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Chandigarh, 27 November (Trinew)

A unique scheme called One-time Management Scheme 2023 was approved in a cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Manohar Lal on Monday to speed up recovery of dues and reduce litigation in Haryana. It is noteworthy that the Chief Minister had announced in his budget speech that such a scheme would be introduced under the dispute resolution scheme for recovery of arrears. This scheme is designed to facilitate the recovery of arrears governed by various Acts of the Excise and Taxation Department in the pre-GST system. The scheme will be applicable from the date of notification.

The seven Acts covered under this scheme are Haryana Value Added Tax Act 2003, Central Sales Tax Act 1956, Haryana Local Area Development Tax Act 2000, Haryana Local Area Development Tax Act 2008, Haryana Goods and Services Tax Act 2007. , including arrears related to the Punjab Entertainment Charges Act, 1955 and the Haryana General Sales Tax Act, 1973.

Many important bills will come in the assembly session

The Assembly Secretariat has started preparations for the winter session of the Haryana Assembly. Speaker Dr. Gnyanchand Gupta has asked questions from the MLAs. After the questions of all MLAs, their draw will be done. The session starts at 11 AM and continues till 6 PM, with two sittings held every day. A bill to tighten the screws on hookah bars may be introduced in the assembly session this time. There is a possibility of provision of fine of lakhs of rupees along with non-bailable clause in the bill. The name of this Bill will be the COTPA (Cigarette and Other Tobacco Products) Bill. The State Health Department is preparing the draft for this. The Haryana Dead Body Respect Bill is also likely to be introduced in the assembly session this time. Health Minister Anil Vij has given instructions to amend the bill due to some flaws in it which is being prepared by the home department. Taking seriously the increasing incidents of dead bodies and tampering with dead bodies, the state government may bring this bill, which will ban road blocking with dead bodies. The officials of the Home Department have been instructed to study the legislation of the Government of Rajasthan for this law.

Requesting Nayak community to be included in Aja class by writing a letter to the Centre

Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that the Haryana Scheduled Caste Commission will send a written letter to the Central Government to include the ‘Nayak’ community of the state in the list of Scheduled Caste category. Further action will be taken in this regard as per the instructions of the Central Government. It was decided in the cabinet meeting that serial number-1 to 7 castes namely Aheriya, Aheri, Heri, Hari, Turi or Thori in backward class block-A of Haryana state and to amend the word jungam-jogi on serial number 31 Jangam has been moved. As per the amendment, now Aheriya, Aheri, Heri, Hari, Turi or Thori will be removed from the list of Haryana Backward Class Block-A. Apart from this, the Rai Sikh caste mentioned at Serial No. 50 in Haryana Backward Class Block-A list will also be removed. All these castes were previously included in Haryana Scheduled Caste List and Haryana Backward Class Block-A List.

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