The Electric Vehicle Policy of Haryana will benefit the buyer as well as the manufacturer, Chief Minister

Electric vehicles will reduce environmental pollution, Manohar Lal

In the State Cabinet Meeting, 31 agendas were discussed, Startup Policy and Data Centre Policy approved

Chandigarh, June 27 – Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that due to increasing pollution levels, the use of Electric Vehicles (EV) has become the need of the hour as the use of EV vehicles not only helps in reducing the increasing pollution levels but will also reduce the use of petroleum products.

While, considering the same, the State Cabinet in its meeting held here today has approved the Haryana Electric Vehicle (EV) Policy-2022, said the Chief Minister while addressing a press conference after the Cabinet Meeting held here today.

Sh. Manohar Lal said that the Haryana EV policy would benefit the buyers of vehicles as well as the manufacturers and people doing research and development.

A discount of 15 percent or of Rs 6 lakh would be given on an electric car priced between Rs 15 lakh and Rs 40 lakh. Similarly, a 15 percent price discount or a discount of Rs 3 lakh will be given on the purchase of a hybrid electric car costing between Rs 15 lakh and Rs 40 lakh. Besides this, 15 percent price discount or a discount of Rs 10 lakh will be given on the purchase of an electric car that costs between Rs 40 lakh and Rs 70 lakh, informed Sh. Manohar Lal.

The Chief Minister said that 100 percent rebate in motor vehicle tax would be given on the purchase of electric two-wheeler and three-wheeler.

Electric vehicle manufacturers also to get an exemption

The Chief Minister said that electric vehicle manufacturers will also be given exemption under the Electric Vehicle Policy. An exemption of 50 percent on state GST for 10 years will be given to the manufacturers. Apart from this, there will be 100 percent exemption in stamp duty. Also, 100 percent exemption will be given on electricity duty for 20 years, shared Sh. Manohar Lal.

The Chief Minister said that the infrastructure related to electric vehicles would also be strengthened to promote the use of these vehicles. Charging stations will be installed in government and private buildings. Charging stations will be set up at private group residential buildings, commercial buildings, malls, institutes and metro stations, he added.

The Chief Minister further informed that along with all these educational and research institutes conducting research on new electric charging technology will be given 50 percent cost of their project.

Startup policy will create new employment opportunities

Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that the startup policy has also been approved in the Cabinet Meeting. This will encourage startups and new employment opportunities will also be created. Today, Haryana ranks third when it comes to startups across the country. Out of 60,000 new startup companies, 5000 companies are in Haryana. Under the New Startup Policy, new startups will be attracted to Haryana by offering several attractive discounts, said Sh. Manohar Lal.

Data Centre Policy to attract new investment in the state

The Chief Minister said that Haryana State Data Centre Policy-2022 has also been approved in the Cabinet Meeting. In today's technology-driven era, keeping the data safe is the biggest task. Data Centre Policy has been prepared for setting up of data centres in Haryana. Companies making data centres have been given many exemptions in stamp duty, electricity duty and state GST. It is estimated that this Policy will attract new investment of several thousand crore for Haryana.

Shrine board to be constituted at Shree Mata Bheemeshvari Devi Temple

The Chief Minister said that approval has also been given for constituting Shrine Board at Shree Mata Bheemeshvari Devi Temple (Ashram), Beri. The case related to this temple is pending in the court. On this, the court had asked the government to take its decision. The government has now decided to make this temple a Shrine Board like the Mansa Devi temple, said Sh. Manohar Lal.

Haryana to prepare a plan for Agniveer who will serve the country under the Agnipath scheme

Responding to a question, the Chief Minister said that Agniveer serving the country under Agnipath scheme might return after four years, but the State Government has directed the departments concerned to prepare a plan for their employment. 75 percent of Agniveers employed under Agnipath scheme who will return back with experience, training and ideas will be given priority in jobs as along with the Central Government, Haryana is also considering to provide them job opportunities.

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The Chief Minister was presiding over a meeting organised today regarding the implementation of Chief Minister's Announcements made in the districts during his visits.

Chandigarh, June 27 - Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that the areas where land is required for developmental projects should be taken through e-bhoomi portal so that the pending projects are completed soon and public is benefitted. He also asked the officers concerned that other than written correspondence they should inspect the spot regarding such projects and submit the report with immediate effect so as to ensure speedy implementation of the schemes.

The Chief Minister was presiding over a meeting organised today regarding the implementation of Chief Minister's Announcements made in the districts during his visits.

He said that so far, 9,128 announcements have been made out of which 5947 have been commissioned. Apart from this, work is in progress on 1445 announcements and 1359 announcements are pending on which work will be started at the earliest. He directed the officers concerned to identify the site for construction of Indian Heroes and Warriors memorial at Kala Amb in Panipat and Sikh Museum in Kurukshetra and submit report in two days.

The Chief Minister said that a policy should be formulated after conducting a survey to regularize the shops along roads. The Chief Minister was reviewing the announcements made for shops on Shahbad Road and Barwala Road in Kurukshetra. The officials apprised the Chief Minister that permission is granted to build guest houses around the residential area. For this, an application has to be submitted on the portal of the department.

The Chief Minister said that next month, he will review the announcements constituency wise in detail along with the MLAs. Apart from this, all the heads of departments should also monitor the Chief Minister's Announcements regularly. He said that mapping is being done across the state to build a sports stadium. Therefore, the work of stadium etc. should be done through Sports Department only. He was apprised that 50 acres of land was required for Science City Gurugram. It came to light during the meeting that for this, a Committee has been constituted under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary, Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal to select the land.

He said that Secretariat buildings would be constructed in all the sub-divisions of the state which do not have Mini Secretariat. For this, land process and other formalities should be completed. The work of construction of houses of administrative officers in Kharkhoda is being done at a fast pace. He directed to rename the Safidon Stadium in the name of Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee with immediate effect.

The Chief Minister was apprised during the meeting that the construction work of flour mill at Jatusana would be completed in April 2023. Also, all the formalities to open martial arts school in Lohgarh would be completed soon.

The Chief Minister was informed that a hospital is being constructed in Sector 102 of Gurugram and a hospital will also be built in Sector 67. Apart from this, permission has been given to set up Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital in Bhiwani's Prem Nagar at a cost of Rs 323 lakh and an Ayurvedic hospital in Kalwan at a cost of Rs 34 lakh.

The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary, Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal, Chief Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Sh. DS Dhesi, ACS Sh. VS Kundu, Sh. PK Das, Sh. Devender Singh, Dr. Sumita Misra, Sh. V Raja Shekhar, Sh. Ashok Khemka, Sh. Vineet Garg, Sh. Anil Malik, Sh. AK Singh, Principal Secretary Sh Arun Gupta and many senior officers.

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Deputy Commissioners should complete the registration process of lands registered on e-Bhoomi portal as soon as possible: Chief Minister

The purchase of 181.98 acres of land was finalized in the meeting of the High Power Land Purchase Committee

So far 1154 acres of land has been purchased across the state through e-bhoomi portal

Chandigarh, June 27 – Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that the Deputy Commissioners should complete the process of registration of lands registered on the e-Bhoomi portal at the earliest. Along with this, the farmers who are willing to give land for different projects should immediately get the land signed in the presence of Tehsildar. The Chief Minister was speaking during the meeting of the High Power Land Purchase Committee at the Haryana Secretariat on Monday. Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala was also present in this meeting.

During the meeting, 181.98 acres of land was purchased for 6 projects of Public Works Department (Building and Roads). This land has been bought for Rs 157.38 crore. 0.6 acres of land was required by the Public Works Department to build a road from Lalya to Chhota Barola on the Tangri river in Ambala. This land has been bought for Rs 18.6 lakh. Similarly, 3.6875 acres of land was required by the Public Works Department to build a new road from Machhrauli to Patasani in Jhajjar. This land has been purchased through the e-bhoomi portal for Rs 92.19 lakh.

Along with this, 26.89 acres of land was required by the Public Works Department for the construction of four line road of Chhuchakwas bypass of Jhajjar. This land has been bought for Rs 860.80 lakh. In Hisar district, 120 acres of land was required to build a four-lane road from NH-9 to NH-52. This land has been bought for Rs 13200 lakh. 2.8938 acres of land was required by the Public Works Department to build the road from Majra Dubaldhan to Jatela Dham in Jhajjar district. This land has been bought for Rs 101.28 lakh. 28 acres of land was required for the construction of road from NH-44 to NH 334B in Sonipat district. This land has been bought from the villagers of different villages for Rs 1465.20 lakh.

E-bhoomi portal is proving to be an efficient platform

Sh. Manohar Lal said that land is being purchased for different projects through e-bhoomi portal. Along with transparency, farmers are also benefiting from this. So far, Haryana Government has fixed rates for 60 projects through this portal, under which 1154 acres of land has been finalised. This land has been bought for Rs 554.76 crore. This has helped in timely completion of various projects of the government. During the meeting, Chief Minister reviewed the purchase of land related to 15 projects. Along with this, directions were also given to the Deputy Commissioner, Rewari to complete the registration of land purchase for AIIMS to be built in Rewari at the earliest.

In this meeting, Transport Minister, Sh. Mool Chand Sharma, Agriculture Minister, Sh. JP Dalal, Cooperation Minister, Dr. Banwari Lal, Urban Local Bodies Minister, Dr. Kamal Gupta, Haryana Chief Secretary, Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal, Finance Commissioner, Sh. PK Das, Additional Chief Secretary, Irrigation and Water Resources Department, Sh. Devender Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare Department, Dr. Sumita Misra, Additional Chief Secretary, Public Health Engineering Department, Sh. Apoorva Kumar Singh and other senior officers were present. All the Deputy Commissioners joined the meeting through video conferencing.

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Directions given for planning door-to-door garbage collection

Chandigarh, June 27- Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala said that it is the endeavour of the State Government to make all the villages of the state dirt-free so that they look clean and beautiful. He directed the officers to prepare a special plan for door-to-door garbage collection.

The Deputy Chief Minister was presiding over a meeting of the officers of Development and Panchayats Department here today. Development and Panchayats Minister, Sh. Devender Singh Babli was also present on the occasion.

Sh. Dushyant Chautala said that people in the villages of the state pick up the garbage from their homes and throw it outside on the Phirni or Panchayati land, due to which the situation of filth is created. During the rainy season, there is a possibility of spreading diseases. He said that to rid the people of this mess, the state government has decided to formulate a door-to-door garbage collection scheme. This work will be done through a company or an NGO. This waste will be sorted on a dry-wet basis and sent further to solid waste treatment plants for proper disposal.

The Deputy Chief Minister directed the officers to make such a plan in which a door-to-door garbage collection company or NGO will pick up the garbage from the identified points at public places like schools, hospitals, Anganwadis, Panchayat Ghar etc. He said that the arrival time of the vehicle of the garbage pickup company should be decided after talking to the panchayat or other social institutions so that people do not face any inconvenience.

Director of Development and Panchayats Department, Sh. Dhirendra Khadgata besides other senior officers were present on the occasion.

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HEALTH DEPARTMENT GOVERNMENT OF HARYANA

Website: haryanahealth.nic.in -Email: dhs.idspdatam@hry.nic.in

Media Bulletin on COVID–19, Dated- 27/06/2022

The Detailed Status of Surveillance Activity for COVID-19 as on 27th June, 2022 is given below:

Total No. of Sample Taken Today

10420

Total No. of Positive Cases Detected Today

450

Total Active COVID-19 Patients

2853

Total No. of Active Cases under Home Isolation (27-06-2022)

2772

Total No. of Samples found Positive till date

1014444

Total Positive COVID-19 Patients Recovered / Discharged till date

1000946

No. of Deaths

10622

Total No. of People Vaccinated Today

21018

(1st Dose: 1135

2nd Dose: 7361

Precaution Dose: 12522)

Cumulative Coverage of COVID-19 Vaccination - 1st Dose

(Achieved 100% for 18yrs above population)

23568916 (100%)

Cumulative Coverage of COVID-19 Vaccination - 2nd Dose

(Achieved 87% for 15yrs above population)

19438371 (87%)

Cumulative Coverage of COVID-19 Vaccination - Precaution Dose

972636

Cumulative Coverage of Total COVID-19 Vaccination

43979923

COVID-19 Today (27-06-2022) Positivity Rate

3.52%

Recovery Rate

98.67%

Fatality Rate

1.05%


District Wise Details:

Sr

No

Name of District

Positive Cases Today

No of Active Cases

Cumulative Positive Cases

Cumulative Recovered/ Discharged Cases

Recovery Rate (%)

No. of Deaths

COVID-19, Vaccination Status

(NHM, Haryana)*

Coverage of Vaccination on 27-06-2022

Cumulative Coverage of

Vaccination

Dose 1st

Dose 2nd

Precaution

Dose

1

Gurugram

220

1267

281946

279672 [451] ↑

99.19%

1007

222

639

3125

5445611

2

Faridabad

47

648

131635

130246 [105] ↑

98.94%

741

157

472

1662

4082905

3

Hisar

18

74

62369

61120 [31] ↑

98.00%

1175

69

244

160

2363890

4

Sonipat

12

46

58864

58542 [3] ↑

99.45%

276

41

461

284

2302564

5

Karnal

16

108

48436

47732 [11] ↑

98.55%

596

60

308

401

2402884

6

Panchkula

27

213

44973

44345 [1] ↑

98.60%

415

39

128

408

1138431

7

Ambala

10

89

40968

40337 [1] ↑

98.46%

542

38

139

493

2154812

8

Panipat

14

44

36186

35470 [10] ↑

98.02%

672

78

288

570

2070917

9

Sirsa

5

29

33495

32927

98.30%

539

21

297

115

1947799

10

Rohtak

14

96

32178

31528 [16] ↑

97.98%

537

41

855

499

1738149

11

Yamunanagar

9

19

30740

30266 [4] ↑

98.46%

455

37

251

265

1977720

12

Kurukshetra

17

46

26956

26512 [8] ↑

98.35%

398

75

818

758

1569187

13

Bhiwani

4

24

26608

25919 [8] ↑

97.41%

665

51

1003

519

1802280

14

Mahendragarh

4

23

24777

24589

99.24%

165

30

253

663

1402389

15

Rewari

2

3

24704

24477 [7] ↑

99.08%

224

27

137

490

1587864

16

Jind

12

37

24450

23871

97.63%

542

35

377

304

1733860

17

Jhajjar

4

21

23591

23214 [2] ↑

98.40%

350

47

160

610

1593701

18

Fatehabad

2

14

20104

19592 [2] ↑

97.45%

498

3

21

24

1196453

19

Kaithal

9

38

14326

13917 [1] ↑

97.15%

371

32

395

300

1791199

20

Palwal

3

9

13526

13347 [2] ↑

98.68%

170

11

38

131

1543705

21

Charkhi Dadri

0

1

7482

7336

98.05%

145

17

58

679

910801

22

Nuh

1

4

6130

5987

97.67%

139

4

19

62

1222802

HARYANA

450

2853

1014444

1000946 [663] ↑

98.67%

10622

1135

7361

12522

43979923

Position of COVID-19 Beds* in Haryana: -

Districts

Govt O2 Other than ICU

Pvt. O2 Other than ICU

Govt Beds O2

ICU

Pvt. Beds O2

ICU

Govt

Ventilators

Pvt. Ventilators

Total

Total

Occupied

Available

Total

Occupied

Available

Total

Occupied

Available

Total

Occupied

Available

Total

Occupied

Available

Total

Occupied

Available

Total

Occupied

Available

Ambala

436

0

436

364

0

364

41

0

41

40

0

40

33

0

33

24

0

24

938

0

938

Bhiwani

350

0

350

211

0

211

7

0

7

66

0

66

21

0

21

17

0

17

672

0

672

Charkhi Dadri

190

0

190

27

0

27

1

0

1

34

0

34

11

0

11

0

0

0

263

0

263

Faridabad

531

0

531

1640

6

1634

91

0

91

530

4

526

61

0

61

126

0

126

2979

10

2969

Fatehabad

73

0

73

106

0

106

47

0

47

46

0

46

11

0

11

26

0

26

309

0

309

Gurugram

259

0

259

2203

28

2175

10

0

10

637

20

617

32

0

32

237

5

232

3378

53

3325

Hisar

383

1

382

584

0

584

40

0

40

207

0

207

85

0

85

128

0

128

1427

1

1426

Jhajjar

75

0

75

549

0

549

25

0

25

287

0

287

13

0

13

50

0

50

999

0

999

Jind

225

0

225

183

0

183

20

0

20

61

0

61

12

0

12

12

0

12

513

0

513

Kaithal

115

0

115

85

0

85

14

0

14

25

0

25

17

0

17

14

0

14

270

0

270

Karnal

115

1

114

165

1

164

41

0

41

106

0

106

5

0

5

18

0

18

450

2

448

Kurukshetra

37

0

37

326

0

326

0

0

0

147

0

147

15

0

15

85

0

85

610

0

610

Mahendragarh

181

0

181

141

0

141

0

0

0

59

0

59

15

0

15

18

0

18

414

0

414

Nuh

149

0

149

14

0

14

24

0

24

3

0

3

31

0

31

0

0

0

221

0

221

Palwal

150

0

150

200

0

200

8

0

8

127

0

127

25

0

25

21

0

21

531

0

531

Panchkula

201

0

201

157

0

157

49

0

49

50

0

50

55

0

55

12

0

12

524

0

524

Panipat

414

0

414

276

0

276

10

0

10

140

0

140

4

0

4

45

0

45

889

0

889

Rewari

75

0

75

334

0

334

8

0

8

187

0

187

8

0

8

34

0

34

646

0

646

Rohtak

983

0

983

289

0

289

326

0

326

176

0

176

291

0

291

82

0

82

2147

0

2147

Sirsa

460

0

460

240

0

240

10

0

10

102

0

102

25

0

25

39

0

39

876

0

876

Sonipat

535

0

535

654

0

654

60

0

60

105

0

105

60

0

60

35

0

35

1449

0

1449

Yamunanagar

131

0

131

356

0

356

26

0

26

152

0

152

5

0

5

27

0

27

697

0

697

Total

6068

2

6066

9104

35

9069

858

0

858

3287

24

3263

835

0

835

1050

5

1045

21202

66

21136

*Data above includes total patients admitted including Non-Haryana Residents and is dynamic in nature.

*Source – NHM Beds Portal, Haryana


Major Activities undertaken by the State of Haryana to control the spread of COVID-19

• Department of Health fixed the per day upper cap of COVID treatment charges in all private hospitals through order dated 25.06.2020. The rates for isolation beds (Rs. 8, 000 per day for Non- NABH Hospitals, Rs. 10, 000 per day for JCI/ NABH Hospitals), ICU Beds without Ventilators (Rs. 13, 000 per day for Non- NABH Hospitals, Rs.

15, 000 per day for JCI/ NABH Hospitals), ICU Beds with Ventilators (Rs. 15, 000 per day for Non- NABH Hospitals, Rs. 18,000 per day for JCI/ NABH Hospitals).

• State Government has fixed the Rates/ Charges for different type of COVID 19 testing as below:-

1. CBNAAT testing- 2400/-.

2. True NAT Testing- 1250/-

3. RTPCR Samples collected at private hospitals/ labs and their designated collection centers - 299/-

4. RTPCR Samples collected through home visits - 499/-

5. Rapid Antigen Testing-50/-

6. IgG based ELISA Testing-250/-

• The Government of Haryana has fixed the upper limited of lab test in patients of COVID-19/ post-COVID

Sr. No.

Investigation

Maximum Charges in Rs.

1

CT/HRCT Chest

2100

2

IL -6

1000

3

D- Dimer

400

4

LDH

250

5

CRP

350

6

Procalcitonin

1500

7

Ferritin

300

sequelae, as tabulated below:-

• Haryana Village General Health Checkup Scheme: The scheme was initiated from May 15, 2021 & villages with high COVID load were taken on priority and Rapid Antigen Testing (RAT) was the main stay of screening. Till date, total 1,73,79,228 were screened and 1,10,928 cases of ILI were detected and 5,164 positive cases were diagnosed, isolated and treated to prevent the spread of disease. The villages with positivity more than 5 were re-screened. Out of 13,22,058 people re-screened, 90 positive cases were detected and treated to effectively curtail the spread.

• Total labs capacity available in Haryana for COVID-19 testing.

Total Labs

52

Govt. Labs

26

Govt. Labs Capacity

10130 per day

MoU with Private Labs

26

MoU with Private Labs Capacity

108450 per day

Total Labs Capacity

118580 per day

• Sero Survey- Health Department, Haryana has conducted 3rd round of Sero Survey in the month of September 2021 in the State, wherein Seroprevalence was found to be 76.3 (Urban 78.1 & Rural 75.1 ). In previous 2 rounds, the Sero prevalence was found to be 8 in 1st round and 14.8 in 2nd round of Sero Survey.

• Govt. of Haryana has made 2nd dose compulsory for which detailed guidelines have been issued to all Deputy Commissioners on 22 December 2021.

• Vaccination for population between 15 to 18 Years of age was started on 03-01-22.

• Govt. of Haryana has started administering COVID-19 Booster/Precaution Dose on 10th January 2022 to Health Care Workers, Front Line Workers, and to people of 60 Years and above with comorbidity, who have completed 9 months since the 2nd Dose.

State Nodal Officer – IDSP

24x7 State Control Room-nCoV number: 8558893911(Panchkula, Gurugram and Faridabad district)1075 & 108

MoHFW, GoI 24x7 Control Room Number: +91-11-23978046

Website:www.mohfw.gov.in