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Friday, October 30th, 2020

-The Central Government will conduct a survey to implement Rajiv Gandhi Awas Yojana in Haryana

INVC,, Haryana,, The Central Government will conduct a survey to implement Rajiv Gandhi Awas Yojana in Haryana and the Union Ministry for Urban Poverty Alleviation has allotted fund to Haryana Government for this purpose. This was stated by Km. Selja, Union Minister for Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation while interacting with media persons at Sirsa today as she was there  to condole the death of Congress leader Mr Bhupinder Godara. She said that the Union Ministry for Urban Poverty Alleviation had implemented Awas Yojana for the poor people in many cities of the country under Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission and now Rajiv Gandhi Awas Yojana would be implemented. On the basis of the survey, it would be implemented in all the cities of the state thereby providing  shelter to the poor. Referring to the Uttar Pradesh Bhatta Parsaul issue, she said that the matter of land acquisition fell within the jurisdiction of the state government and as such state governments were free to formulate their own land acquisition policies. The state government should formulate better policies keeping in view the interest of the common people and farmers. The Bhatta Parsaul land acquisition issue of Uttar Pradesh had claimed the lives of poor people. The state government should formulate farmer-friendly land acquisition policy. Referring to the issue of Sutlej Yamuna Link canal, she said that the Congress party and the state government were making concerted efforts to bring water of Ravi-Beas rivers in the state through this canal. Referring to the recent hike in prices of petrol, Km. Selja said that the prices of the crude oil were determined by the international market. The Central government had to provide subsidy on oil to the oil companies to maintain smooth supply of oil. China and India were providing highest subsidy to the oil companies and India was ahead of China in providing oil subsidy.

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