Chandigarh, September 4 (Trinew)
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar will now halt for three days in Hisar. Through the Jan Samvad programme, he will go among the people of nine villages and communicate directly with them. CM’s tour will start from September 6 and he will stay in Hisar till 8. The Chief Minister had started the Jan Samvad program to implement government schemes at the grassroots level and to . about the problems of the citizens.
On September 6, the Chief Minister will start a public dialogue program in Thurana village in the morning. Will interact with people in village Dhana Kalan in the afternoon and village Kulana in the evening. There will be a public dialogue in Satrod Khas village on 7th September in the morning. After that, a public dialogue program will be organized in Mirzapur village in the afternoon and Bahabalpur village in the evening. Similarly, on September 8, the Chief Minister will start a public dialogue program from Gurana village and after that he will hold public dialogues in Narnaund Town and Ugalan village.
Government spokesperson says that the Chief Minister’s public communication program started from April 2 based on the concept of Sarkar Aapke Dwar is becoming a ray of hope among the villagers. In these Jan Samvad programs, the elderly eligible for old age pension are getting the gift of getting pension on the spot. On the other hand, the problems of needy citizens are being solved on the spot.
Public dialogue programs are becoming a special identity in the hearts of people, because people get a golden opportunity to put their point directly in front of the Chief Minister. The popularity of the mass dialogue programs can be gauged from the fact that apart from the villages in which these dialogues are held, the residents of neighboring villages also reach the Chief Minister in the mass dialogue program to present their views. He says that this initiative of Chief Minister Manohar Lal, who has written a new chapter in politics, especially Panchayati Raj institutions, by taking a historic initiative of educated panchayats in Haryana, is proving fruitful at the ground level.
Small government gets full respect
In the public dialogue programme, the Chief Minister gives an opportunity to the elected public representatives of small governments to share the stage with him, this feeling has increased the confidence of the women sarpanchs and they are working with more enthusiasm for the development of the villages. It is worth mentioning that in the mass dialogue programme, the Chief Minister himself sits for hours with officers of the level of Divisional Commissioner, Director General of Police and Deputy Commissioner, listens to the problems of the people and solves most of the problems on the spot.
Approval for purchase of 148 acres of land at a cost of 96 crores
High Power Land Purchase Committee meeting
Chandigarh, September 4 (Trinew)
The High Power Land Purchase Committee (HPLPC), which met here on Monday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, approved the purchase of 148 acres of land for 6 projects in five districts – Charkhi Dadri, Faridabad, Hisar, Jind and Sirsa. The purchase of land will cost Rs 96 crore. Farmers who offered land and gave consent for these projects on the e-Bhoomi portal also participated in this meeting.
While presiding over the HPLPC meeting with the concerned District Deputy Commissioners through video conferencing, the CM directed the Deputy Commissioners to ensure registration of these lands within a month. After purchasing the land, the implementation of the proposed projects should be expedited. Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, Electricity Minister Chou Ranjit Singh were also present in the meeting. Landowners from the respective districts who agreed to give their land for the proposed government projects also participated in the meeting through video conferencing. In the meeting, approval was given to purchase 5.39 acres of land for the construction of canal based water supply scheme in Barodi and Jhanjkalan in Jind. The capacity of this water works will be 6 LLD. Apart from this, approval was also given to purchase about 35 acres of land for water works in Raniya village of Sirsa district. Approval was also given to purchase 4 acres of land for expansion of OP Jindal Nalwa distributary in Hisar district.
Approval was given to purchase about 98 acres of land in village Bhairavi for the construction of District Jail in Charkhi Dadri. Apart from this, approval was given to purchase about 1 acre land for construction of RUB at Railway Line Crossing from Delhi-Mathura Road to Mujesar in Faridabad, 5.12 acre land for construction of STP for upgrading water works at Bass Town in Hisar district. done.
The land owners participating in the meeting expressed their gratitude to the Chief Minister for this initiative to purchase land for government projects in a transparent manner through the e-Bhoomi portal. He said that the present government thinks well of the farmers and the poor. CM said that land acquisition was a long process, which led to unnecessary delays in various development projects, hence our government developed a system under which farmers and land owners were interacted with and got their consent through e-Bhoomi portal. Land is being purchased from.