Haryana Chief Minister directed to constitute a two-member high-level fact-finding technical committee

Committee to submit report within 24 hours in matter of 5 jammed gates of Delhi’s ITO barrage

Chandigarh : While taking cognizance of posts appearing on social media and the news received through different mediums about the five gates of Delhi's ITO barrage being jammed, Haryana Chief Minister, Sh Manohar Lal has directed to constitute a two-member high-level fact-finding technical committee. The Committee will thoroughly investigate the matter and submits its report to the Chief Minister within 24 hours. Two Engineer -in -Chief have been made members of the committee.

        Sh Manohar Lal said that the Haryana Government wants to know the truth about the non-opening of 5 gates of ITO barrage with full impartiality. The State Government is working promptly in providing relief to the flood-affected people, he added. 

The Chief Minister said that almost all the states of North India have suffered huge loss of life and property due to floods. He said that all the state governments should work in solidarity on this issue and refrain from blaming each other as flood is a natural calamity and it has affected many states including Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi.