State Government has prepared a plan to arrange special transport facility from schools to homes for girl students of Mewat and Morni hills:Ram Bilas Sharma

Chandigarh, July 16 – Haryana Education Minister, Mr. Ram Bilas Sharma said that the State Government has prepared a plan to arrange special transport facility from schools to homes for girl students of Mewat and Morni hills. The State Government has a target to ensure each girl in the state has access to higher education.

Mr. Sharma was interacting with Union Human Resource Development Minister, Mr. Prakash Javadekar through video conferencing at Narnaul today. Mr. Javadekar today held a meeting with Education Ministers of all states through video conferencing to bring all aspiring districts equal to other districts.

Mr. Sharma informed that district Mewat and Morni Hills have been kept in category of aspiring districts. In order to ensure that the girls of these areas may not face any problem in reaching to their schools, the government would ply special buses in these areas. Apart from this, Residential School has been opened in Ferozepur Jhirka to increase the interest of girls towards education.

The Education Minister informed that State Government has decided to upgrade 32 Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas from elementary to senior secondary level. Approval in this direction has been given by the Central Government. Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas also have hostel facility and expenses of all facilities are borne by the government.

He said that under Beti Bachao Beti Padhao campaign, 70,000 girl students of 10 districts were taken on tour to local heritage, archaeological and museums, and such tours would be organised in future as well.

The Minister said that the State Government has taken a new initiative to provide sanitary napkins every month to about 6.38 lakh students of classes VI to ten plus two.

He said that ‘Beti ka Salam-Rashtra ke Naam’ campaign was launched in 2015-16 under which the flag hoisting ceremony on the occasion of Independence day celebration in the government schools was done by the most educated girl of that village or locality.

On this occasion, Mr. Sharma also informed about the steps taken towards improving the education level in the state.

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six cheating cases have been reported during D.L.Ed- 2nd year (Regular) and D.Ed.-third semester (Re-appear) examinations July-2018 conducted by Haryana School Education Board (HSEB).

Chandigarh, July 16- In Haryana, six cheating cases have been reported during D.L.Ed- 2nd year (Regular) and D.Ed.-third semester (Re-appear) examinations July-2018 conducted by Haryana School Education Board (HSEB).

Giving this information, a spokesman of the Board said that a flying squad of Chairman, HSEB, Dr Jagbir Singh and Secretary, Mr Dirender Khadgata inspected the examination centres in district Charkhi Dadri and caught three cases of cheating.

He said that special flying squads of Chairman, Board did surprise inspection in all districts, in which one case was caught from Mahendragarh district and two cases were reported by other flying squads.

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Haryana Government has decided to remove the councillors in case they themselves remain absent for more than three consecutive meetings of municipalities and their relatives represent them.

Chandigarh, July 16 –To prevent the practice of proxy attendance by husband or relatives of female councillors in the meetings of municipalities of the state, the Haryana Government has decided to remove the councillors in case they themselves remain absent for more than three consecutive meetings of municipalities and their relatives represent them.

While stating this here today, the Urban Local Bodies Minister, Mrs Kavita Jain said that the practice of proxy attendance by relatives of female councillors in the meetings of municipalities was of great concern and occurrence of which has been increasing day by day.

She said that the present government was giving impetus to ensure increased participation of women in politics and in decision making so as to fully empower them. At present, 42 per cent representation in municipalities was that of women. If instead of raising their voices to express their opinion on their own, they allow their relatives to do so; their political abilities would not develop and grow. In such circumstances, the initiative taken by the present government to politically empower them would be completely lost.

The decision to remove the councillors in case they allow their relatives to represent them and remain themselves absented in three successive meetings of the Municipalities has been taken to ensure that elected women councillors attend the meetings of municipalities.

The Principal Secretary, Urban Local Bodies had issued directions in this regard to all the Commissioners, Municipal Corporations, Executive Officer, Municipal Councils and Secretary, Municipal Committees. They have also been directed to hold the meetings of the Municipalities once in a month in consonance with section 25 of Haryana Municipal Committees Act 1973 and section 52 of Haryana Municipal Corporation Act 1994 so as to ensure accelerated development of urban areas.

Besides this, directions have also been given to strictly implement section 14(C) of Haryana Municipal Act 1973 and section 34(D) of Haryana Municipal Corporation Act 1994 under which councillors could be removed for remaining absent in three consecutive meetings of the municipalities.

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The work of installing taps in all the villages throughout the State will be completed byDecember 31, 2018. Beside this, wherever there is any leakage of water, it will be repaired immediately.

Chandigarh, July 16: Haryana Minister of State for Public Health Engineering, Dr. Banwari Lal said that the work of installing taps in all the villages throughout the State will be completed byDecember 31, 2018. Beside this, wherever there is any leakage of water, it will be repaired immediately.

Dr. Banwari Lal said this after returning from Singapore where he attended International Water Week -2018. More projects on water conservation and polluted water treatment by using the latest techniques would be implemented in the state, he added.

He said that rise in population in urban areas, constant increase in the demand of water supply and changing weather conditions are main reasons for shortage of water. These all were deliberated in International Water Week in Singapore so as to find solutions on a global platform.

He said that in addition to treating the polluted water, discussions were held to improve the quality of water supply. A water summit was also held during this visit so as to make the future generations learn about various methods of water management.

He said that in Water Reclamation Plant, Singapore, the waste water is treated through deep tunnels, which destroys the pollutants and passed through in-tube coolers to be reused for supply in the households or industries after treatment. The delegation from Haryana learnt the technical knowledge about the working of this plant from the concerned officials of Singapore. There are four such plants in Singapore, he added.

Dr. Banwari Lal urged the people to judiciously use water as per their need. He said that earlier Singapore had shortage of water and was dependent on Malaysia for water supply. However, after implementing various methods of water conservation including rain water harvesting, Singapore today has become an inspiration for other countries in water conservation and treatment.

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There is plan to connect Vasant Kunj in Delhi with MG Road in Gurugram.

Chandigarh, July 16- Haryana Public Works Minister, Rao Narbir Singh said that there is plan to connect Vasant Kunj in Delhi with MG Road in Gurugram. This road would further be linked with Delhi Jaipur Highway.

He said that a U-turn would be constructed on Delhi-Jaipur Highway near Ambience Mall to give relief to the residents living near the mall from traffic problem. The U-turn would be constructed at the cost about Rs 150 crore which would be equally borne by Builders -DLF and Ambience.

He said that the present government is making efforts to improve the connectivity between Delhi and Gurugram to remove traffic congestion. After opening of KMP expressway on August 15, 2018, the traffic congestion would further be eased for the people living near Ambience Mall. A Logistic hub would also be made with KMP Express Way so that all heavy vehicles carrying goods should not enter the city.

Referring to Dwarka Expressway, he said that the expressway would be constructed at the cost of Rs 7,200 crore and its tenders have also been invited and the construction work would begin from next month. This would improve the connectivity between Delhi and Gurugram and reduce the traffic volume.

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Transfer and posting orders of two IAS Officers and one HCS officer

Chandigarh, July 16- Haryana Government has issued transfer and posting orders of two IAS Officers and one HCS officer, with immediate effect.

Anurag Agarwal, Director General and Secretary, Higher Education Department has been given additional charge of Registrar, Cooperative Societies.

Uttam Singh, Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Mahendragarh has been posted Sub Divisional Officer (Civil), Kosli.

Ruchi Singh, Joint Director (Admn.), AYUSH has been given additional charge of Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Ayushman Bharat-Haryana Health Protection Authority.

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State Level Trade Promotion Committee constituted under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary, Mr D.S. Dhesi to review all trade related issues including issue of Logistics, Agriculture exports and service export.

Chandigarh, July 16- Haryana government has constituted a State Level Trade Promotion Committee under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary, Mr D.S. Dhesi to review all trade related issues including issue of Logistics, Agriculture exports and service export.

While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that the member of the committee includes Additional Chief Secretary, Industries, Principal Secretaries of Agriculture and Farmer’s Welfare Department, Mines and Geology department and Public Works departments.

Convener and Co-convener of the committee would be Director, Industries and Commerce department and Director General Foreign Trade, North region Chandigarh respectively.

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Haryana Police have booked four persons including a Sarpanch representative under NDPS Act

Chandigarh, July 16 – Haryana Police have booked four persons including a Sarpanch representative under NDPS Act during ongoing campaign against drug peddlers in district Sirsa. Police has recovered 2 kg opium and 10 kg Doda Post from their possession, besides a car used in transporting the narcotics.

A plate indicating Sarpanch representative, Nambardar and President of SriKrishna Gaushala was placed in front of the car. Car driver, Sanjay Kumar’s wife is Sarpanch of village Khuian Malkana.

While stating here today, a spokesman of Police Department said that acting on the directives of Director General of Police, Mr B.S. Sandhu, a crackdown against smuggling of narcotics was launched in district Sirsa especially in the areas bordering Rajasthan and Punjab.

He said that Crime Investigation Agency of Sirsa during patrolling in Dabwali area has signaled a car to stop, but the driver accelerated and tried to move other side but nabbed by the team. When searched police has recovered 2 kg of opium valued at around Rs 6 lakh in international market. The arrested accused has been identified as Sanjay Kumar, a resident of village Khuian Malkana, Mohan Lal of district Jodhpur in Rajasthan and Gurdeep Singh, a native of Khuian Malkana.

In another case, CIA Dabwali team had also arrested a person carrying 10 kg Doda Post in the district. The arrested accused has been identified as Raja Singh, a resident of Jajal in Punjab.

Police team also enquiring the name of suppliers and efforts were being made to nab them. Cases under NDPS Act have been registered against the accused and further investigation was on, he added.

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Haryana Police has succeeded in arresting three members of Kuki gang

Chandigarh, July 16 – Haryana Police has succeeded in arresting three members of Kuki gang following a brief encounter in district Jind. One arrested criminal Rakesh also carried a reward of Rs one lakh.

While stating this here today, a spokesman of Police Department said that police had also recovered three pistols and eight live cartridges from their possession. All the three accused were allegedly involved in various cases of murder, attempt to murder and robbery. Atleast 18 cases were registered against them in the states of Rajasthan and Punjab as well as in Panchkula, Panipat and Rohtak.

He said that arrested accused have been identified as Rakesh, a resident of Panipat, Gagandeep of Zirakhpur in district Mohali and Sunil of Rohtak. All three accused are of criminal nature and their main objective is to create panic among people. Many big cases of crime were unearthed with their arrest.

He said that Crime Investigation Agency of Jind Police had on getting a secret information nabbed all the accused from Raichandwala in district Jind. All the accused would be taken on police remand by producing them in the Court so that other cases could be unearthed.

Meanwhile, Director General of Police, Mr B.S. Sandhu has appreciated the team of CIA Jind to nab all the notorious criminals and added that State Police would not spare anyone who would try to disturb law and order situation in the state. Stern action as per law would be taken against all criminals and anti social elements.