CM Khattar has a packed schedule on two-day Gurgaon visit
On Monday, Khattar will meet industrialists in Udyog Vihar and hold discussions on development and infrastructure growthgurgaon Updated: Oct 07, 2017 23:11 IST
Haryana CM Manohar Lal will have a busy schedule in Gurgaon over the next two days. On Sunday, the CM is scheduled to hold a Janta Durbar (public meeting), chair a grievance committee meeting and also review the ongoing development works in the city.
On Monday, Khattar is scheduled to meet industrialists in Gurgaon’s Udyog Vihar and also interact with prominent persons to discuss development and infrastructure growth.
Later, he will also visit MDI Gurgaon and Sultanpur National park before leaving for Chandigarh.
According to sources in the Gurgaon administration, Khattar will arrive in the city on Saturday and is likely to hold a meeting with local BJP leaders and party workers in the evening. He will be staying at the PWD guest house in the Civil Lines area.
On the next day, Khattar will chair a meeting of district public relations and grievances committee at John Hall in Civil Lines.
At 11.30 am, Khattar will chair the Janta Durbar during which he will directly hear the grievances of complainants. They will be able to register their complaints on the spot from 9.30am onwards, the district administration has said. However, a meeting of the CM with public representatives, district level workers, and district officers has been cancelled and this part of the itinerary is likely to be rescheduled, sources said.
After attending all scheduled events, Khattar will return to New Delhi on Sunday, only to return to the city on Monday morning. At 9am, the CM is scheduled to hold a meeting with industrialists in Udyog Vihar where he will listen to the concerns and grievances of the manufacturers.
Later at 11.30pm, he will hold a meeting with prominent people of the city during which discussions with regard to development, infrastructure projects and other related issues will be held. At 2pm, the CM will inaugurate a girls’ hostel at MDI, Gurgaon.
Around 3pm, the chief minister will preside over the concluding event of the Wildlife week celebration at Sultanpur National Park. He will then leave for Chandigarh in the evening.
The Gurgaon administration said that adequate arrangements have been made for the CM’s visit. These include special parking space and seating arrangements at John Hall where important meetings are scheduled on Sunday. “The chief minister will hear grievances and meet the representatives of industry and civil society. He will also review the infrastructure and development work in the city as instructions have been issued that all works should be completed at the earliest,” said Vinay Pratap Singh, deputy commissioner, Gurgaon.
Singh also said that the performance of the officials will be rated on the basis of timely delivery of projects.