Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar will be in Gurgaon for the next two days during which he will hear complaints of homebuyers at the grievances committee meeting and assume the role of a teacher at a government school.
Khattar is likely to keep a busy itinerary on Sunday as he will chair the district grievances committee meeting, scheduled at 5pm. The district administration has listed 22 grievances to be heard at the meeting, including five taken from the CM Window -- a grievance portal overseen by the CM’s office.
At the meeting, the CM is expected to review the progress in cases that were discussed in the earlier grievance meeting, which heard a number of cases pertaining to delayed real estate projects. Issues with regard to passage for Patel Nagar residents through the police line, encroachment of Huda land by some people in Sector 12A, and problems faced by apartment buyers in Gurgaon will be discussed.
Prior to that, Khattar will preside over a meeting at Institute of Road Traffic Education (IRTE) in Surajkund, Faridabad, at 2.30 pm . He will be given a presentation on traffic problems of Gurgaon and Faridabad.
On Monday morning, the chief minister along with his entourage will visit Government Senior Secondary School in Chakkarpur, where he will pay tributes to Dr S Radhakrishnan on teachers’ day.
Later, the CM will inaugurate the new campus of a private company on the Southern Peripheral Road (SPR).
The CM will also hold a meet the press programme at Swatantrata Senani Zila Parishad Hall in Gurgaon.
Sources said the CM is likely to discuss the operationalisation of key road projects in Gurgaon, including the SPR, NPR and CPR. Another important issue under consideration would be widening of the Badshahpur drain and decongesting the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway.