Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala on Thursday handed over various projects worth Rs. 12.20 crores to Narnaul region. On behalf of Prajapati Samaj, he laid the foundation stone for the strengthening work of various roads during the programme organized at Nasibpur.
The Deputy CM laid the foundation stone for the strengthening of the road from Mahavir Chowk to Purani Kachari at a cost of Rs. 203.45 lakhs. Prior to this, he paid homage to Rao Tula Ram at the martyr’s memorial located at Nasibpur.
He informed that a drain will also be constructed on both sides of this route. Along with this, the foundation stone was also laid for the strengthening of the road from Maharampur to Jakhani, to be completed at a cost of Rs. 360.04 lakhs. Drains will be made on both sides up to 800 meters. Apart from this, he also laid the foundation stone for the strengthening of Sihama-Dublana-Bachhod road which will be built at an estimated cost of Rs. 224.24 lakh.
The Deputy Chief Minister laid the foundation stone for strengthening of another important road of the city from Mahavir Chowk in Narnaul city to the four-lane road beyond Nasibpur till bypass. About Rs 432.33 lakhs will be spent on strengthening this four-lane road.
While addressing the citizens in the programme, the Deputy CM said that in order to provide political participation to the backward, the Haryana government has ensured reservation in Panchayati Raj and Urban Local Bodies.
While interacting with the media, the Deputy Chief Minister said that for the first time in the history of the country, the compensation amount has been sent directly to the farmers’ accounts within a month of crop failure. If any farmer still feels that his verification is not correct, he can register his complaint on the e-Kshatipurti portal. The government has decided to re-open the portal for such farmers in the next two-three days. He added that proper compensation will be given after the verification is done.
Sh. Dushyant Chautala said that for the first time in history, an amount of Rs. 181 crores have been disbursed directly to the accounts of 67 thousand farmers through digital mode. This amount is different from the farmers included in the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana. The insured farmers will be given compensation on behalf of the company.
The Deputy CM said that the highest compensation has been given in Mahendragarh district due to high damage reported in the mustard crop. Mahendragarh district alone has been given Rs. 68.86 crores.
Haryana Government is going to bring Aviation Bond Policy to give more opportunities to the youth of Haryana in Bachhod Flying School. Aviation bond policy will be brought in Haryana on the lines of Medical Bond policy. In this, the youth of Haryana will be given direct loans from the banks.