Monday, February 24th, 2020

Committed to make development


Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said  that the State Government is committed to make development in the State and is constantly making efforts in this direction. He Said that in this series, the concept of the land bank is being continuously worked on so that the development graph of the State can be raised.

          The Chief Minister said this while presiding over a meeting on the progress of the ongoing projects under the E-Bhoomi program and a review of the E-Bhoomi portal held here today. Deputy Chief Minister Mr. Dushyant Chautala was also present in the meeting.

          The Chief Minister said that the present State government is starting various programs to reduce land disputes and he directed the officers to collect small pieces of land and small landholders and with their joint collaboration (on Cooperative basis) and find the possibility of getting the framing done by the farmers should be explored so that maximum benefit can be derived through this kind of farming by the farmers.

          He directed the officials that a mechanism or system should be put in place at the earliest to deal with land cases and the distribution of the land of the people could be rectified. The Chief Minister also directed  the officials that the land is required for various development projects and the Panchayati land is constantly decreasing, therefore the emphasis should be on creating a land bank.

          The Chief Minister said that a program is being run to set up vyayamshalas in the State villages and about 550 vyayamshalas have been set up in this direction. He directed the officials that wherever vyayamshalas are set up, wellness centers should also be set up at the same place so that people can be provided facilities nearby. Apart from this, the Chief Minister has directed the officials that wherever consolidation in the villages is left, it should also be made available.

          The officials further informed that three projects have been completed under the E-Bhoomi portal program, out of which two projects are from the Irrigation Department and one project is from the Public Works Department. The Chief Minister was informed that 6631 land is required for 178 schemes of E-Bhoomi for 13 departments. Similarly, 184 demands of 17 departments have been received for taking land on the E-Bhoomi portal.

          The Chief Minister was told that proposals have been received for the full land requirement for 37 demands for which the certificate has been issued to the requisitioning department and a proposal for 2766 acres of land against the requirement of 994 acres of land has been received. The Chief Minister was informed that in case of 50 demands, proposals for 2533 acres of land have been received against the need of 3396 acres of land. The officials of the concerned departments informed about the progress of projects related to their departments on the E-Bhoomi portal.

          In the review meeting, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Mr. Rajesh Khullar, Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr. V. Umashankar, Chief Secretary Mrs. Keshni Anand Arora, Additional Chief Secretary Home, Mrs. Navraj Sandhu, Additional Chief Secretary  Tourism Department, Mr. Vijai Vardhan, Additional Chief Secretary, Public Works Department, Mr. Alok Nigam, Additional Chief Secretary Industries and Commerce Department, Mr. Devender Singh, Additional Chief Secretary Finance Mr. T.V.S.N. Prasad, Principal Secretary, Town, and Country Planning Department, Mr. Apoorva Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary, Irrigation and Water Resources Department Mr. Anurag Rastogi and senior officials of the State  Government were present.



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