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Haryana CM favours educated Panchayat Representatives

Haryana CM Manohar Lal says for state government has decided that only educated representatives should be elected from Panchayat Institutes
Haryana CM favours educated Panchayat Representatives

For over all development of the villages the government has decided that only educated representatives should be elected from Panchayat institute and the decision of the Supreme Court in this regard is foremost, but the government would definitely keep its aspect before it, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal said.

Talking to reporters after receiving Skoch Smart Governance Award 2015 in New Delhi, the Chief Minister said that the government is making out most efforts to redress the grievances of the people at the earliest and for it facility like CM Window has been provided. Now, the people could register the complaints from their homes through citizen portal ‘Harsamay’ of Police Department. He said that the government is making every possible effort to eradicate corruption from the State and for it various e-services including e-payment, e-stamping system, e-registration, e-refund, e-tendering and e-auction are being provided.

Haryana has been awarded with Skoch Smart Governance Award 2015 for its six schemes namely e-pension, Birth Registration, Finance Management System, E-Tourism, CM Window and E-Disha. Lal received this award from Union Minister for Urban Development Vankaiah Naidu in 41st Skoch Summit organised in New Delhi.

The Chief Minister said that 22 e-services of Health and Revenue Department has been started in the State through the medium of Combined Service Centres and in the current financial year 150 citizen services would be provided on electronic mode. He said that as many as 2500 Combined Service Centres would be opened in the State and presently 650 such Centres are already operational. He said that the Present Government has notified 163 services and the citizens of the State have the right to acquire them. A time limit has also been fixed to provide these services and now, he added.

Lal said that with a view to provide more employment opportunities to the youth of the State, as many as eight MoUs have already been signed which would create about 1 lakh employment opportunities. He said that uninterrupted power supply would be provided to the villages and the cities which would pay their bills on time. He said that the previous Government has not taken any concerted measure towards the payment of the electricity bills.

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