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The poor have the first right on public welfare schemes: Khattar

Chandigarh, July 28 (TriNew)

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that the poor have the first right on the public welfare schemes of the government. The Central and Haryana Governments have done many development works during their tenure of more than 8 and a half years with service to the last person.

The Chief Minister was addressing the gathering present in the public dialogue program organized at Anajmandi of Kanina town of Ateli assembly constituency in Mahendragarh district on Friday. Earlier, the Chief Minister inaugurated 6 roads constructed at a cost of about Rs 11 crore 16 lakh from Kanina Anaj Mandi complex.

Chief Minister made many announcements

Chief Minister Manohar Lal announced several projects related to the development of the area. These include construction of railway gate in Kanina, sewerage line for drainage of dirty water in the town, repair of street lights, Rs. 25.19 crore for development of roads in Ateli assembly constituency, Rs. 12 crore for Mahendragarh to Rewari via Kanina road, Rs. 12.20 crore for 14 km long road from Mahendragarh and Rs. 26.5 crore for repair and strengthening of Kanina-Ateli road etc. Manohar Lal said that the BJP government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is working for the poor. Our government is working with everyone’s support and everyone’s development.

Inauguration of these road projects

The Chief Minister inaugurated the Kamla to Dhanonda new road completed at a cost of Rs 176.24 lakh. Apart from this, the road from Syana to Bagot prepared at a cost of about Rs 285.86 lakh, new road from Syana to Chang Road (up to the district border) prepared at a cost of about Rs 119.57 lakh, road from Rasulpur to Chelawas prepared at a cost of about Rs 314.25 lakh, Inaugurated the road from Gudha to Gudha ki Dhani (Mohanpur road) prepared at a cost of about Rs 149.15 lakh and the road from Mohanpur (Kanina-Atelli road) to the border of Kakrala village, prepared at a cost of about Rs 71.81 lakh.

Manohar policies got public support

On reaching Kanina, Chief Minister Manohar Lal was welcomed by various organizations by tying a turban and presenting him with a bunch of flowers. In the public dialogue program which lasted for about one and a half hour, the Chief Minister kept his point and also took feedback of various schemes from the people.

Instructions to Deputy Commissioner to investigate Anganwadi centers

The Chief Minister also took feedback about Anganwadi centers in Kanina town during the public dialogue programme. The Chief Minister instructed the Deputy Commissioner to check the number of pregnant women and children registered in all the 11 Anganwadis of the town and the eligible beneficiaries of these centres. He said that the Deputy Commissioner should submit his report within a week.

Ateli MLA Sita Ram Yadav, Chief Minister’s OSD Jawahar Yadav, ADGP CID Alok Mittal, Deputy Commissioner Monika Gupta and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

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