Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal greeted the people of the state on the occasion of Dussehra.

Chandigarh, October 24 - Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal greeted the people of the state on the occasion of Dussehra.

In a message issued here today, the Chief Minister said that Dussehra symbolizes the victory of good over evil. Therefore, people should celebrate this festival with love in order to end all evil.

He said that the people of the state should celebrate this festival with full enthusiasm in keeping with the rules of maintaining social distancing, wearing masks, and cleaning hand in view of COVID-19. He wished that this festival brings peace and prosperity to everyone.

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MLA Hisar, Dr. Kamal Gupta met Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal and submitted a detailed proposal regarding the Aerotropolis Project and Special Economic Zone and held a discussion for the same.

Chandigarh, October 24: In view of the immense potential of the integrated aviation centre at Hisar, Haryana, it is now being considered to expand it as a World-Class Aerotropolis Project and Special Economic Zone. For this, MLA Hisar, Dr. Kamal Gupta met Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal and submitted a detailed proposal regarding the Aerotropolis Project and Special Economic Zone and held a discussion for the same.

After reviewing the entire project, the Chief Minister appreciated Dr. Kamal Gupta's work to prepare the project and said that he would explore all possibilities in this regard and serious efforts would be made to implement the project.

During the meeting, Dr. Gupta informed that this proposal has been prepared after extensive study of Aerotropolis Projects in countries like America, South Korea, China and Taiwan.

It is noteworthy that for the expansion of integrated aviation center, 10,000 acres of additional land will be required. With this, various future needs will be met. This airport to be built in Hisar will be the only airport in India that will be completely commercial and industrial. The successful implementation of this plan will make the Aerotropolis Project of Hisar even better than those in the US, South Korea, China, and Taiwan countries.

Here, air travelers will be able to have facilities like hotels, shopping malls, entertainment, and cultural activities. The Aerotropolis Project is designed from a development point of view. Hisar will emerge as a major center of economic activity in the coming times. With the development of this project, not only Haryana but also neighboring states will get its full benefits.

The Aerotropolis project will develop a total of 15 projects, including various electronic equipment, military hardware, aerospace-related items, aircraft maintenance, parts repair and overhauling, Technopark, Pharmaceutical Industry, Medical Hub, Film City, and Food Park which is not found in any other airport in the world. Overall, it will prove to be a very ambitious project.

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42 female public representatives of Panchayati Raj Institutions of seven districts including Bhiwani, Charkhi Dadri, Jind, Hisar, Sirsa, Fatehabad, and Kaithal by distributing scooties by Hero Company: DUSHYANT CHAUTALA.

Chandigarh, October 24 - Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Dushyant Chautala today encouraged 42 female public representatives of Panchayati Raj Institutions of seven districts including Bhiwani, Charkhi Dadri, Jind, Hisar, Sirsa, Fatehabad, and Kaithal by distributing scooties by Hero Company for their commendable work and announced that a felicitation ceremony will soon be organized in Panchkula to honour women public representatives from five districts of northern Haryana.

While addressing the women representatives at the programme organized in Jind, the Deputy Chief Minister said that the State Government is constantly making efforts for the development and upliftment of women in rural areas. In the election of Panchayati Raj Institutions, 50 percent reservation will be given to women so that women do not lag behind in any field but can come forward and contribute their 100 percent in the development of the state by playing an important role in the development of their area, and village, he added.

He said that the State Government is also making efforts to increase the income of panchayats. Warehouses will be built to stock 7 lakh metric tonnes of food grains in rural areas, he added. He said that Panchayats will get income of Rs 100 per quintal for storing grains in these warehouses. Not only this, HCS officers have been appointed by the State Government on the posts of Chief Executive Officers in Zila Parishad for the development of rural areas, he added.

He said that the first programme to honour women public's representatives has been organized in district Gurugram. He said that the State Government is working to uplift every section of the state.

Many such schemes have been implemented by the present State Government, due to which every section of society is moving towards prosperity. Regarding the recently implemented Agricultural laws, he said that these laws will prove to be very beneficial for farmers and agriculture. Crops are being procured at Minimum Support Price (MSP) and will be procured at MSP in future as well, he added.

MLA Julana, Mr. Amarjeet Dhanda also addressed the programme. Principal Secretary, Development and Panchayats Department, Mr. Sudhir Rajpal gave detailed information about the steps being taken by the department for the development of rural areas.

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Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Dushyant Chautala said that farmers will not have to face any problems while selling their crops. The crops will be purchased at the Minimum Support Price (MSP) in any case.

Chandigarh, October 24 - Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Dushyant Chautala said that farmers will not have to face any problems while selling their crops. The crops will be purchased at the Minimum Support Price (MSP) in any case.

The Deputy Chief Minister visited several grain mandis of district Jind today to take stock of the crop procurement work. While interacting with the farmers in the grain mandis of Jind, Alewa and Uchana, he said that this year the weather has been favourable for the crops, due to which the harvest has been good in the state. This year, twice the amount of paddy has reached for sale in the mandis as compared to last year, and has been procured within 24 hours at MSP and delivered to godowns and mills.

He said that 38 lakh MT of paddy has reached the mandis so far this year, out of which 31 lakh MT has been procured. Not only this, an amount of Rs 2050 crore has also been paid in the accounts of farmers.

He said that the three agricultural laws that have been implemented recently by the central government are fully farmer friendly. With the enactment of these laws, while the farmers have the freedom to sell their crops anywhere, many crops are being purchased on MSP as well. He said that many crops including mustard, pulses, maize, millet, cotton will be procured at fixed prices.

He said that under the Bhavantar Bharpai Yojana only four crops were included in the first phase, but now the scope of this scheme has been increased to include 11 horticultural crops, including tomato and ginger crops.

The Deputy Chief Minister also heard the problems and complaints of the people of the constituency at Kisan Bhawan in Uchana. During this, he directed the officers to redress problems on the spot.

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Posting and transfer orders of IFS, HCS, HPS and HFS and other various class-I officers as RTA secretaries.

Chandigarh, October 24 - Haryana Government, while further strengthening the functioning of Regional Transport Authority, today issued posting and transfer orders of IFS, HCS, HPS and HFS and other various class-I officers as RTA secretaries.

Among those who have been posted include Mr. Sunil Kumar, IFS, DFO Hisar, has been posted as Secretary, RTA Hisar.

Seven HCS officers who have been posted as Secretary, RTA include Ms. Veena Hooda, Special Secretary, Co-operation Department, Additional Chief Executive Officer, Ayushman Bharat- Haryana Health Protection Authority and Secretary RTA Kurukshetra has been posted as Secretary, RTA Karnal.

Mr. Ashok Kumar Bansal, Secretary, RTA Karnal has been posted as Secretary, RTA Jhajjar.

Ms. Gauri Midha, General Manager, Haryana Roadways Ambala has been posted as Secretary, RTA Ambala.

Mr. Gaurav Antil, Deputy CEO, Mewat Development Agency, Nuh, has been posted as Secretary, RTA Nuh.

Mr. Satyawan Singh Maan, Sub Divisional Officer(Civil), Jind and Estate Officer HSVP Jind, has been posted as Secretary, RTA Kaithal.

Mr. Bharat Bhushan, Joint CEO, Saraswati Heritage Board, Joint Commissioner, Municipal Corporation Yamunanagar and Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Bilaspur has been posted as Secretary, RTA Yamunanagar.

Mr. Amarinder Singh Manais, Deputy Secretary, Administrative Reforms Department, General Manager, Haryana Roadways Chandigarh and Administrator, Municipal Council Ambala Sadar has been posted as Secretary, RTA Panipat.

Similarly, names of the six HPS officers who have been posted as Secretary, RTA include Mr. Jitender Gahalawat, HPS, ACP, Gurugram has been posted as Secretary, RTA Faridabad.

Mr. Dhaarna Yadav, HPS, ACP Faridabad has been posted as Secretary, RTA Gurugram.

Mr. Gajender Singh, HPS, ACP Faridabad has been posted as Secretary, RTA Rewari.

Mr. Angrej Singh, HPS, DSP Narnaul has been posted as Secretary, RTA Bhiwani.

Mr. Hira Singh, HPS, DSP-I IRB, Bhondsi has been posted as Secretary, RTA Sirsa.

Mr. Vijender Singh, HPS, DSP 3rd Battalion, HAP, Hisar has been posted as Secretary, RTA Mahendragarh.

While, Mr. Sandeep Goyat, HFS, DFO, Jhajjar, has been posted as Secretary, RTA Rohtak.

The names of two other officers who have been posted as Secretary, RTA include, Mr. Urmil Sheokand, Divisional Employment Officer, Kurukshtera, has been posted as Secretary, RTA, Kurukshtera.

Ms. Darshna Bhardwaj, Deputy Director, Employment Haryana has been posted as Secretary, RTA, Charkhi Dardi.

Meanwhile, Maj.(Retd) Ms. Gayatri Ahlawat, HCS, Joint Director, Conslidation of Holdings, Rohtak and Sub Divisional Officer(Civil), Sampla has been given additional charge of Sub Divisional Officer (Civil) Meham.

Mr. Manish Sehgal, HPS, DSP Ambala has been posted as General Manager, Haryana Roadways Ambala.