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Sunday, December 6th, 2020

The Narnaul-Mahendergarh area was not given its due in terms of development : Hooda

INVC,, Chandigarh, The Haryana Chief Minister Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda today showered a bonanza of announcements on Narnaul and assured rejuvenation of Mahendergarh district. Mr Hooda was addressing a massive ‘Samman Rally’ which was organized by the Health Minister Rao Narender Singh at ITI ground of Narnaul. The rally was named Samman Rally because the  MLA Narnaul has got a cabinet birth in the Ministry of Mr Hooda after 39 years so it was considered an honour given by Chief Minister to this area of south Haryana.  Despite scorching heat and ongoing harvesting season, the turn out at the rally was more than the expectations of the organizers as the ground was jam packed. Almost all the prominent leaders of Ahirwal area were present in the rally. The Chief Minister said that the Narnaul-Mahendergarh area was not given its due in terms of development by the previous governments. He said that the biggest problem of this area was of water and when he assumed the reigns of the state, he promised equitable distribution of available canal water. For providing water to the farmers of this area and southern Haryana, the construction of  BML Hansi-Butana canal was started at a cost of Rs 392 crore and now this canal was ready which will bring 2000 cusecs of water. Mr Hooda, amid laud applause from the gathering, assured the people to provide every drop of water which is due to the people here. At the same time, the Chief Minister said that the deprivation in terms of development that the area has suffered in the past would be compensated and that too with interest. On the demand raised by the Health Minister Rao Narender Singh, who happens to be MLA from Narnaul, the Chief Minister announced to open an Ayurvedic Medical College in the name of Baba Khetanath at Narnaul if 20 acres of land was provided in village Patikara as promised by Rao Narender. The college would be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 25 crore.  He also announced to upgrade the General Hospital of Narnaul into a Multi-Speciality hospital so that the people of this area did not require to go elsewhere for treatment and they got the modern healthcare facilities here only. Reffering to another demand, Mr Hooda announced to open a polyclinic veterinary hospital with facility of x-ray and ambulance for treatment of animals. He also announced creation of a new development block in the name of village Shima. Presently, Mahendergarh district has five development blocks since 1952 and after the announcement by Mr Hooda, this district will be having 6 blocks. The Chief Minister announced that a tourist complex would be developed in this area on PPP model. He also announced that science stream would be started in the existing government college for women besides extension of park, second phase of grain market, bye-pass to link the Narnaul-Rewari road, construction of two roads in the villages which lie between the villages of Rajasthan and construction of sports stadium in the villages, if adequate land was provided. He said that 37 link roads which Rao Narender had mentioned in his speech would get constructed if the right of way for these roads was as per the norms of the state government. Mr Hooda also announced a grant of Rs 5 crore for taking up development works in villages and Rs 2 crore for Narnaul town. Mr Hooda conceded almost all the demands put forward before him by Rao Narender. Seeing the large gathering, the Chief Minister did not miss the opportunity of reminding the people of the welfare schemes and programmes implemented by the congress government in the state. He said that as he had solved the problem of outstanding electricity bills amounting to Rs 1600 crore, he would also solve the problem of shortage of electricity in the state. He said that now work on setting up of four new power generating plants was going on. Mr Hooda also highlighted the number of steps taken to make Haryana an education hub in future and said that southern Haryana including Narnaul got 3 big educational institutions during his tenure. He said though he was not in habit of making criticism yet he would tell the people that Mr Omparkash Choutala opened only one university in six years of his tenure and that too in his home town Sirsa. Similarly, Ch. Bhajan Lal also opened a university in ten years, that too in his home town Hisar. Mr Hooda said that during the last six years of his tenure from 2005, an amount of Rs 1614.74 crore had been spent on development works in Mahendergarh district alone while the previous INLD government had spent Rs 381.12 crore in Mr Chautala’s six year tenure prior to 2005. He also added that more than Rs 300 crore would be spent in the Central University at Narnaul. Earlier, the Chief Minister also laid the foundation stone of Rai Malikpur (Rajasthan Border)-Narnaul-Mahendergarh-Dadri-Bhiwani-Kharak corridor to be constructed at a cost of Rs 1366 crore. He also inaugurated new grain market constructed in 68 acres of land at a cost of Rs 8 crore. Besides, he inaugurated 132 KV substation at village Seka constructed at a cost of Rs 17.86 crore, another 33 KV substation at Shobapur constructed at a cost of Rs 2.10 crore and inaugurated a new block in ITI constructed at a cost of Rs 2.21  crore. He laid foundation of 33 KV substation in sector- 1 of Narnaul to be constructed at a cost of Rs 3.5 crore. He also laid foundation of a housing board colony in this sector which will be developed in 3.4 hectare of land at cost of Rs 25 crore.  In his address, the Health Minister Rao Narender  Singh also made  announcement of granting Rs 25 lakh to village Gulawala on behalf of Chief Minister. The Chief Parliamentary Secretary Rao Dan Singh, who is MLA from Mahendergarh, mentioned the skewed sex ratio of this district during his address and appealed the people to take a pledge not to differentiate between son and daughter. The Rally was addressed by the HPCC president Phool Chand Mulana, Local MP Shruti Chodhary, Revenue Minister Satpal Sangwan, Chief Parliamentary Secretary Rao Dan Singh and Anita Yadav, MLA Rao Dharampal, Ex MLA from Behror Rajasthan Dr Karan Singh. Political advisor to CM Prof. Virender Singh, Chief Parliamentary Secretary Vinod Bhayana, Spokesman of HPCC Vedparkash Vidrohi, Ex MP Kailasho Saini, Ex Minister Jaswant Singh Bawal were also present.



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