Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that now the honorarium of nambardars in the state would be transferred directly into their bank accounts on the pattern of old age pension and other pensions.
The Chief Minister was presiding over the meeting of District Grievances Redressal Committee in Gurugram today. As many as 14 complaints were raised in the meeting and 10 other complaints were put forth the Chief Minister regarding which he had given assurance to take appropriate action.
In the meeting, regarding the meat shops in Gurugram City, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Mr. V. Umashankar informed the Chief Minister that licenses have been issued for meat shops and if anyone was found selling meat in open then action would initiated against them and license would not be issued to them.
Regarding a complaint of Khandsa road, the Chief Minister said that the matter would be got investigated. Regarding the demand to make city free of unauthorized parking areas, the Chief Minister directed the Commissioner of Police to take action against such vehicle owners.
In the meeting, a complaint was raised regarding illegal parking on green belt in Sector 18, old Delhi road. The Chief Minister was informed that HSIIDC had provided parking to local people of the area. The Chief Minister directed the officers concerned to bring the map and detailed information regarding the site in the next meeting and to put a check on commercial activities at the place.
In the meeting, the matter of death of four workers due to bursting of unauthorised water tank being run by the Ciplex Company in Sector 87, Gurugram was also taken up. The Chief Minister was informed that fine was imposed on the said company and compensation had been awarded to the next of kin of the deceased workers and action was being taken on the plant owner. The matter was being investigated by the Haryana Pollution Control Board, Labour Department and Excise and Taxation Department. Mr. Manohar Lal was informed that 119 RMC plants were registered in district Gurugram, of which 66 were registered under the Labour Act whereas six were unregistered on which action was being taken. Apart from this, Pollution Control Board and Excise and Taxation Department were taking action on other units.
The Chief Minister said that the next meeting of District Grievances Redressal Committee would be held beforeAugust 15, 2017.
While interacting with media persons after presiding over the meeting, the Chief Minister said that monsoon and pre-monsoon in the state was good and it would be beneficial for them.
Replying to another question, he said that in view of the various development works being carried out in Gurugram, people may have to face some inconvenience in commuting. He directed the traffic police to make proper arrangements for the ease of traffic. He said that the works were under progress on IFFCO Chowk, underpass on Rajiv Chowk and flyover. The completion of these projects would enable smooth flow of traffic, he added.
Others present in the meeting included MLA, Sohna, Mr. Tejpal Tanwar, OSD, Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority and Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Gurugram, Mr. V. Umashankar, Divisional Commissioner, Dr. D. Suresh, Commissioner of Police, Mr. Sandeep Khirwar, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Mr. Vinay Pratap Singh and other senior officers and officials.