Manohar Lal has appealed to the representatives and office-bearers of Haryana Roadways Employees Unions to join their duty immediately keeping in view the festival season and also the problems being faced by the general public.

Chandigarh Oct 20- Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has appealed to the representatives and office-bearers of Haryana Roadways Employees Unions to join their duty immediately keeping in view the festival season and also the problems being faced by the general public. The Government is always ready to hold discussions with them. All the Unions’ office-bearers have been appealed to come to the office of Director General, State Transport, Haryana located on second floor, 30-bays building, Sector 17-B, Chandigarh at 12 noon on October 21, 2018 (Sunday) for discussion with the Director General and officers of the department. Their genuine demands would be considered sympathetically and action would be taken to fulfill them.
The continuous five days strike by Haryana Roadways employees since October 16 has caused inconvenience to the general public in their daily routine work. It is our Constitutional and moral responsibility that any of our acts should not create problem for the general public. In festival season, on not getting cheap, convenient and reliable travel facility by the Haryana State Transport, public resentment is understandable.
The representatives of Haryana Roadways Employees Unions have this misconception that by hiring 700 buses of private bus owners would lead to privatization of the department and the employees would be sorted out. Whereas this is not true as the buses hired from private bus owners will have conductors from the department only. Thus according to the norms of the department, 980 conductors would be recruited for these buses. The fare charged from the passengers of these buses would be deposited to the state exchequer. The owners of these buses would be paid as per the fixed rate of the various depots (from Rs 31.01 to Rs 37.30 per km). It is not a stage carriage or contract carriage scheme. In fact, under Public Private Partnership mode, 700 additional buses would be added to the fleet of Haryana State Transport so that the general public would get cheaper, reliable and convenient transport facility. It is pertinent to mention here that these buses hired on per kilometer basis would not be given any permit and these buses would ply on the permit and fixed routes of Haryana Roadways buses. Inspite of this, some representatives of Haryana Roadways Employees Unions are on strike. The state government always protects the interest of the employees but it is also the priority and moral responsibility of the State Government to provide better facilities to the people of the state.
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Haryana Finance Minister Capt. Abhimanyu said that Jan Sahyog Rally to be organised in district Jind on October 21

Chandigarh Oct 20- Haryana Finance Minister Capt. Abhimanyu said that Jan Sahyog Rally to be organised in district Jind on October 21 would prove to be a milestone for the development of Jind. Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal would inaugurate and lay the foundation stone for 11 development projects worth Rs 570 crore on this occasion.
Capt. Abhimanyu said this while reviewing the preparations of upcoming Jan Sahyog Rally at Jind today. He said that under the leadership of Mr Manohar Lal, the present state government has completed four years tenure. In these four years, the number of development works completed by present government have not been undertaken in the 40 years of the previous governments. He said that by seeing the support of people towards Jan Sahyog Rally, it is very much sure that Jind rally would be historic.
He said that the previous governments were doing politics based on region or caste. The present government has started various development projects for Jind. The workers and leaders of the BJP are ready for byelection in Jind and the party candidate would surely win here. He said that Jind would not be left behind in terms of development.
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Haryana government has fixed time limit for the disposal of Paper Under Consideration (PUCs) and files

Chandigarh Oct 20- With a view to ensure work efficiency in government offices, the Haryana government has fixed time limit for the disposal of Paper Under Consideration (PUCs) and files.
While giving this information here today, an official spokesman said that a letter in this regard has been issued from the office of Chief Secretary to all the Administrative Secretaries, Head of Departments, Registrars of Universities, Chief Administrators and Managing Directors of all Boards and Corporations, Divisional Commissioners, Deputy Commissioners and Sub Divisional Officers (Civil) of the state government.
He said that the PUCs or cases marked immediate would be disposed off within same day, the PUCs or cases marked most urgent would be disposed off within three working days. Similarly, the PUCs or cases marked ordinary would be disposed off within five working days.
He said that if any subordinate consumes more than the prescribed time limit in the disposal of particular case or PUC, the time of next official or officer would be reduced proportionately so as to dispose off the PUC or the case within prescribed limit.
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Manohar Lal has approved the draft of Haryana Community Participation and Public Services Social Audit Act, 2018

Chandigarh October 20: Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has approved the draft of Haryana Community Participation and Public Services Social Audit Act, 2018 under which village level committee will be constituted to review the efficient delivery of public services and to ensure transparency in the development works upto the village level.
While stating this here today, a spokesman of Development and Panchayats Department said that for the first time in the history of Haryana, social audit of developmental works upto the village level would ensure the involvement of villagers in developmental activities for bringing complete transparency.
The village level committee would comprise of total ten non-official members representing Civil Society Organisation, village institutions and organizations of workers and disadvantaged groups.
He said that these included ex-servicemen, retired teacher, retired engineer, highly educated person of the village, social worker, two members to be nominated by Deputy Commissioner (one woman and one Scheduled Castes), one head volunteer of Gramin Vikas Ke Liye Tarun (GRAVIT) scheme and two beneficiaries of the concerned scheme. Overall atleast three women members would be nominated, he added.
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Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal would dedicate elevated track built in Rohtak city, to the people of the State on October 27.
Chandigarh, October 20: Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal would dedicate elevated track built in Rohtak city, to the people of the State on October 27. He would also address a public meeting on that day at old ITI Ground on the completion of four years of the tenure of the present Haryana Government.
This was disclosed by the Minister of State for Cooperation, Mr Manish Kumar Grover during his meeting with the officers regarding the ongoing preparations for this occasion at Rohtak today.
Mr Grover said that the length of this elevated track is 2 Km long and is built at an estimated cost of Rs. 150 crore. He said that after the opening of this elevated track, the traffic congestion in the area would ease beside providing commercial benefits.
Apart from this, a Passport Seva Kendra would be inaugurated at the premises of Post Office Rohtak on October 27.
Mr Grover also attended Poet Dayachand Mayna Jayanti Samaroh at village Mayna today. He assured that the public demands of Village Mayna would be fulfilled on priority. He said that Poet Dayachand Mayna was an eminent poet and folklore artists of Haryana who gave the proper direction to the society through his poetry and writings.