Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said that the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)-II to be set up at village Bhadsa in district Jhajjar would be bigger than the one in Delhi and its Out Patient Department (OPD) would soon be made functional.
The Chief Minister, who was interacting with media persons in Rohtak today, said that Union Health Minister, Mr Ghulam Nabi Azad would lay the foundation stone of the OPD on May 30. He said that the building of the OPD would soon be fabricated and it would be equipped with all modern facilities.
In reply to a question concerning the power sector, Mr Hooda said that there was shortage in supply of coal which had affected the generation of power. However, this shortage would soon be met with. He directed the power utilities to replace the burnt wires at Chuliana.
While replying to a question on house tax, Mr Hooda said that the issue was under consideration. However, he said that the Government would get funds under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission only if it imposed some house tax, which he added, would not be a big burden.
When asked to comment about exemption on payment of electricity bills of agriculture, he said that there was no such plan. Out of 12 lakh defaulters, nine lakh consumers have been regularly paying their electricity bills. Those who would not pay electricity bill, their connections would be disconnected without any delay.
On the issue of corruption, he said that the corrupt would not be spared. Earlier, Mr Hooda redressed the grievances of the people.