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Haryana government announces schemes for rural areas

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal says that a centre of AIIMS would be opened at Village Manethi in district Rewari for the expansion of health services
Haryana government announces schemes for rural areas

Haryana government has announced announced many development schemes for rural areas of the state. Recent beneficiary is the rural folks of Rewaridistrict. Chief Minister Manohar Lal, addressing addressing a public meeting  at Bawal in district Rewari, said that a bypass to be constructed at a cost of Rs 500 crore and beginning of basic classes from the new academic session at Bawal centre of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar are two major development schemes for the area.

He said that a centre of AIIMS would be opened at Village Manethi in district Rewari for the expansion of health services in Haryana. Other schemes included a new bus stand to be constructed at Banipur chowk located on NH-8 in Bawal, a Trauma Centre, multi-skill centre at village Dhamlawas for the improvement of  vocational skills of youth. He also announced to give Rs 10 crore  for construction of   sheds at Anaj Mandi and undertake development works in rural areas and Rs 5 crore for urban development.

The Chief Minister said that discussion is on with Punjab government on deadlock of Hansi-Bhutana link canal and it was on a positive note.  If this deadlock is lifted, southern Haryana would not face any scarcity of water. He also announced to approve of schemes of Rs 19 crore under which besides railway under bridge, 34 link roads of Bawal constituency would be constructed.  The Chief Minister also announced to initiate project of Rs 85 crore for the construction of roads in Rewari and  Rs 40 crore project for widening of NH-8 at  Dharuhera.

The Chief Minister said that with a view to overcome the old problem of drinking water and irrigation, a Rs 143 crore project with the support of  NABARD  has been approved by the state government for Rewari and Mahendragarh districts.  He said that efforts would be made to initiate talks with Rajasthan government for finding solution to problem of bringing water in Masani Baraj on Sahbi river. A project would be undertaken to bring the extra water in to Yamuna river during rains in area of Masani Baraj through Jawahar Lal Nehru and Western Yamuna canal. 
 
He said that for transparent governance every district has CM- Window , every tehsil has e-registration and services are being provided through common service centre  at village level. With a view to improve administrative management, he assured the people that soon this would also be done at division and sub – division level. He said that every year he would tour each Vidhan Sabha constituency of the state.

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