Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Nayab Singh, in the presence of Haryana Governor, Sh. Bandaru Dattatraya presenting a bouquet to Punjab Governor and Administrator UT Chandigarh, Sh. Banwari Lal Purohit during the swearing-in ceremony of Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court at Punjab Raj Bhawan, Chandigarh on July 9, 2024.

Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Nayab Singh presenting a bouquet to Mr. Justice Sheel Nagu on his appointment as Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court at the swearing-in ceremony at Punjab Raj Bhawan, Chandigarh on July 9, 2024.


Haryana CM Approves Improvement of 9 ODR Roads in Karnal District worth more than Rs. 10.59 crore

Chandigarh, July 9 – Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Nayab Singh, has granted administrative sanction for the special repair and improvement of 9 ODR roads in Karnal District. This project will cost over Rs. 10.59 crore. The roads serving rural areas of production and providing them with outlet to market centres, tehsil headquarters, block development headquarters, railway stations etc. are known as Other District Roads (ODRs).

Giving more information in this regard, an official spokesperson stated that the projects to taken up include widening and strengthening on Karnal-Kaithal road to village Pingli Narukheri spanning 4.151 km worth Rs. 1.04 crore, Village Kachhwa to Dera Purbian road spanning 2.250 km worth Rs. 1.24 crore, village Shahpur to village Kalampur road spanning 1.650 km worth Rs. 85.22 lakh, Strengthening on village Dabri Kalampur approach road worth more than Rs. 1.58 crore, village Kalampur to Kachhwa road spanning 3.400 km worth Rs. 95.91 lakh.

Furthermore, Widening and strengthening on village Kachhwa to village Zarifabad road spanning 4.320 km worth Rs. 2.19 crore, village Gogripur to Pingli spanning 2.300 km worth Rs. 1.13 crore, village Kachhwa to Behlolpur spanning 4.100 km worth Rs. 1.34 crore, Karnal-Kachhwa-Sambli-Kaul road to Pundark road spanning 1.100 km worth Rs. 22.78 lakh in Karnal District.


Students to Get Bus Pass Facility up to 150 kms – Minister, Aseem Goel

-Earlier, passes were issued only up to 60 kms

Chandigarh, July 9 – Haryana Minister of State for Transport, Sh. Aseem Goel, has announced that the bus pass facility for students studying in government and recognized educational institutions in the state has been extended from 60 kms to 150 kms.

He informed that the discounted bus passes will be issued to all students studying in such schools/colleges/institutions within the state that are recognized by the state government or affiliated with any university or board in the state.

This decision by the government is expected to benefit several students across the state and is considered a major step taken in the interest of students.

The Transport Minister stated that the Transport Department will issue bus passes for a maximum distance of up to 150 Kms from the educational institution, which was previously limited to only 60 kms. These bus passes will be issued on a semi-annual basis upon the recommendation of the school/college/institution authorities.

According to the letter issued by the Transport Department, any school/college/institution wishing to obtain bus passes for their students must provide a verified copy of their institution's recognition/affiliation certificate along with a list of students to the relevant Roadways depot. This certificate must be issued by a competent authority. After verification, bus passes will be issued by the General Manager of the depot or an appointed officer as per the provided list.

The departmental letter also mentioned that the design/format of the bus passes will remain the same, although the color of the pass may be changed for easy identification.


Free Pilgrimage for Devotees to prominent Religious Sites in the Country – Sh. Subhash Sudha

Minister of State Flags Off Bus for Devotees to Ayodhya

Chandigarh, July 9 - Haryana Minister of State for Urban Local Bodies, Sh. Subhash Sudha, today flagged off a bus carrying pilgrims from Kurukshetra to Ayodhya Dham under the Mukhyamantri Teerth Darshan Yojana. On this occasion, the minister boarded the bus to interact with the devotees and extended his best wishes for their journey.

Sh. Subhash Sudha said that under the Mukhyamantri Teerth Darshan Yojana, devotees are being provided free travel to Ayodhya Dham via Haryana Roadways AC buses. He also mentioned that previously, based on the demand of devotees from Thanesar, buses have been run to Shree Khatu Shyam Mandir, Mathura, and other pilgrimage sites.

He further informed that complete arrangements have been made for the devotees' journey to ensure they do not face any inconvenience on the way.


Results announced for 46 PGT Sanskrit posts

Chandigarh, July 09 – Haryana Staff Selection Commission has released the results for the remaining 46 PGT Sanskrit posts under advertisement no. 4/2015, category number-16, in compliance of the order dated April 22, 2024 of the Supreme Court in SLP (C) 3263/2023.

Sharing information in this regard a spokesperson of the commission stated that out of these 46 posts, candidates have been recommended for appointment against 45 posts and the result of one general post has been kept pending in compliance with CWP No. 1213/2024.


HSSC provides the last chance to correct the category for Group-D Posts, correction portal extended until July 10

Haryana Staff Selection Commission decides in favour of candidates

Chandigarh, July 09- Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) in the interest of the candidate has once again extended the deadline for the correction portal for Group-D posts. Candidates have the opportunity to change their category till midnight of July 10, 2024.

Sharing information in this regard a spokesperson of the commission stated that following a decision by the High Court on July 6, the revised result for CET Group D Stage-1 was released by the commission. The merit list was prepared based solely on the CET scores of the candidates without the benefit of socio-economic criteria marks. To facilitate the candidates, the correction portal was opened from July 6 to July 8 for category changes. However, since some candidates were unable to use this facility, the commission has decided to extend the date to July 10.

The spokesperson further said that the candidates can log in to https://groupdcorrection.hryssc.com and upload their valid documents to correct their category. This portal will remain open until 11:59 PM on July 10, 2024, after which the link will no longer be available.


Haryana government’s big decision in the interest of farmers, ensures equitable compensation for landowners affected by transmission projects

Government nods to a new compensation policy

Chandigarh, July 9- In a significant move towards infrastructure development, ‘Haryana Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Limited’, Energy Department, Government of Haryana has introduced a new compensation policy. This initiative aims to resolve longstanding issues between landowners, particularly farmers and Transmission Utilities. Under the visionary leadership of Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Nayab Singh, the government is committed to expedite the installation of transmission lines to ensure quality power supply across Haryana.

Recognizing the critical need to balance development with fair compensation, the Government of Haryana has approved the policy in line with the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Power, Government of India vide F.No. 3/4/2016-Trans-Part(4) dated 14.06.2024 for compensating Right of Way (RoW) for transmission lines.

The new policy includes the following provisions:

Payment of compensation for the tower base area at the rate of 200 percent of the land value without acquisition and compensation for the Right of Way corridor at the rate of 30 percent of the land value for the transmission line corridor in contrast to the previous policy which did not include compensation for the Right of Way corridor and compensation for the tower base area was set at the rate of 100 percent of the land value.

The provision for crop compensation for farmers remains unchanged and will continue to be paid.

The compensation rates will be determined based on the circle rate/collector rate of the land. Further, to determine land rates for calculating compensation where the market rate exceeds the circle/collector rate of the land, a 'User Committee' will be established at the District level. This committee will comprise the Sub-Divisional Magistrate, the District Revenue Officer, and the Superintending Engineer (HVPNL).

The Chief Minister said that the new policy would significantly increase the compensation paid to farmers and it aims to streamline the implementation of transmission lines while ensuring fair compensation for affected landowners. This initiative is expected to bolster the state's infrastructure and contribute to its multifaceted development, he added.


All roads in urban and rural areas of Thanesar to be Constructed: Subhash Sudha

A Budget of Rs. 2.18 Crore allocated for the construction and repairing of 21 roads in the City

Chandigarh, July 9- Haryana Minister of State for Urban Local Bodies, Sh. Subhash Sudha today laid a foundation stone of 21 roads to be built in Ward No. 18, 20 and 24 in Thanesar Assembly constituency at a cost of Rs. 2 crore 18 lakh 81 thousand.

He said that there had been demands from residents for road construction, which has been fulfilled and also the tenders will be issued to provide proper roads and other basic facilities to the residents.

Highlighting the ongoing works for the enhancement of the city include installing of traffic lights approximately for Rs. 70 Lakhs, beautification of parks and upgradation of community building, said Sh. Sudha.

The Minister further said that a tender for a night sweeping machine for Thanesar will also open on July 15, after which the work of cleaning roads will be done. He assured that many more development projects would be undertaken to make Kurukshetra district more developed and beautiful.


Education Minister Seema Trikha visits injured school children in hospital

Minister assures parents of all possible assistance from the government

Chandigarh, July 09- Haryana Minister of State for School Education, Smt. Seema Trikha visited the school children injured in the bus accident that took place yesterday, at Sector 6 Civil Hospital in Panchkula today. She checked on their well-being and also assured the parents of all possible assistance from the government.

Smt. Trikha spoke with the parents of the injured children and received feedback on the treatment being provided and also directed the hospital staff that the children receive the best possible care and attention. She inquired in detail about the medical treatment and the food arrangements for the injured children.

She directed the CMO to closely monitor the treatment and ensure that the children are discharged only after complete recovery and to the parents' satisfaction.

Civil Surgeon, Dr. Mukta Kumar informed the Minister that around 11 children were admitted to the hospital, including six girls and five boys. One boy is in the ICU, and his condition is better than before.


Over 100,000 jobs to be created in Hisar by Integrated Manufacturing Cluster, Civil Aviation Minister Dr. Kamal Gupta

Chandigarh, July 9- Haryana Civil Aviation Minister, Dr. Kamal Gupta said that that a detailed work plan has been prepared for the development of an Integrated Manufacturing Cluster (IMC). This cluster is expected to generate over 125,000 jobs in Hisar and attract investments worth thousands of crores. A total of 2988 acres of land has been identified for this project, with an estimated cost of Rs. 4694.46 crores.

Sharing more details on the multimodal infrastructure of the IMC, Dr. Gupta said that the nearby DFC stations include Ambala (208 km east), Rewari (156 km west), and logistics hubs/dry ports like ICD Kapashera (182 km), IMLH Nangal Chaudhary (189 km), and Kandla Sea Port (1055 km).

Elaborating on the proposed master plan, Dr. Gupta shared that in Phase 1, out of a total of 1605 acres, 980.20 acres (61 percent) will be used for industry and logistics, 39.02 acres (2 percent) for commercial purposes, 48.60 acres (3 percent) for public and semi-public use, 34.90 acres (2 percent) for residential purposes, 28.50 acres (2 percent) for services, 242.52 acres (15 percent) for green and water bodies, and 231.26 acres (15 percent) for roads and utilities.

The Minister further shared that existing industries near the Integrated Manufacturing Cluster include metal industry, engineering and fabrication, logistics, cotton and textiles, and food processing related to agriculture. This is a positive aspect for the IMC. The proposed IMC allocates 343.20 acres for aerospace and defence, 172 acres for food processing, 289.80 acres for engineering and fabrication, 92.20 acres for ready-made garments, 12.73 acres for common ready sheds, and 70 acres for a logistics park.

Divulging details on the current progress of the proposed Integrated Manufacturing Cluster, the Civil Aviation Minister said that the SHA-SSA draft has been approved by the state government. 100 percent of the land for the cluster has been acquired. NPG recommendations have been received.

He said that the master plan PDR and cost estimates have been prepared and can be notified at any time. Necessary approvals for electricity and water have been obtained from the state government. The Integrated Manufacturing Cluster is ready to give Hisar city a unique identity on the world map, shared Dr. Kamal Gupta.


Haryana's Minister of State for Urban Local Bodies, Sh. Subhash Sudha, stated that under the ‘Haryana Shehri Nikay Svamitva Yojana’

Chandigarh, July 9- Haryana's Minister of State for Urban Local Bodies, Sh. Subhash Sudha, stated that under the ‘Haryana Shehri Nikay Svamitva Yojana’, the Chief Minister has permitted tenants/lessees who have completed 20 years to submit their claims. Those who have not yet submitted their claims and applications will have the opportunity to do so as the portal will be opened for new applications for a final period of 15 days.

The Minister stated that requests were received from various sectors, public representatives, and different shopkeepers to extend the deadline for submitting applications. Therefore, the state government has decided to extend the deadline for tenants/lessees to submit their claims to obtain ownership rights.