Rewari, 30 July
Chief Minister Manohar Lal listened to the problems of the people under the public dialogue program at Mamdia Asampur village in the district on Sunday, the last day of the Rewari tour. Some elders told him that even after completing 60 years, his old age respect allowance pension has not yet been made. On this, the Chief Minister immediately instructed the officials to prepare pension for the elderly on the spot and hand over the certificates. After this, the officials handed over the certificates to Lalchand and Asaram of village Chimnawas and Bhoop Singh and Lali Devi of village Tatarpur by making pension through the portal on the spot.
While addressing the villagers, Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that the people of the opposition say that this is the government of the portal. Now the advantage of this portal is that the pension of these elders has been made through PPP on the spot itself. He said that now any eligible person of the state does not have to pay money to brokers after attaining the age of 60 years. People’s pension is automatically generated and reaches their account. This was supported by the elders of the village by raising their hands. The Chief Minister said that we also do development work and we also implement new people-friendly decisions so that our head is held high in the society. He said that during the first census only half-incomplete information about families and individuals was available. The data of each person is available with the government through the Parivar Pehchan Patra. Talking directly to the people of the village, he said that if they talk about Mamdiya village, then the population of the village is 1406. He also presented birthday gifts to a 5-year-old child Saksham and 24-year-old woman Sapna Kumari of the village. This information was received through the family ID card. Fulfilling the demand of the farmers regarding the acquisition of underpass land in Bas-Bataudi village, he also directed to give them compensation at the rate of Rs 40 lakh per acre. Minister Dr. Banwari Lal, CM’s OSD Jawahar Yadav, BJP District President Pritam Chauhan, Mandal President Jitendra Yadav, Sarpanch Ashok Yadav Mamdia etc were present on this occasion.
dialogue with entrepreneurs
Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that for the convenience of employees of private companies, online services will be provided by opening Employees’ Fund Scheme (EPF) offices in all the districts of the state. Till now two offices are running at Gurugram district headquarter only, plans are being prepared to expand them.
The Chief Minister was interacting with the entrepreneurs and officials during the Udyam Samvad program at Dharuhera industrial area of the district on Sunday. The Chief Minister was felicitated by the representatives of industrial organizations including officials of the Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited.
Bus stand will be built on 20 acres in Rewari
Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that the sixth round of the mass dialogue program started from April 2 to ask the problems of the people to the public itself, was completed today. The drawing of the proposed bus stand to be built on a total of 20 acres of land in Sector-12 of Rewari district has been sent to Chandigarh and soon the construction work will be started here by the Public Works Department.
Instructions to officials regarding the problem of dirty water in Dharuhera
Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that the problem of chemical-rich dirty water of industrial units coming from Bhiwadi in Rajasthan to Dharuhera area of Rewari will be resolved at any cost. For this, a joint inspection team of Haryana and Rajasthan officials will be formed within 24 hours. This team will work considering all the points for a permanent solution to the problem. He expressed these views in the meeting of officials of Haryana and Rajasthan at Jungle Bubbler Tourism Center Auditorium of Dharuhera on Sunday morning. He told the officials of the Rajasthan government that if this solution was not found, the Haryana government would also find a tougher option for it. Rajasthan officials present in the meeting assured that by August 31, water containing this chemical will be banned from coming to Dharuhera. The Chief Minister said that people of Dharuhera were facing problems due to dirty water. A permanent solution to this problem is necessary and it has been agreed in the meeting that a joint team of officials from both the states will be formed. This will be a kind of coordination committee and will work continuously for a permanent solution to this problem. Three combined flow meters will be installed to check the flow of water, while three OMCs will be installed to check water quality and real data.