The Haryana cabinet on Tuesday decided to allow mixed land use of industrial plots/sheds situated in the industrial estates, which were in existence as on November 1, 1966, the date on which the state came into being.
An official spokesman said the industrial estates (IE) which would be additionally covered under the dispensation included IE and IDC, Hisar; IDC, Gurgaon; IE, Ambala; RIEs, Barwala (Hisar), Pinjore (Panchkula), Kohand (Karnal) and Fatehabad.
The cabinet also approved the conversion charges for plots and sheds on these industrial estates and colonies. The spokesman said the cabinet also approved that the conversion of industrial plots for non-industrial uses should be permitted only in respect of the plots, which are situated on the external/internal circulation roads with a right of way (RoW) of 18 metre and above keeping in view the congestion likely to be created on account of increased intensity of traffic and parking related issues.
As regards the floor area ratio (FAR), it was decided that the FAR of 1.25, as allowed for the general industry, be kept intact for the non-industrial uses also keeping in view the infrastructure constraints especially qua the RoW of the internal circulation roads.
The conversion rates for different non-industrial land uses as approved by the cabinet and notified in February 2012 and those proposed now in respect of the additional estates/colonies will be revised every year at a rate of 10% with annual compounding.
Land allotted to social fora
The cabinet approved the proposal of the animal husbandry and dairy department to provide passage to the Punjabi Samaj Sabha, Kurukshetra, to its dharamshala near Veterinary Hospital at Red Road, Kurukshetra. It also approved the proposal to allot land measuring 3 kanal and 3 marla to Shri Arorvansh Mahasabha, Ratia, for construction of a dharamshala on lease basis for 99 years. It also approved to allot land measuring 10 kanal to Punjabi Sabha, Ratia, for construction of a Dharamshala on lease basis for 99 years.
Fish farm lease extended
The cabinet also approved the proposal of the fisheries department to extend the lease agreement between Central Institute of Fisheries Education and director, fisheries, in connection with the Lahli-Banyani fish farm, Rohtak, for a period of 99 years from the existing 25 years. Therefore, the lease period would be extended from April 1, 1996, to March 31, 2095, at a rate of `1 per acre per annum.
Two sportsmen appointed as cops
The cabinet decided to appoint two outstanding sportspersons as constables under sports quota in police department as a special case. In view of the outstanding achievements of Yoga exponent Anil Kumar of Kungar village, Bhiwani district, and Anand, a resident of Khidwali village in Rohtak district, who have brought laurels to the state by participating in various state-level championships and have the ability to win medals in various international competitions.
Regularisation policy modified
The cabinet decided to modify the regularisation policy issued on June 16 and 18 for Group B, C and D employees and workers to the extent that the employee and worker concerned should have completed three years of service on contract basis against a sanctioned post on June 30, 2014, instead of May 28, 2014.
It decided that municipalities would be permitted to fill up direct recruitment vacancies in Group D equivalent posts with one-time relaxation in service rules that is no educational qualifications will be insisted for safai karamcharis and maximum age limit would be kept as 55 years for those who have minimum 10-year experience of working in a municipality.
Nod to recruitments
The Cabinet also approved that in case of Haryana Power Utilities, 50% of the 605 vacant posts of different categories would be filled up through PGCIL/NTPC by taking these posts out of the purview of HPSC/HSSC.
Justice Iqbal Singh appointed
The cabinet decided to appoint justice Iqbal Singh (retd) of Punjab and Haryana high court as commissioner, Gurdwara Judicial Commission.