CM's Janta Darbar

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • Dec 05, 2014



Photo: Prakhar Pandey

Sending a clear message that the new BJP dispensation in Haryana means business, and is committed to the ongoing development of Gurgaon, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar during his visit to the City emphasised that his government would ensure transparency and accountability - the two things that are most required to bring the Millennium City back on track. The CM also acknowledged Gurgaon’s high revenue contribution to the State. "Unfortunately, however, many of the deserving have been left behind in academic, economic and employment terms," said the Chief Minister. The CM said that his government and officials should consider themselves as public servants and lessen their distance with the people. Taking inspiration from PM Narendra Modi, he asked his officials to become more efficient in delivering benefit (schemes) through digital technology. He reiterated his commitment to cleanliness and said that the Swachhta Abhiyan will be made an integral part of our lives. He directed the officers to prepare a plan for the checking of cow smuggling and cow slaughter.He listened to the grievances of Gurgaon residents, who are hoping for a new dawn of development and a corruption-less government. Walking his talk, Khattar announced that a ‘CM window’ will be set up in every district of the State, where complaints and applications will be received. He said that the people can also lodge their complaints online, on the basis of which a preliminary enquiry would be conducted and, if required, an FIR would be registered against those found guilty. Specific to Gurgaon, the Chief Minister said that a lot needs to be done here in the field of education. He said that the infrastructure within the three government colleges – namely, Government College Sector 14, DSD Government College and Government College Sector-9 - is inadequate even for the current student strength. The CM has sanctioned the construction of new blocks in the all three colleges, at a cost of Rs. 10 crores. Construction work will begin soon. The CM has also approved a college for Manesar, and for Ghamdouj in Sohna. 


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