Sirsa, 16 September (HP)
Chief Minister Manohar Lal said on Saturday that all the people of the state are his family and his efforts are for everyone’s happiness. He was addressing the people during the public dialogue program in the auditorium hall of Chaudhary Devi Lal University. The Chief Minister said that poor families have benefited a lot from the Ayushman Bharat scheme. Under this scheme, families with annual income of more than Rs 3 lakh can also get health insurance. The Chief Minister asked how many people sitting here have not received their pension, on which 12 people raised their hands. Then the Chief Minister said, how would it be if I get it made now? When he asked to meet the computer operator sitting outside the hall, the entire pandal erupted in applause. On this occasion, MLA Gopal Kanda, former political advisor to the Chief Minister Jagdish Chopra, Pardeep Ratusaria and others were present.
Advocates should provide justice to the deprived: Chief Minister Manohar Lal called upon the lawyers to come forward to provide justice to the victims and the deprived. Advocates should work with integrity while fulfilling the responsibility of ensuring that injustice is not done to any person. He was participating in the program organized by Bar Association Sirsa. The Chief Minister also announced Rs 31 lakh for arranging a crèche in the Bar Association and other works. Along with this, the Chief Minister also announced financial assistance to other bar associations in the district. The Chief Minister honored the advocates of Bar Association Sirsa who have been practicing for more than 50 years. Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that he himself is serving the public as a lawyer. He said that he is working as a lawyer for the poor and oppressed people of the society to get them justice.
People in food processing industry should use digital platform
Chief Minister Manohar Lal urged the people associated with the food processing industry to establish themselves as successful entrepreneurs in the present era by using the digital platform to deliver their products directly to the consumers. The Chief Minister was interacting directly with the beneficiaries of the food processing industry through audio conferencing under the CM’s special discussion programme. He said that today Indian Industry is the face of digital revolution in this era of 4.0. It is also being used effectively in food processing. Digital platforms are proving to be very useful especially in selling products. Most of the consumers look for the availability of any food item online while purchasing it.