Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Friday launched Haryana state rural livelihood mission at Taoru village of Mewat district.
An official release said that in the first phase, the mission would be intensively implemented in 12 blocks of four districts namely Bhiwani, Kaithal, Jhajjar and Mewat. This mission would also be implemented in the remaining 17 districts during the current financial year.
Hooda announced Rs 10 crore for the development of Taoru village and Rs 2 crore for Taoru town. On bringing Taoru under Gurgaon, Hooda said a survey would be conducted and the decision would be taken if 75% people were in its favour.
Referring to the problem of water in the area, Hooda said the Hansi-Butana link canal had been constructed to bring water of Bhakra river to this area.