Haryana Health Minister, Mr. Anil Vij said that to detect various diseases in people and to find out their relevant factors, screening of people would be carried out across the state and free treatment facility would be provided to them.

Chandigarh, Dec 5 – Haryana Health Minister, Mr. Anil Vij said that to detect various diseases in people and to find out their relevant factors, screening of people would be carried out across the state and free treatment facility would be provided to them.

Mr. Vij said that for cancer treatment, third Cancer Care Centre was being established in Ambala which would have best cancer treatment facility. He said that cancer patients of the state would not face any inconvenience in this centre.

The Health Minister said that as per World Health Organisation, there should be one doctor over 1,000 persons whereas in our country, there is one doctor over 1,800 persons. Therefore, to meet the shortage of doctors in the state, recruitment of 995 doctors have been done. Apart from this, it has been made compulsory that doctors studying MBBS in medical colleges of Haryana would have to serve within the state. A notification in this regard would soon be issued, he added.

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Project Director, Chief Minister's Good Governance Associates (CMGGA) Programme, Dr Rakesh Gupta urged the people of Haryana to avail the benefits of Government schemes through Antyodaya Saral Kendras instead of visiting different departments

Chandigarh, December 5: Project Director, Chief Minister's Good Governance Associates (CMGGA) Programme, Dr Rakesh Gupta urged the people of Haryana to avail the benefits of Government schemes through Antyodaya Saral Kendras instead of visiting different departments as in these centers a citizen can avail more than 425 schemes and services of 35 different departments online under one roof. He also directed the officers of various departments to guide the people about Antyodaya Saral Kendras.

Dr Rakesh Gupta said this while presiding over the review meeting of CMGGA with the Deputy Commissioner and senior officers of Gurugram circle today. He also reviewed the progress of various schemes in Gurugram Circle including implementation of PC-PNDT Act and MPT act Swachh Sarvekshan Urban, HARPATH App., Antyodaya Saral Kendras, renovation of Shivdhams, making the roads free from stray cattles and Saksham Haryana (Education)etc.

Dr Gupta gave necessary directions to the concerned officers regarding all the schemes and services being provided at Antyodaya Saral Kendras. He directed them to provide benefits of these schemes to maximum people so as to avoid corruption by brokers. He also inspected the Antyodaya Saral Kendras and Antyodaya Bhawans, being run in Gurugram and got detailed information about the delivery of schemes to the people effective and timely.

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The cooperative sugar mills in Haryana have so far produced over 2.03 lakh quintals of sugar by crushing 29.39 lakh quintals of sugarcane during the current crushing season.


Chandigarh, Dec 5 – The cooperative sugar mills in Haryana have so far produced over 2.03 lakh quintals of sugar by crushing 29.39 lakh quintals of sugarcane during the current crushing season.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of Haryana State Federation of Cooperative Sugar Mills said that the Cooperative Sugar Mill, Rohtak has produced a maximum of 37,450 quintals of sugar by crushing 5.81 lakh quintals of sugarcane. The Cooperative Sugar Mill, Shahabad has produced 30,500 quintals of sugar by crushing 4.58 lakh quintals of sugarcane, followed by Cooperative Sugar Mill, Karnal, which has produced 30,940 quintals of sugar by crushing 4.03 lakh quintals of sugarcane.

He said that the Cooperative Sugar Mill, Meham has produced 22,250 quintals of sugar by crushing 3.83 lakh quintals of sugarcane, whereas Cooperative Sugar Mill, Jind has produced 26,175 quintals of sugar by crushing 3.33 lakh quintals of sugarcane. Similarly, Cooperative Sugar Mill, Kaithal has produced 23,250 quintals of sugar by crushing 3.25 lakh quintals of sugarcane, Cooperative Sugar Mill, Palwal has produced 18,025 quintals of sugar by crushing 2.41 lakh quintals of sugarcane and Cooperative Sugar Mill, Panipat has produced 14,475 quintals of sugar by crushing 1.90 lakh quintals of sugarcane.

Apart from this, HAFED Sugar Mill, Assandh has produced 25,100 quintals of sugar by crushing 4.05 lakh quintals of sugarcane.

He said that so far, average rate of sugar recovery by the cooperative sugar mills has been registered as 8.91 per cent.

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A team of Special Task Force (STF), Gurugram arrested a notorious criminal, carrying a reward of Rs 50,000 on his head, from near Aamla Nehru Park, Sohna Chowk of Gurugram town.


Chandigarh, Dec 5 – In a major break-through, a team of Special Task Force (STF), Gurugram arrested a notorious criminal, carrying a reward of Rs 50,000 on his head, from near Kamla Nehru Park, Sohna Chowk of Gurugram town.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of Haryana Police said that arrested accused has been identified as Ravinder alias Rabbo, a resident of Rohta Patti, Hodal, district Palwal. A pistol and two live cartridges were also recovered from his possession.

He was involved in several cases of crime including attempt to murder, theft, obstructing public servant in discharge of duty, rioting and criminal intimidation. He was also declared a proclaimed offender in a case registered at Sadar Police Station, Palwal.

Meanwhile, Director General of Police, Mr B. S. Sandhu appreciated DIG STF, Sateesh Balan and his team for intensifying efforts to crackdown on criminals in the state.

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71.07 lakh metric tonnes (MT) of Paddy has so far arrived in the mandis of Haryana

Chandigarh, Dec 5 – More than 71.07 lakh metric tonnes (MT) of Paddy has so far arrived in the mandis of Haryana, of which the government agencies have procured over 58.04 lakh metric tonnes and over 13.02 lakh metric tonnes was purchased by millers and dealers.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department said that more than 32.25 lakh MT of paddy have been purchased by the Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department, over 17.75 lakh MT by Hafed, over 7.85 lakh MT by the Haryana Warehousing Corporation and 17,744 MT by the Food Corporation of India.

Giving details of arrival in mandis of different districts, the spokesman said that out of the total arrival, the maximum quantity of paddy has arrived in Karnal which is over 15.21 lakh MT followed by Kurukshetra over 11.63 lakh MT. Similarly, over 8.23 lakh MT paddy has arrived in mandis of Kaithal, over 7.91 lakh MT in Fatehabad, over 7.74 lakh MT in Ambala, over 6.33 lakh MT in Yamunanagar, over 4.54 lakh MT in Jind, over 2.89 lakh MT in Sirsa, over 2.11 lakh MT each in Panipat, over 1.44 lakh MT in Panchkula, over 1.42 lakh MT in Hisar, 48,093 MT in Faridabad, 43,420 MT in Sonipat, 32,766 MT in Jhajjar, 11,657 MT in Rohtak, 10,180 MT in Palwal and 9,800 MT in Mewat.