Mr Manohar Lal approved the draft notification to authorize Haryana Real Estate Appellate Tribunal (HREAT), Karnal to hear appeals made against the directions or decision or order made by the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA), Himachal Pradesh and reimbursement of charges on quarterly basis.

Chandigarh September 28: On the request of Himachal Pradesh Government, Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has approved the draft notification to authorize Haryana Real Estate Appellate Tribunal (HREAT), Karnal to hear appeals made against the directions or decision or order made by the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA), Himachal Pradesh and reimbursement of charges on quarterly basis.

While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that the approval of the State Government has been conveyed to the Himachal Pradesh Government to authorize Haryana Real Estate Appellate Tribunal (HREAT), Karnal to hear appeals made against the orders of Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA), Himachal Pradesh or the Adjudicating Officer and to perform such other functions prescribed under the Real Estate (Regulations and Development ) Act, 2016 in respect of Himachal Pradesh by bearing 10 per cent of the annual budget of HREAT, Karnal on quarterly reimbursement basis.

He said that Secretary, Housing, Government of Himachal Pradesh had requested to issue notification in this regard at the earliest.

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Tehsildars to go from village to village for consolidation work
Deputy CM puts 57 Naib Tehsildars on duty

Chandigarh September 28: For the first time in the history of Haryana, Naib Tehsildar will go to every village and farm to measure the land. At present only Patwari or Kanungo used to visit the village for consolidation work. As many as 57 Naib Tehsildars who have completed their training are not only allotted one village each, but directions have also been issued to start the consolidation work from October 1.

Duties of 30 Naib Tehsildars have been assigned for villages of Bhiwani-Dadri district, while eight have been deputed in Rohtak, four in Jhajjar, three in Panipat, eight in Karnal, one in Hisar, two in Ambala, two and two in Gurugram. Before now, Naib Tehsildars in Haryana were not directly responsible for the consolidation.

Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Dushyant Chautala said that 64 villages in Haryana do not have consolidation. Complaints regarding land disputes are usually reported from these villages every day. He said that consolidation is very important to resolve such cases.

He said that for centuries, the land records of these villages were registered in the Bigha and Biswa, while the entire Haryana has land records registered in acre, kanal and marla. The land of the farmers of these villages is divided and the farmers were not able to find way to reach their fields. He informed that due to consolidation, the ‘Zamindar’ (Land Owner) will have legal ownership of his land.

The Deputy Chief Minister said that all Naib Tehsildars have been directed to complete the task of consolidation within the stipulated time period. The names of Tehsildars who have been put on duty for this work include Shekhar in Nanhera village of Panipat district, Kirti in Kaloi village of Jhajjar district, Abhinav in Samaspur village of Dadri district, Pradeep Kumar in Bilaspur village in Panipat district and Arun Lohan in Gudana village of Dadri district.

Likewise, Rohit Kaushik in Chhara village of Jhajjar district, Shelly Malik in Kultana village of Rothak district, Umesh Kumar in Prem Nagar village of Bhiwani district, Deepak in Ghanghala village of Bhiwani district, Jatinder Gill in Mokhra kheri village of Rothak district, Ajay Malik in Bindravan of Dadri district and Prateek in Kheri Hoshdarpur village of Jhajjar district.

Similarly, Saurabh Sharma in Dhani Phogat village of Dadri district, Astiva Parashar in Mokhra Roj village of Jhajjar district, Ankit in Pataudi village of Bhiwani district, Manish Sharma in Girawad village of Rohtak district, Rashwinder Singh Duhan in Bhaini Chanderpal village of Rohtak district.

Kunwar Deep Singh in Tiwala village of Dadri village, Satwinder Kumar in Amritpur Kalan village of Karnal district, Arun Kumari in Shikohpur village of Gurugram district, Sahil Arora in Amritpur Khurd of Karnal district, Paurush Pahal in Salola village of Ambala district, Abhimanyu in Chhapar village of Dardi district, Ravinder Sharma in Ladwas village of Bhiwani district, Neha Yadav in Pichopa Khurd, Kanhara, Laad village of Dardi district, Ombir in Nimar village of Dadri district, Abhinav Siwatch in Dariyapur village of Bhiwani district, Yogendra Dhankhar in Saral village of Bhiwani district , Navdeep in Sandwa village of Bhiwani district, Ashish Kumar in Manglaura Qadim village of Karnal district, Pradyuman in Chaugaon village of Karnal district. Rahul Rathi in Miran village of Bhiwani district, Bharat Bhushan in Singhani village of Bhiwani district, Ashok Kumar in Kitlana village of Bhiwani district, Amit Kumar Mathur in Jui Khurd village of Bhiwani district, Gaurav Rojara in Paintawas Khurd village of Dadri district.

Ankit Gehlot in Leghan Bhanan village of Bhiwani district, Ravi Kumar in Gokal village of Dadri district , Amit Singh in Nangal village of Karnal district, Achun in Bishangarh village of Karnal district, Ajay Kumar in Dabkoli Khurd village of Karnal district, Pramod in Nidana of Rohtak district, Sneha in Kubja Nagar village of Dadri district, Rajesh Kumar in Mohay Ud Dinpur village of Karnal district, Shyamsunder in Harioli village of Ambala district, Karan Kumar in Rambass village of Dadri district and Siraj Khan in a Pahari village of Bhiwani district.

Similarly, Shivraj in Hatwala village of Panipat district, Jitender in Nihalgarh village of Dadri district, Mukul in Kharkeri village of Bhiwani, Hisar, Balram Jakhar in Mohabatpur village of Hisar district, Gaurav in Mai Kalan of Dadri district, Lokesh Kumar in Todi village of Dadri district, Anshul Arora in Mai khurd village of Dadri district, Sunil Kumar in Mandholi Kalan and for Gokulpurwa of Bhiwani district, Harish Chander in Chandeni village of Dadri district and Balwinder Singh in Jhojhu Khurd village of Dadri district have been put on duty.

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Haryana’s Directorate of Census Operations, Chandigarh celebrated Hindi Fortnight from September 14, 2020 to September 28, 2020.

Chandigarh, September 28 – Haryana’s Directorate of Census Operations, Chandigarh celebrated Hindi Fortnight from September 14, 2020 to September 28, 2020. The concluding ceremony of Hindi Fortnight was organized today by M.S. team/Virtual Mode due to COVID-19.

While releasing the second edition of the Hindi e-magazine ‘Aarohi’ on this occasion, Director of Directorate of Census Operations, Ms. Prerna Puri said that emphasis should be laid on the usage of the official language at workplace and requested all employees to resolve to do maximum work in Hindi.

The spokesperson said that during the Fortnight various types of competitions - Hindi noting and drafting, word knowledge test and quiz, Hindi to English and English to Hindi translation, calligraphy, Hindi typing on computer, essay writing, general knowledge (oral), Hindi poetry recitation, etc. were also successfully organized.

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Haryana Government is once again set to surpass its annual target of establishing Custom Hiring Centres (CHCs), which will provide crop residue management equipment to farmers.

Chandigarh, September 28: Haryana Government is once again set to surpass its annual target of establishing Custom Hiring Centres (CHCs), which will provide crop residue management equipment to farmers. As many as 1,500 CHCs, which is almost twice the target set for this year, will be established with financial assistance of 80 per cent of the project cost.

While stating this here today, Additional Chief Secretary, Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Department, Mr. Sanjeev Kaushal, said that a target to establish 820 CHCs had been set earlier. However, keeping in view the demand from farmers, 1,500 such centres would be set up.

He said that preference would be given to small and marginal farmers in hiring machinery from the CHCs. This would ensure that such farmers would also be able to access agricultural machinery easily and participate in the state-wide campaign against stubble burning. Allocations would be done on priority basis in red and yellow/orange zones, identified by the Department on the basis of incidences of crop residue burning last year.

Last year too, the Haryana Government had established 1,685 CHCs against the target of 1,300 CHCs, which is an achievement of 129.61 per cent against the target.

Mr. Kaushal said that 24,705 machines had been deployed in the State in 2018 and 2019. Of these, 8,777 are owned by individuals and 15,928 are with 2,879 CHCs. The Government had also roped in Gram Panchayats for establishment of CHCs at no cost. As many as 851 CHCs established in most vulnerable villages with the assistance of Gram Panchayats, are providing in-situ crop residue management machinery to small and marginal farmers free of cost, he added.

He said that the Haryana Government had achieved more than 95 per cent of the target set by the Central Government for distribution of crop residue management equipment under the scheme ‘Promotion of Agricultural Mechanization for In-Situ Management of Crop’.

This year, the State Government has also decided to provide financial assistance to all the 11,311 individual farmers who have applied for agricultural implements under the crop residue management scheme in the current growing season. Total assistance of about Rs. 155 crore at the rate of 50 per cent would be given.

The Department would provide 454 balers, 5,820 super seeders, 5,418 zero till seed drills, 2,918 choppers/mulchers, 260 happy seeders, 389 Straw Management Systems, 64 rotary slashers/shrub masters, 454 reversible mould ploughs and 288 reapers to the beneficiaries.

Online applications for agricultural implements had been invited from individual farmers and societies till August 21. As many as 11,311 farmers applied for 16,647 implements, against a target of 2,741, in the individual category, he added.

A comprehensive plan to the tune of Rs. 1,304.95 crore has been approved for crop residue management to prevent stubble burning in the State. The Central Government has provided Rs. 170 crore to the State under this plan this year. The Haryana Government has been taking all possible measures for management of paddy straw in-situ (in the field), including distributing equipment for crop residue management, establishing CHCs and establishing dedicated control room at state headquarters at the Directorate of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, he further added.

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The first meeting of the newly formed Technical Committee of Haryana Pond and Waste Water Management Authority held

Chandigarh, September 28 - The first meeting of the newly formed Technical Committee of Haryana Pond and Waste Water Management Authority was held under the chairmanship of Executive Vice Chairman of the Authority, Mr. Prabhaker Kumar Verma. During the meeting, achievements and working of the authority were discussed in detail.

Mr. Prabhaker Kumar Verma said that after the formation of Haryana Pond Authority under the guidance and foresight of Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal, who is also the Chairman of this Authority, a Technical Committee was formed for seeking technical advice for the Haryana Pond Authority.

In the meeting, all the COVID-19 related guidelines including wearing of masks, sanitization and social distancing were followed. In the meeting, discussion over 10731 (urban and rural ) ponds of the state, prepared on PDMS by the Authority in the size of 0.5 acres or bigger, along with their complete description, unique IDs and their different classification were placed before the committee.

Mr. Verma informed that the waste water coming from households into 18 model ponds which are currently under construction is pumped into these ponds only after treating the water through Constructed Wetland Technology. He also informed that digital drawings of the proposed 200 ponds are being made in the year 2020-21, on the basis of which restoration work will be started soon.

He informed that as per the recent orders given by the government, data collection has been started by PDMS for all ponds measuring below 0.5 acres. Simultaneously, the data of garbage and cattle dung being put around the boundary of the ponds has also been started by the PDMS as per the directives of the NGT.

In the meeting, some points along with presentations of five different agencies for waste water treatment were putforth before the committee based on which the committee took important decisions.

In the meeting, all the members especially Mr. CR Babu, who is also a member of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), appreciated the technology being adopted by the Pond Authority and the work done so far. He also gave important suggestions. He informed that through Constructed Wetland Technology, the polluted sewage water is being treated in Neela Hauz Lake in Delhi and the results of which are very good. This technology is very economical as it does not put any additional cost on power and any other.

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Haryana, Chief Minister Flying Squad raided the shops in Ballabgarh, Faridabad today.

Chandigarh, September 28 – Taking action on the sale of adulterated ghee and oil in Haryana, Chief Minister Flying Squad raided the shops in Ballabgarh, Faridabad today.

Giving information in this regard, an official spokesperson said that on receiving information by the Intelligence Unit Ballabhgarh, the Chief Minister Flying Squad, Faridabad, District Food Safety Officer, Mr. N.D. Sharma, District AYUSH Officer, and Drug Inspector (AYUSH), Dr. Jasvir Ahlawat, HMO, Faridabad, Dr. Mohit, Inspector Police Station Sector-7, Faridabad, Mr. Dinesh Gautam, along with other officers constituted two teams, under the supervision of Mr. N.D. Sharma, and conducted a raid at the residence of Mr. Ravi Aggarwal (House No. 5152 and Shop No. 5102 Housing Board Colony, Sector -3 at Ballabgarh, Faridabad).

During the raid being conducted at the residence of Mr. Ravi Aggarwal it came to light that in a room on the first floor the packets of Nature Fresh Refined Oil and Nature Fresh Vegetable Ghee were being adulterated with Artificial Flavour DSG, KC. These were then packed in polypacks of various companies and then were properly sealed in the cardboard box. The Flying Squad recovered three containers of flavour DSG and KC, 700 empty wrappers of Amul Ghee, 800 empty cans of one kilogram, 100 empty cans of 500 grams of Amul Ghee, 200 empty wrappers of Mother Dairy Ghee, 600 wrappers of Milk Food , 40 empty cans of Milk Food Ghee each of 1 kg capacity, 200 empty cans of Milk Food each of 500 grams capacity, 52 pouches of fake Milk Food, readymade vanaspati one tin can of 15 kg, 1 gas stove, cylinder pipe with regulator, one digital scale and one simple scale, a packing machine, a silver box, 26 empty tins of which 24 have Nature Fresh written on them while Milk Food written on remaining two, one sieve for Ghee, three stamps one of date, one of batch number and one of MRP. A total of six packets of adulterated ghee and other items were prepared on the spot.

The accused has been arrested and a case has been registered against Ravi Aggarwal under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

The spokesperson said that the locked shop of Mr. Rajesh Aggrawal Resident House No. 5189, Housing Board Colony Sector-3, Faridabad, was raided by the second team under the supervision of District Ayush Officer and Drug Inspector (Ayush), Dr. Jasvir Ahlawat and HMO Faridabad, Dr. Mohit. Dr. Jasvir Ahlawat and Dr. Mohit, after confirming informed that Power Munkka Vati (pills) which also contains a percentage of Bhang is banned in Haryana State. These medicines have been banned in Haryana and it is a drug which is used by youngsters nowadays as drugs. It has been observed that now-a-days at the shops near the educational institutions these are sold as cannabis pills which is ruining the younger generation.

The spokesman said that Rajesh Aggarwal has been booked under the NDPS Act and the accused has been arrested by registering a case. The local police will take further action against him.
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Haryana Government has decided to extend the last date for applying for Cash Award and Bhim Awards to October 15, 2020, in the interest of the players.

Chandigarh, September 28 - Haryana Government has decided to extend the last date for applying for Cash Award and Bhim Awards to October 15, 2020, in the interest of the players.

Giving information in this regard, the official spokesperson of the Department of Sports and Youth Affairs said that the outstanding sportsperson of the state were to submit applications on the basis of their achievements in the office of respective District Sports and Youth Programme Officers by August 15, 2020. However, many eligible players were unable to submit the application due to some reasons during the said time period. In view of this, the state government has decided to extend the last date for submission of applications for Cash Award and Bhima Award till October 15, 2020.

He informed that now the interested players can submit their applications in the office of respective District Sports and Youth Programme Officers by October 15, 2020. The applications can be downloaded from the departmental website www.haryanasports.gov.in or can also be obtained from the office on any working day.

The spokesperson also informed that along with the application, verified copies of sports achievements, certificate of representation of the state at the national-level, date of birth certificate, residential certificate, copy of bank pass book and three coloured passport size photographs have to be submitted.
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Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam’s Consumer Grievance Redressal Forum will listen to the consumers grievances at Engineer's Office, Panchkula on September 29, 2020

Chandigarh, September 28: Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam’s Consumer Grievance Redressal Forum will listen to the consumers grievances at Engineer's Office, Panchkula on September 29, 2020 from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm.

Giving this information here today, a spokesman of the Nigam said that the members of the forum will hear all power related problems of the consumers, mainly related to billing, voltage, metering complaints, disconnection and connection, interruptions in power supply, safety, lack of credibility and violation of orders given by Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission etc.

However, punishment and penalty in the cases related to power thefts and unauthorized use of electricity under section 126 and section 135 to 139 of Electricity Act and the cases related to investigation and accidents under section 161 will not be heard by the Forum. The spokesperson has appealed to consumers to make the most of this opportunity.