Jan Vishwas Rally of Kalanaur in Rohtak

Chandigarh, Feb 10- Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal said that the Present State Government has not only transformed the system but has developed a strong administrative system to make the life of the people happier. The state government is making efforts to provide the benefit of all services at their home.

      The Chief Minister was addressing the gathering in the Jan Vishwas Rally of Kalanaur Vidhan Sabha Constituency at New Anaj Mandi in Rohtak today.

          The Chief Minister said that when the present government took over the reins in 2014, there was a fearful situation in Haryana, corruption was at peak and criminals had political protection, the state government understood the situation and made efforts to transform the system.   He said that e-Disha Kendras, Antyodaya Saral Kendras have been opened. Computer operators have been deputed in Gram Sachivalayas to easily provide services to the people. He said that the present government has curbed corruption by making online the registries of land and made simultaneous arrangements for intkaal. Thus, the present government ended middlemen, in this.

          The online transfer policy of the state government has become the role model for the country. Now, the government jobs are being provided only on the basis of merit. In earlier government, there was lot of corruption for jobs. Similarly, the state government has pulled a plug on Inspector Raj who used to harass the shopkeepers and traders, he added.

         He said that during the previous governments, people were tricked for not paying their electricity bills. The Power Nigams were in losses to the tune of Rs 27,000 crore. The state government formulates a Bill settlement scheme and recovered  Rs 500 crore from the pending bills of Rs 4,000 crore  and waived off Rs 3,500 crore under the scheme. He said that with the implementation of this scheme, the Power Nigams of the state have come into profits. Now, the electricity bills have been reduced to almost half and about 50 per cent villages of the state are getting 24 hours power supply. He said that if the remaining villages had also taken the benefit of this scheme, then the state government would have reduced the electricity rates more.

          He said that the Ayushman Bharat Scheme has been implemented to provide better health facilities to poor families. So far , 15.5 lakh families have been covered under the scheme. He said that in the 55 months of the BJP government, numerous development works have been carried out, which were not carried out in the regime of previous governments in the last 55 years.

          The Chief Minister also directed the concerned officers to provide gas connections to those women, who had no gas connection, under Pradhan Mantri Ujjawala Scheme within 48 hours.

On the forthcoming elections, the Chief Minister urged the voters to bring the BJP government similar victory in Rohtak Lok Sabha elections as happened in Jind bye-elections and teach a lesson to those who set Rohtak on fire for their selfish interests.

          He said that the people of opposition parties are scared of the leadership of Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi , thus they are forming alliances. Such alliances have no future, he added.

On the occasion, the chief minister announced development works to the tune of Rs 224 crore for the development of Kalanaur Vidhan Sabha Constituency.  That included Veterinary  hospital, park, vyayamshalas, health services, roads, bye-pass, railway underpass, water management, re-modelling of  Kahnaur   distributory, drains, water drainage, and others.

         The Chief Minister said that after the demonetisation and GST, the public has deposited huge amount and the Government is spending your money on you. He said that there is no Modi’s  family, neither of Yogi nor of   Manohar Lal. Therefore, their only goal is to serve the public. He said that the country is completely safe in the hands of Prime Minister,  Mr Narendra Modi.

The Chief Minister said that in order to maintain the presence of employees in the offices, the State Government has implemented the biometric attendance system which has shown positive results. Now, employees work for more hours as compared to the period during previous governments.

The Chief Minister reached the Rohtak Sugar Mill after the public meeting and talked to the farmers there. The farmers express gratitude to the Chief Minister for raising the prices of sugarcane.

The Minister of State for Cooperation, Mr Manish Grover also spoke on the occasion.