Ahead of the Panchayat elections in Haryana, chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday announced that his government had decided to bring the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) branch to Manethi village of Rewari district to boost health services in the region.
Addressing a public meeting at Bawal in Rewari in the presence of Union minister and local MP Rao Inderjit, the chief minister also said that the Haryana government was taking up the issue the Hansi-Butana link canal actively and southern Haryana would not face any scarcity of water once the deadlock over the canal was resolved.
The chief minister also announced many development schemes for Rewari, Including a `500 crore byepass, starting of basic classes from the new academic session at Bawal Centre of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, new bus stand at Banipur chowk located on national highway (NH)-8 in Bawal, a trauma centre, multi-skill centre at Dhamlawas village for improvement of vocational skills of the youth.
The chief minister also announced grant of `10 crore for construction of sheds at the local grain market and `5 crore for urban development.
The chief minister announced to approve various schemes of `19 crore and `85 crore for construction of roads in Rewari besides a `40 crore project for widening of NH-8 at Dharuhera.
The chief minister said that to deal with the old problem of drinking and irrigation water, a `143 crore project with the support of NABARD has been approved by the state government for Rewari and Mahendragarh districts.
A project would also be undertaken to bring extra water into the Yamuna river during the rains in the area of Masani barrrage through Jawaharlal Nehru and Western Yamuna Canal.
CM TO VISIT EACH ASSEMBLY SEGMENT EVERY YEAR
Calling for equitable development in Haryana, Khattar said that he would tour each Vidhan Sabha constituency of the state every year to meet the demands of people of all districts.
He said that for transparent governance, every district has a 'CM Window', every tehsil has e-registration facility and services are being provided through common service centre at the village level. With a view to improving administrative management, he assured the people that common service centres would be provided at the division and sub-division levels.
BLAMES HOODA GOVT FOR GUEST TEACHERS' ISSUE
Breaking silence over the burning issue of the guest teachers, chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said the government was following the directions of the court, but the issue was the result of the wrong policies of the previous Congress government.
However, the chief minister, said that the present government was making consistent efforts to resolve the issue.
"More than 50,000 posts in various government departments will be filled soon and appropriate opportunity would be provided to guest teachers based on their capability"
Khattar also said that `1,000 would be given for two months to those guest teachers who would take coaching for Teachers Eligibility Test.
"We are not working for five years, but our focus is on next 15 years", Khattar said.