Government will ensure construction of community centre in the village once the resolution is received passed by the Gram Sabha - Dushyant Chautala
Deputy Chief Minister addressed public meeting in Gurugram
Chandigarh, July 19– Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala said that Government will ensure the construction of community centre in the village once the resolution is received passed by the Gram Sabha
Now the Panchayat of any village, where one to three acres of land is available, gets the resolution passed by the Gram Sabha, then a community centre will be built there.
The Deputy CM was addressing public meetings in various villages including Pathredi, Rathiwas, Khod, Balewa and Khandewala in Gurugram today.
The Deputy Chief Minister said that the absence of any building etc. for social programmes in the villages has also been a big drawback. In such a situation, now the scheme of constructing community centre in the villages is also being implemented on the ground by the government.
He said that now any village, where one to three acres of land is available, can send its proposal to the government after getting the Gram Panchayat passed the resolution from the Gram Sabha and thereafter verifying the land list and map from the Gram Sachiv and Patwari.
He said that the government has so far received about 1100 such applications. Out of which work has started on 800. On the other hand, taking important steps towards water conservation in rural areas, a total of Rs. 800 crore has been spent so far under the Amrit Sarovar scheme.
Sh. Dushyant Chautala said that about 600 services have been made online through the portal to provide benefits of government services and facilities to Haryana residents in a transparent manner.
The Haryana Government is determined to further improve the ease of living for the rural population. Referring to the e-library, he said that so far, a total of one thousand e-libraries have been constructed in the state, which are directly benefiting the youth. He also heard the public grievances after addressing public meetings organized in various villages of Gurugram district.