Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said that likewise Assam, the National Register of Citizens (NRC) would also be implemented in Haryana

Chandigarh, September 15- Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said that likewise Assam, the National Register of Citizens (NRC) would also be implemented in Haryana. Besides this, constitution of a Law Commission is also being considered in the state and a separate voluntary department would also be set up to take the services of intellectuals of the society.

The Chief Minister was addressing the people on the last day of the state-level Maha Jan Sampark Abhiyan organised to inform the people about works done by the state government in the last five years, Panchkula today.

In reply to a question, the Chief Minister said that the party is running a five-day Maha Jan Sampark Abhiyan at national level, in the same sequence today, he met with the dignitaries in Panchkula. Apart from former chairman, Haryana State Human Rights Commission, Justice (Retd) HS Bhalla, he also met former Admiral Mr Sunil Lanba, Sector-6, MCD and Lt. Gen. (retired), Baljit Singh Jaiswal at Amaravati Enclave.

The Chief Minister said that the aim of such campaign is to reach out to people about the work done by the present state government during the last five years. He said that they are also taking suggestions of enlightened people about what to do in the coming time. Good suggestions could also be included in our resolution letter, he added.

Mr Manohar Lal said that social audit system would be implemented so that the audit of development works could be done by the intellectuals people of the society, in which ex-servicemen, teachers, engineers or others having special achievement would be included. For this, in the coming time a separate voluntary department would also be formed.

In response to a question, the Chief Minister said that the State Government is working on a fast pace on family identity card and its data would also be used in the National Register of Citizens (NRC). He also appreciated the efforts of Justice (retd), H.S. Bhalla that even after retirement, he is going on a tour of Assam to study NRC data. He said that in a way, it would also be better for the government as Mr. Bhalla's services would be useful for the NRC to be established in the state.

The Chief Minister also discussed other issues with Mr. Bhalla. He said that some laws have become very outdated and they also need to be changed. For example, the PLP Act of the Forest Department which is required to be changed. The Haryana government has also amended it.

He said that likewise, Article 370 and Section 35A had been a hindrance in the creation of a united India for almost 70 and 72 years, which has been amended by Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister, Mr Amit Shah in the second term of the government. And, it is being praised all over India. Lt. Gen. (retd) B. S. Jaiswal suggested to the Chief Minister that Article 51 of the Constitution gives an explanation of what the duty of citizens should be towards the country, but no government is paying attention to it. On this, the Chief Minister said that the Constitution gives us fundamental rights as well as information about our duty towards the country. Likewise Rights, the citizens should be sensitive to their duties.

He said that for the last five years, he has worked with honesty and in a transparent manner by treating 2.5 crore population of the state as his family. In this link, he made contact with people through Jan Ashirwad Yatra in all 90 assemblies recently and in which, Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi himself addressed the people on September 8 from Rohtak.

The intellectuals, with whom the Chief Minister met praising the Chief Minister, said that he has clean image and such personality is very rarely seen in politics.

Others accompanied the Chief Minister included MLAs, Mr Gian Chand Gupta and Mrs. Latika Sharma, Deputy Commissioner, Mr Mukesh Kumar Ahuja, Commissioner of Police, Mr Kamaldeep Goel and other dignitaries.

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With a view to maintain the Polio-Free status of Haryana, the 2nd Sub National Immunization (SNID) round of Pulse Polio 2019-20 has been started today in 13 districts

Chandigarh, September 15- With a view to maintain the Polio-Free status of Haryana, the 2nd Sub National Immunization (SNID) round of Pulse Polio 2019-20 has been started today in 13 districts maely Ambala, Faridabad, Gurugram, Jhajjar, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Mewat, Palwal, Panchkula, Panipat, Rohtak, Sonipat and Yamunanagar, in which booth activity was undertaken on the first day.

While giving this information, an official spokesman said that MLA, Mr Bhagwan Dass Kabir Panthi and MLA, Mr. Bakhshish Singh Virk has inaugurated the SNID round in district Karnal, MLA, Mr Gian Chand Gupta, inaugurated the SNID round in district Panchkula and Speaker, Haryana Vidhan Sabha, Mr Kanwar Pal in district inaugurated round in district Yamunanagar.

He said that this campaign would continue for another two days by way of House-to-House activity to trace and administer polio drops to the left out children on booth day. On the first day during the booth activity, approximately 13.50 lakh (about 51 per cent) children under five years of age have been administered polio drops. In order to smoothly carry out this campaign, around 13,000 booths were setup in the state and these were manned by about 50,000 health officials, volunteers, Anganwari Workers and ASHA workers. About 2,100 officers or officials supervised the activity apart from Independent Monitors of National Polio Surveillance Project (NPSP) - World Health Organization (WHO). This activity was preceded by undertaking awareness campaign through print media, Radio, TV, miking, drum beating and other IEC activities. About 26 lakh children are to be covered during this campaign in the state, he added.

The left out children during the booth activity on the first day would be administered polio vaccine drops on September 16 and 17, 2019, through house-to-house teams.

He said that during this round, special attention has been paid to high risk areas like slums, isolated hutments, brick kilns, floating or migrating population and construction sites so that no child is left uncovered in these areas. About 1,240 mobile teams are also working during the activity to cover all children in underserved and poorly approachable areas.

It is important to know that wherever, pockets of children remain un-immunized, the Poliovirus sustains survival and circulation and with every successive round of Pulse Polio Immunization, the areas of Poliovirus circulation get reduced, He added.

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Transfer and posting orders of one IAS and two HCS officers

Chandigarh, September 15- Haryana Government has issued transfer and posting orders of one IAS and two HCS officers, with immediate effect.

Rajeev Ranjan, Director General, Swarna Jayanti Haryana Institute for Fiscal Management has been posted Director General, Fisheries.

Surender Pal, Sub Divisional Officer-(Civil), Ganaur has been posted Chief Executive Officer, Zila Parishad, Sonipat and CEO,DRDA, Sonipat , relieving Ashwani Kumar of the said charge.

Ashwani Kumar, Managing Director, Cooperative Sugar Mills, Sonipat, Chief Executive Officer, Zila Parishad, Sonepat and CEO, DRDA, Sonipat has been posted Sub Divisional Officer-(Civil), Ganaur and Managing Director, Cooperative Sugar Mills, Sonipat.

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Likewise Assam, the National Register of Citizens (NRC) would also be implemented in Haryana:Manohar Lal.

Chandigarh, September 15- Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal said that likewise Assam, the National Register of Citizens (NRC) would also be implemented in Haryana. Besides this, constitution of a Law Commission is also being considered in the state and a separate voluntary department would also be set up to take the services of intellectuals of the society.

The Chief Minister was addressing the people on the last day of the state-level Maha Jan Sampark Abhiyan organised to inform the people about works done by the state government in the last five years, Panchkula today.

In reply to a question, the Chief Minister said that the party is running a five-day Maha Jan Sampark Abhiyan at national level, in the same sequence today, he met with the dignitaries in Panchkula. Apart from former chairman, Haryana State Human Rights Commission, Justice (Retd) HS Bhalla, he also met former Admiral Mr J.S. Lamba, Sector-6, MCD and Lt. Gen. (retired), Baljit Singh Jaiswal at Amaravati Enclave.

The Chief Minister said that the aim of such campaign is to reach out to people about the work done by the present state government during the last five years. He said that they are also taking suggestions of enlightened people about what to do in the coming time. Good suggestions could also be included in our resolution letter, he added.

Mr Manohar Lal said that social audit system would be implemented so that the audit of development works could be done by the intellectuals people of the society, in which ex-servicemen, teachers, engineers or others having special achievement would be included. For this, in the coming time a separate voluntary department would also be formed.

In response to a question, the Chief Minister said that the State Government is working on a fast pace on family identity card and its data would also be used in the National Register of Citizens (NRC). He also appreciated the efforts of Justice (retd), H.S. Bhalla that even after retirement, he is going on a tour of Assam to study NRC data. He said that in a way, it would also be better for the government as Mr. Bhalla's services would be useful for the NRC to be established in the state.

The Chief Minister also discussed other issues with Mr. Bhalla. He said that some laws have become very outdated and they also need to be changed. For example, the PLP Act of the Forest Department which is required to be changed. The Haryana government has also amended it.

He said that likewise, Article 370 and Section 35A had been a hindrance in the creation of a united India for almost 70 and 72 years, which has been amended by Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister, Mr Amit Shah in the second term of the government. And, it is being praised all over India. Lt. Gen. (retd) B. S. Jaiswal suggested to the Chief Minister that Article 51 of the Constitution gives an explanation of what the duty of citizens should be towards the country, but no government is paying attention to it. On this, the Chief Minister said that the Constitution gives us fundamental rights as well as information about our duty towards the country. Likewise Rights, the citizens should be sensitive to their duties.

He said that for the last five years, he has worked with honesty and in a transparent manner by treating 2.5 crore population of the state as his family. In this link, he made contact with people through Jan Ashirwad Yatra in all 90 assemblies recently and in which, Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi himself addressed the people on September 8 from Rohtak.

The intellectuals, with whom the Chief Minister met praising the Chief Minister, said that he has clean image and such personality is very rarely seen in politics.

Others accompanied the Chief Minister included MLAs, Mr Gian Chand Gupta and Mrs. Latika Sharma, Deputy Commissioner, Mr Mukesh Kumar Ahuja, Commissioner of Police, Mr Kamaldeep Goel and other dignitaries.

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Haryana government has now increased the validity of Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test (HTET) certificate from existing five years to seven years

Chandigarh, September 15- Haryana government has now increased the validity of Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test (HTET) certificate from existing five years to seven years, conducted by Board of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani. A proposal in this regard, has been approved by the Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal.

Giving this information, an official spokesperson said that recently, a meeting was held to extend the validity of HTET certificate, in which, the decision was taken to increase the validity of HTET certificate to 7 years, on the pattern of Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET).

It is noteworthy that the aim of conducting this test is to improve the falling standards in the field of education in the country by finding quality teachers so that the quality of education could be imparted. The HTET is conducted once every year by the Board of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani.

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Haryana Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Mr O.P. Dhankhar today launched a unique initiative in Badli assembly constituency, under the state-level Maha Jan Sampark Abhiyan

Chandigarh, September 15- Haryana Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Mr O.P. Dhankhar today launched a unique initiative in Badli assembly constituency, under the state-level Maha Jan Sampark Abhiyan, in which, cloth bags carrying Five Year Achievements of the state government and promotional material would be distributed today and on September 17, 2019 from door to door, in all the villages of Badli assembly constituency.

Taking forward the Single Use Plastic-Free India campaign of Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi, the Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Mr O.P. Dhankhar himself today distributed publicity material in a cloth bag from door-to-door in village Dariapur. Women trained by Samartha Sanstha have prepared one lakh cloth bags in one day with the slogan of 'Plastic Ko Na, Modi Ji Ko Haan' written on it. These bags would reach all the houses in Badli assembly constituency on September 15 (today) and 17, 2019 and this would be the first assembly constituency, where the message of avoiding the use of single use plastic, would arrive.

He said that September 17, 2019, would be the second day of the two-day Maha Jan Sampark Abhiyan in Badli assembly constituency. This day is also the birthday of Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi. Party workers would also deliver, a booklet based on the five-year achievements of the Haryana government, a resolution letter for not using polythene and a calendar of Prime Minister, from door to door. On calendar, the slogan 'Modi hai to mumkin hai’ and 'Dhankhar hai to hajir' is also written.