CM rolls out incentives worth Rs 129 cr for Y地agar

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Old 02-Nov-2015
Post CM rolls out incentives worth Rs 129 cr for Y地agar

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today announced a slew of incentives to the tune of Rs 129 crore for the people of the Yamunanagar assembly constituency.
He was addressing a public meeting held on the occasion of the Haryana Day programme here. On the occasion, he announced to increase the monthly minimum wages of unskilled labourers from Rs 5,900 to Rs 7,600 and of that of skilled labourers from Rs 6,536 to Rs 9,699. He said the state government was committed to providing welfare services to state employees. Their salaries would be increased, said Khattar.
He also announced that the Social Welfare Department would set up its centres at block and sub-divisional level, so that people did not have to visit the district headquarters to get themselves enrolled for various social security pension schemes.
Besides, he announced a new scheme of social audit would be implemented at village level to ensure transparency in development works and keep a check on corruption.
填nder the social audit scheme, village-level social audit committees would be set up in the state. It would help in eradicating the menace of corruption and discourage the commission agents, said Chief Minister.
He said sugarcane of each and every farmer would be purchased. The Saraswati Sugar Mills, Yamunanagar, would be made operational from December 1.
徹n his initiative, the Saraswati Sugar Mills authorities have agreed to shift the mill 10 km away from the city. This would not only prove beneficial for the farmers, but also decongest traffic, said the CM. Assembly Speaker Kanwarpal Gurjar, Yamunanagar MLA Ghanshyam Das Arora, CPSs Shyam Singh Rana and Bakhshish Singh Virk and Sadhaura MLA Balwant Singh also spoke on the occasion.
Lacklustre response to CM's public meeting
Yamunanagar: The state-level function of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar received a lacklustre response from people here. An official source said that 4,200 chairs were kept at the Dasehra ground, Yamunanagar. When the Chief Minister reached the venue, most of the chairs were filled, however, only half of the gathering was reportedly seen after the Chief Minister started delivering his speech. Meanwhile, the Chief Minister made a number of announcements, especially for the Yamunanagar Assembly constituency. After the formation of the BJP government in the state, it was 11th visit of the Chief Minister in Yamunanagar district. His all public meetings were a success except today's meeting. A BJP leader said. "The failure of the public meeting shows that the public is fed up with the government and its countdown has begun with the completion of its only one year in the office," said state Congress chief Ashok Tanwar.
Govt will expedite development works: Khattar
Karnal: On the occasion of Haryana Day, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said today that the government would speed up development works in the state. He was in the city today to flag off 'Run for Unity' to mark the birth anniversary of Vallabhbhai Patel and for the celebrations of Haryana Day. He pledged to uphold the spirit of national unity of the country. "Haryana is entering its 50th year and we are going to celebrate it as a Golden Jubilee year," said Khattar. Before flagging off 'Run for Unity' from the 'Raahgiri' venue, the CM said. He ran along with thousands of residents in Sector 12 and also attended the weekly 'Raahgiri' programme.
Comedians enthral
Kaithal: Artistes presented cultural items at a function organised by Jat Yuva Sabha here on the eve of Haryana Day. Comedians Daryao Singh Malik and Ram Mehar Randa, Narinder and Rajiv Sharma enthralled audience. Kaithal SP Krishan Murari was the chief guest while Mahaveer Phogat, father of Phogat sisters, presided over the function.
Community lunch held
Sonepat: Though there was no official programme on Haryana Day, a community lunch was organised at the DCR University of Science and Technology, Murthal. A Yoga Week also commenced at the BPS Women University, Khanpur Kalan. VC Prof RS Dahiya said the university would organise different events throughout the year to recall the history of Haryana.
'Run For Unity' held
Gurgaon: A 'Run For Unity' was organised on Sunday in Gurgaon to mark Haryana Day and commemorate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. It was flagged off by Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma and PWD Minister Rao Narbir Singh from the Tau Devi Lal stadium.

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