets only three years to work. First two years go into undoing the wrongs of the previous government. So actually, my government has worked only for one year and achieved so much. You can imagine what Haryana would be after the next two years”, he said.
          Stressing the need for rising above political considerations of the past to ensure all-round development of the state, the Chief Minister said, “I have visited all the 90 assembly constituencies of his state to ensure uniform development of each part of Haryana.”
          Mr Manohar Lal said his government had set up a Pond Management Authority to preserve and manage 14,000 ponds in the state so that they could be used for irrigation. Our government is committed to equitable distribution of irrigation water. We are promoting drip irrigation for better results.
          He said that as a result of the concerted efforts of the state government and active support and cooperation of the people, sex ratio in the state has improved considerably.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

16 IPS, 3 HPS officers and 2 DSPs transferred

The Haryana government today posting and transfers of 16 IPS, 3 HPS officers  and 2 DSP with immediate effect.
Charu Bali, awaiting Posting orders has been posted as IG, SVB PKL in place of Dr. M. Ravi Kiran who becomes IG, Prisons PKL. Saurabh Singh, IG, SCB has been given the additional charge of IG, Special Task Force Gurugram. Ashwin, SP/Sirsa becomes SP,Security vice Sh. Ganga Ram Poonia who goes as ADC to Governor Haryana in place of Waseem Akram who will be new  SP,CID.
Simardeep Singh, DCP, Traffic, Gurugrarm will be new SP, Sirsa. Hamid Akhtar, SP, PHQ PKL has been posted as SP,SVB. Rajinder Kumar Meena, SP/Home Guards PKL has been appointed as SP, HPA Madhuban. Sumer Partap Singh, SP/Kaithal will be new SP,Telecom with additional charge of SP, Law & Order. Himanshu Garg, Addl.SP, Bahadurgarh goes as SP, Dadri vice Sunil Kumar who will be new SP, Lokayukta in place of Smiti Chaudhary who goes as SP,SVB. Ashta Modi, DCP, NIT FBD will be new SP, Kaithal.
Kuldeep Singh, SP/Fatehabad will be new DCP,East GGM. Deepak Saharan, DCP, East GGM becomes SP,Fatehabad. Kamaldeep Goyal, SP, Railway Ambala has been posted as SP, Narnaul against vacant post. Vinod Kumar, SP, Telecom (H) PKL has been appointed as SP, Railway Ambala. Kirat Pal, SP, SVB has been posted as DCP, NIT FBD. Usha Devi, DSP, Yamunanagar will be new ACP, Gurugram against vacant post. Veer Singh, DSP, CID, Panchkulla becomes ACP, Pataudi against a vacant post.