Chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Friday said that to serve a chargesheet on IAS officer Ashok Khemka was an administrative matter and in such matters everything was done as per the rules. He said that Khemka had been chargesheeted earlier also and it was the responsibility of the officer concerned to file a reply.
He was here on a foundation stone-laying spree in his home constituency Garhi-Sampla-Kiloi.
The CM laid the foundation stones of seven projects worth Rs 113 crore at Sampla.
The projects included new Kultana minor, new Ismalisa minor, railway over bridge on Sampla-Kharkhodda road, road from Mungan to Jasrana village along minor, government college building at Sampla, repair of road from Sampla to Dighal and from Kharkhodda road to national highway-10. He also announced to make Sampla a sub-division.
Later, while interacting with mediapersons at the canal rest house, he condoled the death of former president of South Africa and Bharat Rattan Nelson Mandela. He also paid tributes to Bhim Rao Ambedkar on his death anniversary.
The CM said the announcements made at the Gohana rally would be implemented next year and he himself would monitor the progress on all the promises made. He said that his aim was to make the state an education hub. He also said that new colleges would come up at Badhra (Bhiwani), Matloda (Panipat) and Mokhra (Rohtak). The work on model school at Sampla will start from January 14 and New Sabzi Mandi from December 31, he added. Local MP Deepender Hooda, MLA BB Batra and several party leaders were also present.