The last day of Jan Samvad in Rewari again turns out golden opportunity for four elderly

Chief Minister once again hands over pension certificates, but this time certificates were given on the spot
Chandigarh - The last day of Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal’s three-day Jan Samvad held at village Mamria Asampur in district Rewari again turned into a golden opportunity for the elderly as they got their pension certificates from the Chief Minister that too on the spot. While this time, the empathy, effective as well as expeditious functioning of  Sh. Manohar Lal has proved a boon for four elderly persons. Those who received the certificates from the Chief Minister include Lal Chand and Asaram, residents of village Chimnawas and Bhup Singh and Lali Devi, residents of village Tatarpur.

“It is only because of the portals we have launched that today all these four beneficiaries have received their pension certificates with just one click,” said Sh. Manohar Lal while taking dig at those who tag his government as ‘Portals ki Sarkar’.

During the Samvad, the Chief Minister while fulfilling the demands of the farmers demanding fair compensation for their lands acquired for the construction of the Govindpuri underpass in Bas-Badoli village, the Chief Minister directed the officers concerned that compensation should be paid at the rate of Rs 40 lakh per acre. No development activities should be stopped for whatever reason, nor should farmers suffer financial losses, he stated.

The Chief Minister while giving a patient hearing to the concerns of the Sarpanches also accepted the demand letters for development projects handed by them. He directed the officers concerned to complete several works including increasing the frequency of buses at the bus stand of Mamria village, filling all the ponds through canals, rebuilding the dilapidated building of a sub-health centre in the village, constructing an veterinary  hospital in a time bound manner.

Along with the development works, our government is dedicatedly working for the welfare of society, CM

Sh. Manohar Lal said that, in addition to development projects, his government also implements new programmes for the welfare of society. He further stated that Haryana is now on a new road of growth and development.

He said that in the present state government’s tenure, jobs are awarded based on merit while ending the age-old Parchi-Kharchi system. He said that it is only because of this transparent system that the 17 youth of this village have got jobs on a merit basis.

“With our radical IT reforms, we have ensured that now every single penny meant for the welfare of the public does not go to the pockets of politicians. Previously, citizens had to come to Chandigarh for their work but now everything has been brought on the IT platform,” said Sh. Manohar Lal.

Addressing on this occasion, Cooperation, Public Health and Engineering Minister, Dr. Banwari Lal said that today the state government is moving towards development under the leadership of Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal. He said that in South Haryana, today water is reaching till the tail ends.

The Chief Minister also distributed hearing-aids and tricycles to several Divyangs on the occasion.

Several dignitaries including OSD to the Chief Minister, Sh. Jawahar Yadav also remained present on the occasion.