Poland Ambassador meets Haryana Chief Minister

Detailed discussions held for strengthening bilateral relations between Haryana and Poland

Chief Minister invites Poland to be the partner country for Surajkund International Crafts Mela-2023

Chandigarh, September 14: Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal met Poland Ambassador to India, Professor Adam Burakowski, who paid a courtesy call at the Chief Minister’s office in Chandigarh today. Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Sh. J.P Dalal also remained present on this occasion.

During the meeting, extensive discussions took place for identifying various development avenues for both the nations, especially Haryana in collaboration with the Government of Poland. On this occasion, the Chief Minister also invited Professor Adam Burakowski as the partner country of the Surajkund International Crafts Mela-2023, scheduled to be held in Faridabad, district.

While expressing investment interest in Haryana, Professor Adam Burakowski sought cooperation from the Haryana Government in exploring investment possibilities in the Mega Food Parks which are being set up in Sonipat and Rohtak. He said that these Mega Food Parks can turn out to be a great business opportunity for Poland investors as Poland is already looking out for seeking cooperation from the Haryana Government in terms of the food Industry. Professor Adam Burakowski also showed keen interest in exporting the products produced by Haryana in the field of Horticulture and Agriculture. He also showed interest in getting the details about various flagship programmes and initiatives taken by the Sh. Manohar Lal led state government.

Responding to this, the Chief Minister assured Professor Adam Burakowski that complete cooperation would be ensured to the Poland Government for further strengthening their bilateral relationships.

Besides this, both Chief Minister and Professor Adam Burakowski have also agreed to share their expertise in the fields of Education, Agriculture, Skill Training and Tourism, alongwith exploring the possibilities of signing MoUs for the teacher-student and cultural exchange programmes so as to further strengthen the bilateral ties between Poland and India particularly with Haryana.

Professor Adam Burakowski was apprised by the Chief Minister that innovative and reformatory steps have been taken by the State Government in the field of skilling and developing Haryana as a sports Hub, Industry.

“For ensuring skilling of every youth, Country’s first skill development University, Shri Vishwakarma Skill University has been opened. Besides this, to develop Haryana as a sports Hub, a sports university is also being established in Haryana. As a single window, the system has been established so that potential investors can get hassle-free clearance in setting up their industrial units,” added Sh. Manohar Lal.

Professor Adam Burakowski also lauded Chief Minister for providing a conducive environment and industrial friendly policy for attracting foreign investors in Haryana. He also evinced a keen interest in making further investments in Haryana.

While counting on the achievements of the State Government, the Chief Minister said that various step have been taken by Haryana in order to ensure its transformation through a ‘Go Global Approach’.

Sh. Manohar Lal apprised Professor Adam Burakowski about State Government’s ambitious Parivar Pehchan Patra (PPP) scheme and said that the PPP aims to completely invert the government-citizen relationship as under this flagship scheme of the State Government, it will be the government which would approach the eligible citizens for providing benefits of all welfare schemes at their doorsteps, so that the common man does not have to run from pillar to post for the same.

The Chief Minister informed that the first of its kind Foreign Cooperation Department has been set up by the State Government to identify potential investors across the world in order to establish Haryana as a global brand through the ‘Go-Global Approach’ for transforming Haryana into a global economy.

“Under the PPP a system has been created in which each family is identified as a single unit, “added Sh. Manohar Lal.

Among those present on this occasion included Chief Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Sh. D.S Dhesi, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Sh. V. Umashankar, Principal Secretary, Foreign Cooperation Department, Sh. Yogendra Chaudhary and Director General, Foreign Cooperation Department, Sh. Anant Prakash Pandey and Advisor, Foreign Cooperation Department, Sh. Pawan Chaudhary.

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Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal while extending greetings to the people of the State on the occasion of 'Hindi Diwas' today

Chandigarh, September 14- Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal while extending greetings to the people of the State on the occasion of 'Hindi Diwas' today said that Hindi is one of the most popular languages not only in India but across the world. He elaborated that the language acts as a bridge which connects the people of India to each other. It is the responsibility of all Indians to promote and propagate the language, he added.

Tweeting in this regard, the Chief Minister said that - 'Hindi language is a symbol of National unity, cultural values and besides being the most simple, communicative language it has a major contribution in the development of our culture. He wished everyone a very Happy Hindi Diwas and urged the people to come together and feel proud of their language which unites us Indians in a single thread.

The Chief Minister urged the people of the State to take a pledge to progressively use the official language Hindi alongwith their mother tongue. He elaborated that the progress of the country is possible with the balanced use of both the mother tongue and official language. He said that India is a diverse country and Hindi language is a symbol of national unity and is an integral part of our identity and culture.
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Taking up a writ petition regarding the protesting farmers on NH-44, the Supreme Court has asked the Sonipat District Administration to provide way to common people in public interest on the Kundli-Singhu border near Sonipat on National Highway No-44

Chandigarh, September 14– While taking up a writ petition regarding the protesting farmers on NH-44, the Supreme Court has asked the Sonipat District Administration to provide way to common people in public interest on the Kundli-Singhu border near Sonipat on National Highway No-44 where the farmers are protesting.

In compliance of these orders, the Deputy Commissioner of Sonipat district, Sh. Lalit Siwach held a meeting with the farmers' representatives in Sonipat today. The officers of the District Administration and police were also present in the meeting.

The Deputy Commissioner informed the farmers that while taking up a writ petition (Civil) No.-249/2021 filed by Monicca Agarwaal, the Supreme Court has ordered that the farmers protesting on Kundli-Singhu border in Sonipat district on National Highway No-44 to give way to common man and shift to one side of the road.

The Deputy Commissioner said that the cooperation of the farmers is expected so as to comply with the directions of the Supreme Court. Deputy Commissioner, Sh. Lalit Siwach said that the construction work of National Highway-44 under the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has also been blocked for a long time due to the farmers’ protest which is causing inconvenience to the people. With the completion of the construction work of the National Highway, the general public will be at ease. In such a situation, if the farmers give way on one side of the road then the construction of the National Highway will be completed soon. On the request of the Deputy Commissioner, the farmers’ representatives have assured to give a positive reply in this matter.

In this meeting, Superintendent of Police Sh. Jashandeep Singh Randhawa, DSP Sh. Virendra Singh, DSP Sh. Satish Kumar, President of Bharat Kisan Union Doaba, Sh. Manjit Singh, Sh. Kuldeep Singh, Sh. Jagvir Singh Chouhan, Sh. Balwant Singh, Major Singh Poonawal, Sh. Mukesh Chandra , Sh. Gurupreet, Sh. Jogendra Singh, Sh. Bhupendra Singh, Sh. Kulpreet Singh, Sh. Balwan Singh, Sh. Kartar Singh, Sh. Subhash Chandra Somra, Sardar Satnam Singh, Sh. Vikramjit Singh and many farmer representatives were present.

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CM Window an easy gateway to address grievances of common man

Complaints are reaching directly to the Chief Minister

Employee of electricity department to get revised pension from January 2016

Chandigarh, September 14: In a bid to ensure timely hearing and redressal of every single grievance raised by the citizens of Haryana be it of personal, social and public interest, a single roof system named CM Window was launched by the Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal in the year 2016 is proving to be a boon for the people of the state for providing simple, easy and effective solutions.

With the introduction of this unique initiative, now the citizens do not have to run from pillar to post or pay numerous visits to government offices to get solutions for their problems.

Divulging more details in this regard, Sh. Bhupeshwar Dayal, OSD to the Chief Minister, who has been continuously reviewing and monitoring the complaints received at CM Window from Chandigarh Headquarters, said that this arrangement of the Chief Minister has become 'easy access to the people. Infact Sh. Manohar Lal himself takes the feedback of complaints regularly.

He informed that most of the complaints received on CM Window are against departments like Police, Panchayat, Food and Supplies, Illegal Mining, Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran, Urban Local Bodies, Education.

"It is our duty to satisfy the complainants by resolving the complaints in the shortest possible time. In many cases, recovery has also been made by registering FIRs against those found guilty for being involved in illegal activities, added Sh. Bhupeshwar Dayal.

He informed that Karishma, a resident of Jawahar Nagar, Sonipat had complained on February 11, 2020, that she had passed her B.Ed degree in September 2018 from Harsh College of Education Purkhas. But now the college is refusing to give a degree by making an excuse that the degree has not come from the university.

"Whenever I visit University requesting them to issue my degree, they assure me that my degree would be sent to the college," said Karishma in her complaint.

When the complaint 2020/015937 was uploaded on CM Window and after that the required action was taken after which on September 21, 2020, her B.Ed degree was issued to her and she withdrew her complaint expressing satisfaction, informed Sh. Bhupeshwar Dayal.

He said that similarly, in another case, Laxman Das, resident of village Haveli in Yamunanagar district had filed a complaint that he had retired from the post of AFM from Sadhaura office of Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam on January 31, 2010, and applied in July 2020 that as per the 7th Pay Commission, his pension should be revised from January 2016. But till now no action has been taken. A complaint bearing number 2021/061980 was uploaded on CM Window on August 2, 2021.

He said that the applicant's EPO number 6956 was sent to Senior Accounts Officer Pension, Panchkula through the CM window. On which immediate action was taken and arrears of revised pension of Rs 72,712 were sent through cheque number 460492 on August 12, 2021. The pensioner expressed his gratitude to CM Window, said Sh. Bhupeshwar Dayal.

He further informed that Smt. Anita Devi, resident of Shankar Vihar Colony, Kansapur, Yamunanagar had given a complaint that her husband had died in March 2021. But Sudhir, Patwari of her area was not registering Intakal of land in the name of her and her children. After taking cognizance of the CM window, Deputy Tehsildar Jagadhri informed that after registering the Intakal of the complainant's land, on August 24, 2021, a copy of the Intakal was given to the applicant and she has acknowledged it in writing.

He said that the CM Window has set many examples before the people of Haryana by resolving years-old pending complaints, which has even made positive headlines in newspapers as well as were discussed and praised on social media platforms.

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Transfers and Postings of officers

Chandigarh, September 14– Transfers and Postings of officers and officials engaged in conduct of bye-elections for the seat of ward no. 34 of Municipal Corporation, Gurugram and ward no. 7 of Municipal Corporation, Karnal to be held on October 3, 2021 have been banned.

Giving information in this regard, a spokesperson said that if it is considered necessary to transfer any officer or official connected with the bye-election of Municipal Corporation, prior approval of the State Election Commission will be obtained.

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हरियाणा के कृषि एवं किसान कल्याण मंत्री श्री जे.पी. दलाल वर्चुअल माध्यम से एग्री-हॉर्टी 2021 कॉन्फ्रेंस को संबोधित करते हुए।

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Shri Krishna Ayush University has declared the result of Pre-PhD and Pre-PhD re-appearing examinations

Chandigarh, September 14– The examination branch of Shri Krishna Ayush University, Kurukshetra has declared the result of the Pre-PhD and Pre-PhD (Re-appear) Ayurveda examination. In this regard, a spokesperson of the University said that the result is uploaded on the University portal from where the students can check the result by visiting the official website.

He informed that the Pre-PhD Ayurveda and Pre-PhD Re-appear examinations were conducted in the month of September itself, which were completed within the stipulated time period. He added that pre-PhD annual and re-appearing examinations are held twice a year. Both the annual/complete examinations were conducted simultaneously by the University so that there is no loss in the tenure of PhD scholars.

The spokesperson said that the University has recently conducted the annual and re-appear examinations of BAMS, BHMS and D-Pharma Ayurveda, the result of which will be declared as per the examination schedule. Practical examinations are being conducted in all affiliated colleges of the University by strictly following Covid protocol in the month of September.

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Haryana Government has issued transfer and posting orders of six Civil Surgeons/Principal Medical Officers (PMOs)

Chandigarh, September 14- Haryana Government has issued transfer and posting orders of six Civil Surgeons/Principal Medical Officers (PMOs) with immediate effect.

PMO, Sirsa, Dr. Jai Kishore has been posted as Civil Surgeon, Sonipat.

Civil Surgeon, Sonipat, Dr. J.S. Poonia has been posted as Civil Surgeon, Rohtak.

Similarly, PMO, Kurukshetra, Dr. Raghuvir Singh has been posted as Civil Surgeon, Bhiwani.

Civil Surgeon, Bhiwani, Dr. Sapna Gehlawat has been posted as DD(SS) in DGHS office at Panchkula Headquarters.

Similarly, PMO, Jind, Dr. Manjeet Singh has been posted as PMO, Sirsa.

Civil Surgeon, Rohtak, Dr. Anil Birla has been posted as PMO, Jind.

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A sub-inspector of Food, Civil and Consumer Affairs Department, Haryana had been found guilty of accepting a bribe of Rs. 10,000 in lieu of issuance of license to a depot holder, for which the court has sentenced and imposed a fine on him.

Chandigarh, September 14: A sub-inspector of Food, Civil and Consumer Affairs Department, Haryana had been found guilty of accepting a bribe of Rs. 10,000 in lieu of issuance of license to a depot holder, for which the court has sentenced and imposed a fine on him.

A spokesperson of the Haryana State Vigilance Bureau said that Sonu Singh, son of Bajrang Singh, a resident of Helimandi village in Gurugram district, had given a complaint that Nitesh Rohilla, Sub-Inspector of Food, Civil and Consumer Affairs Department, had taken a bribe of Rs. 10,000 in lieu of issuing depot holder's license.

After receiving the complaint, State Vigilance Bureau had arrested Niltesh Rohilla red-handed while accepting bribe of Rs. 10,000. The Lower Division Court of Sh. Ashwani Kumar, Addition Session Judge, Gurugram has convicted the accused under section 7 of PC Act and sentenced him to undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of 4 years and to pay a fine of Rs. 25,000, in default of payment of fine, he shall undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of 3 months.

Accused has also been sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of 6 years and to pay a fine of Rs. 25,000 for having committed an offence punishable under Section 13 (l)(d) of PC Act and in default of payment of fine to further undergo rigorous imprisonment for a period of 3 months.

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Ensure prompt disposal of public grievances received at 'Centralized Public Grievances Redress and Monitoring System'.

Chandigarh, September 14- Haryana, Higher Education Department has directed all the Principals of Government Colleges, Registrars of Universities, Commanding Officers of NCC Units and Library Heads of District/Sub-Divisional Libraries to ensure prompt disposal of public grievances received at 'Centralized Public Grievances Redress and Monitoring System'.

Sharing information in this regard, an official spokesperson said that the maximum time for disposal of complaints received on the said portal has now been reduced by the government to 45 days from 60 days. Thus, if the complaint is not resolved within the stipulated time due to the matter being sub-judice or being a policy-matter, an interim reply will have to be given on the portal.

Besides this, the officials concerned have been asked to give priority to COVID- related complaints which have to be resolved within a duration of three days. Furthermore, instructions have also been given by the Department to send weekly reports of pending complaints to the nodal officers.