हरियाणा के राज्यपाल श्री सत्यदेव नारायण आर्य से बिजली व जेल मंत्री श्री रणजीत सिंह शुक्रवार को राजभवन में

CHANDIGARH,22.01.21-हरियाणा के राज्यपाल श्री सत्यदेव नारायण आर्य से बिजली व जेल मंत्री श्री रणजीत सिंह शुक्रवार को राजभवन में शिष्टाचार मुलाकात करते हुए।

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The 11th State Level Voters' Day will be observed virtually at the Haryana Civil Secretariat Chandigarh on January 25, 2021. Haryana Chief Secretary, Mr. Vijai Vardhan will be the chief guest

Chandigarh, January 22: The 11th State Level Voters' Day will be observed virtually at the Haryana Civil Secretariat Chandigarh on January 25, 2021. Haryana Chief Secretary, Mr. Vijai Vardhan will be the chief guest on this occasion, while the programme will be chaired by Additional Chief Secretary, Home Department, Mr. Rajeev Arora. All the Deputy Commissioners and other officers of the state will also attend the programme virtually from their respective districts.

Giving information about this, Chief Electoral Officer Mr. Anurag Agarwal said that Voters' Day will be observed from the district level to the polling station level in which voters will be made aware of their constitutional rights. He said that in compliance with the guidelines by Election Commission of India during COVID-19, special brief revision of photo-electoral rolls was conducted twice in the state.

Mr. Agarwal said that 5,02,030 new voters were added in the state during the revision of the voter on the basis of eligibility on January 1, 2021, which now has 1,88,08,322 voters. Of these, 1,00,44,531 are male and 87,63,791 are female voters. He also said that to make voters aware, the Election Commission will conduct seminars on the topic 'Sabhi Matdatta Banne Sashakt, Satark, Surakshit Aur Jagruk' (Let all voters be strong, alert, safe and aware).

He said that on this Voters Day, e-EPIC facility will be provided to voters in two phases. The first phase will be held from January 25 to January 31 which will include new mobile voters with unique mobiles. In the second phase this facility will be available to all registered voters.

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Haryana Police Academy (HPA), Madhuban has bagged the Union Home Minister’s Trophy for the Best Training Institution in the entire country for Non-Gazetted Officers (NGOs), for the year 2016-17.

Chandigarh, January 22 – Haryana Police Academy (HPA), Madhuban has bagged the Union Home Minister’s Trophy for the Best Training Institution in the entire country for Non-Gazetted Officers (NGOs), for the year 2016-17.

Besides, HPA Madhuban and RTC Bhondsi have also received four other Union Home Minister Trophies in North Zone category for the year 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20.

Giving this information here today, Director General of Police (DGP) Haryana, Mr. Manoj Yadava said that it is a matter of pride for Haryana Police that both HPA and RTC had bagged the prestigious trophies for their excellence in police training. He also congratulated the police officers and trainers of these academies for their excellent performance and recognition at national level.

The DGP said that HPA Madhuban and RTC Bhondsi has been awarded with Union Home Minister’s Trophies for the Best Police Training Institutions in north zone for Gazetted Officers (GOs) and other ranks respectively, for the year 2017-18. Similarly, HPA Madhuban had also bagged the trophy for best training in GOs category for year 2018-19 and in NGOs category for 2019-20.

The objective of the institution of the Union Home Minister’s Trophy for Best Police Training is to recognize the importance of training and the trainers in police organizations and to promote the quality of training in police training institutes across the country. There are 3 categories of the Trophy that is Best Training Institute for the training for Gazetted Officers, Best Training Institute for the training for Non-Gazetted officers and Best Training Institute for the training for Other Ranks.

The award at national level also includes grant in aid as sanctioned by the Union Government, he added.

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Addressing press conference regarding achievements of Bal Mahotsav organized online at State Level by Haryana State Council for Child Welfare, Honorary General Secretary of HSCCW, Mr. Krishan Dhull said that the event was historic as about 5 lakh participants have participated.
Chandigarh, January 22:- Addressing press conference regarding achievements of Bal Mahotsav organized online at State Level by Haryana State Council for Child Welfare, Honorary General Secretary of HSCCW, Mr. Krishan Dhull said that the event was historic as about 5 lakh participants have participated. The enthusiastic participation of 3.5 lakh girls and 1.5 lakh boys in 23 competitions in 73 categories have shown the relevance of 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' campaign. Notably about one crore people attended this event and encouraged the participants through various social media platforms.

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, about 4.35 lakh entries of children had registered during the online celebration of Bal Mahotsav. At district level this event was conducted from October 10, 2020 to November 10, 2020 through various competitions organized in all the districts of the state. Prizes of about Rs 22 lakh were distributed to more than 13,000 winners at district level in the state. At the state level, prizes of about Rs 40 lakh will be distributed among 592 winners. He said that the Bal Mahotsav organized online at State Level has become a historic event. Not only across the country but all over the world, this event has been considered as the biggest event held online during Covid-19 pandemic, he added.

Efforts are on to get it recorded in Limca Book, Guinness Book and Asia Book of Records. Mr. Dhull said that Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Dushyant Chautala inaugurated this state level programme as chief guest. After this, all the Union Ministers and Cabinet Ministers, Ministers of State attended this event. They extended their blessings and guidance to the children.

On the occasion of culmination of this online state level event, the Governor, Mr. Satyadeo Narain Arya who is holding the portfolio of president of HSCCW shared his valuable views with the children. Mr. Arya extended his wishes to the Council for organizing such a commendable event. He said that the chief guests who attended this Bal Mahotsav have announced to give about Rs 70 lakh from the voluntary fund.

He said that the Mini Bal Bhavan will be constructed at an estimated cost of about Rs 2.25 crore. In this manner, the council have announced Rs 3 crore for child welfare activities which has become a great achievement. About 56 artists including Bollywood, Punjabi, Haryanvi, international players, UPSC toppers and other dignitaries inspired the children to participate in this event. Mr. Krishna Dhull said that Haryana State Council for Child Welfare is offering a good platform to the children to enhance their talent. Availing this platform, the children have been refining their skills and talent.

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Haryana’s Colleges and Universities will be tobacco-free from January 26, 2021.

Chandigarh, January 22– Haryana’s Colleges and Universities will be tobacco-free from January 26, 2021.

To spread awareness among students in this regard various steps will be taken like writing slogans in the institutes and appointing nodal officers to caution the students about the harmful effects of tobacco consumption.

In the said awareness campaign the Haryana’s Education and Health Departments will work in coordination and will play a pivotal role.

Giving information in this regard an official spokesperson said that the Director General of Higher Education Department has directed all the State Universities and Private Universities in Haryana, besides all Government, Aided and Self-Finance Colleges to ensure that their educational institutions are Tobacco-free by January 26, 2021 and necessary steps should be taken to certain that it is maintained in future as well.

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Haryana Food and Drug Administration conducted a massive raid in Ambala today, took samples of Haryana Fresh Desi Ghee and Shri Govind brands and sealed the stock.

Chandigarh, January 22 - Haryana Food and Drug Administration conducted a massive raid in Ambala today, took samples of Haryana Fresh Desi Ghee and Shri Govind brands and sealed the stock. The help of police force was also taken during this raid. It is noteworthy that 417 samples of milk, edible oil and milk products have been taken from various places of the state recently, out of which 28 samples were found to be unsafe. During this period, goods worth about Rs. 13.50 lakh were also seized.
Commissioner, Food and Drug Administration, Mr. Lalit Siwatch informed that on the directions of Haryana Health Minister, Mr. Anil Vij, a special campaign was launched to control adulterated foods, under which the said samples from Ambala, Panipat, Pillukheda, Kurukshetra and other places in the state were collected. In this, 54 milk samples were taken, out of which one was unsafe and 13 samples were found to be substandard. Similarly, 363 samples of ghee and edible oil were collected out of which 27 were found to be unsafe, 86 substandard and 44 miss-branded.
Mr. Lalit Siwatch said that a State-Level committee was formed to take appropriate action in this regard, in which Food Safety Officers of Panipat, Hisar and Jhajjar were included as members. This committee took appropriate action against the complaints of adulteration of edible oil, milk and milk products in the entire state and collected these samples from across the state. These samples were sent to the laboratory, on the basis of which action is being taken against the people concerned.
Mr. Lalit Siwatch said that the team collected samples of five different brands of desi ghee in Panipat. Samples of blending and vegetable oil were collected from 8 Marla AJMD Food, which were found to be miss-branded. Similarly, during raids conducted in Kurukshetra including 1500 kg old and rejected ghee, 17500 kg edible powder, 10 cans of 200 kg butter, 40 kg cream, 100 kg milk powder, 75 kg palm oil, 100 tins of ghee along with 196 kg food items were seized. The value of goods seized from Kurukshetra is said to be more than Rs 13.50 lakh. He said that during the festive season, raids were conducted by the administration at Shahabad and other places and large quantities of adulterated substances were seized.