Will act strongly against those trying to disrupt law and order: Khattar
Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar said the state government is working on developing Dhosi in Mahendergarh as a tourist spot. He was on one-day visit to Narnaul and Rewari, where he inspected sites for upcoming projects and interacted with party workers.
While in Mahendergarh, Khattar said the government has prepared a design and plan for Institute of Management Technology (IMT) which will be built at Khudana village in district.
“All preparations for the IMT project are being done. We are looking for 400 acre land. After getting it, we will start the work,” he said.
“We hope the medical college under construction at Koreyawas village will be completed by end of the year and start operations from 2023 session,” the CM added.
On farmers’ stir against Centre’s three farm laws, Khattar said some people are doing politics in the name of farmers.
“Farm leaders are misleading farmers regarding the minimum support price. Haryana is the only state in country that is procuring nine crops on MSP. The new laws were brought to give option to farmers to sell their crop outside mandis if the prices are high in the open market,” he added.
In Rewari, Khattar said his government will act strongly against those trying to disrupt law and order in the name of farmers’ protest. He said his government had earlier adopted a soft nature against these people.