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Chief Minister Manohar will start ‘public dialogue program’ again after August 15 –

Chandigarh, July 22 (Trinew)
Chief Minister Manohar Lal will once again start his district-wise ‘public dialogue programme’. After August 15, he has decided to enter the field. In July, the mass dialogue program was stopped due to the organizational programs of the party. However, during this time, on the instructions of the government, the ministers had started the mass dialogue program. The Chief Minister has so far held public dialogue programs in five districts – Mahendergarh, Kurukshetra, Palwal, Sirsa and Bhiwani. The Chief Minister himself disclosed the resumption of the mass dialogue program during a meeting with the good governance associates.
The CM held a meeting with the 7th batch of Good Governance Associates on Saturday. He said that good governance should work together with the people on a personal level to bring the public welfare policies of the cooperative government to the ground. Make the government aware of the problems and challenges faced by them. CM said, identify the problems faced in taking public welfare schemes to the public and get them removed. He said that out of 14039 problems coming on the Jansamvad portal, 13730 have been marked and uploaded. The problems that came under public dialogue are being resolved through the portal. Good governance associates should also work seriously regarding these problems. The Chief Minister said, under the Jan Samvad program, he himself interacts directly with the beneficiaries every Saturday. Have had direct talks with lakhs of people till now. Good governance associates should also meet such beneficiaries and remove any problem of those people or any difficulty they are facing in taking advantage of any scheme.
The Chief Minister said that a better mechanism will be prepared for issuing passports at the college level as well. Transport officers will be appointed in every school to provide vehicles to the students so that the children studying in the schools do not face any problem in commuting. The Chief Minister said that an upcoming meeting will be held soon with the Chief Minister’s good governance colleagues. In that meeting, bring the progress report in detail in the table forum along with the targets and dates only then it will be reviewed in detail.
The Chief Minister said that 100 percent land registration would be done under the Meri Fasal-Mera Byora scheme. Earlier, only the land where crops were sown was registered for the purchase of crops. Now it is mandatory to register the vacant land also. The government will get the third party to assess the registration work in the field. After 100% registration of land, each farmer will be given an amount of Rs 100 as incentive. Rewards ranging from 5 thousand to 20 thousand have also been kept. The CM said, the government is working to take care of citizens from birth to 60 years of age by dividing the family identity card scheme into four groups. In this, the entire responsibility of taking care of children from birth to 6 years has been assigned to Women and Child Development. Dr. Amit Agarwal, Additional Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister and Director General of Information, Public Relations, Language and Culture Department, also took detailed information from the Chief Minister’s good governance associates and gave them necessary guidelines.

Children of primary and senior secondary will get preference
The Chief Minister said that the school education department is responsible for the youth of 21 lakh families in the age group of 6 to 18 years. In this, all the information about psychology, sports activity, health hygiene etc. of every youth will be collected. Programs will be run in all the districts. Children will be given preference till primary and senior secondary school so that their future can be bright. The CM said that under Nirogi Haryana Yojana, not only patients but also healthy people would be taken care of. The Chief Minister was informed about the absence of a single teacher in Raniala school of Ferozepur-Jhirka village. He instructed to take immediate action on this. In the meeting, it was also considered to take action regarding giving benefits to the victims by admitting them to increase the services through de-addiction centers. Apart from this, under the e-learning service, the tablets given to the students were also asked to work to bring good results.

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