Detailed Project Report is being prepared for new medical colleges in Jind, Bhiwani, Narnaul, and Gurugram districts.

Chandigarh, February 24 - Haryana Health Minister Mr. Anil Vij said that the Detailed Project Report is being prepared for new medical colleges in Jind, Bhiwani, Narnaul, and Gurugram districts.

The Health Minister shared this information, while replying to a question asked during the question hour in the ongoing budget session in Haryana Vidhan Sabha, here today.

The Health Minister informed the House that the construction work of the medical college, Jind will be completed in about three years at a cost of Rs. 663.86 crore. The Minister informed that the medical college will be constructed in two phases and Rs 524.23 crore will be spent for the construction of Phase - I, while an amount of Rs 139.63 crore will be spent on the construction of Phase - II.

He informed that Haryana State Roads and Bridges Development Corporation Limited is has been declared as an Executive Agency and it is preparing a detailed notice inviting tender for floating tender for the construction work.

He said that the boundary wall around the site of the construction of Jind Medical College has already been completed. According to its Detailed Project Report, an amount of Rs 663.86 crore will be spent, of which an amount of Rs 6,42,30,131 has been released.

The Minister while replying to a supplementary question asked regarding the construction of the medical college in Bhiwani district, said that a Detailed Project Report has been prepared for the medical college and work will start within three months.

While, replying to a question for the upgradation of the Civil Hospital in Kosli from 50 bed to 100 beds, the Health Minister said that a survey was conducted by the department to upgrade the hospital, however it did not met the condition of the population required, and hence the hospital can not be upgraded. He said that at present, this area has a total population of over 1.27 lakh which is less for the upgradation.

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Haryana School Education Board will not hold the roll number of any candidate applying for board examinations.

Chandigarh, February 24 - Haryana Education Minister Mr. Kanwar Pal said that the Haryana School Education Board will not hold the roll number of any candidate applying for board examinations. The Education Minister shared this information, while replying to the issues raised by a MLA during the ongoing budget session in Haryana Vidhan Sabha, here today.

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State Government will utilize the experience of outstanding sportspersons of the National and International levels so that the State players while working under their guidance can bring more laurels.

Chandigarh, February 24 – Haryana Minister of State for Sports and Youth Affairs, Mr. Sandeep Singh said that to motivate the youth towards Sports in Haryana, the State Government will utilize the experience of outstanding sportspersons of the National and International levels so that the State players while working under their guidance can bring more laurels.

Apart from this, more focus will be laid towards increasing the facilities in the sports stadiums across the State. The department would also consider organizing an international level sports competition in Haryana, he added.

The Sports Minister shared this information, while replying to a question asked by an MLA during the question hour in the ongoing budget session in Haryana Vidhan Sabha, here today.

The Minister further informed that facilities will be increased in the sports stadium of Purkhas village in Ganaur Assembly Constituency. He informed that four sports coaches are working in seven sports stadiums in the Ganaur Assembly Constituency. He informed the House that the State Government will endeavor to organize an international competition in the State soon.

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To tackle the problem of stray cattle in the State, the Government has already initiated the process of setting up of Gaushalas and Cattle Pound and Cow Abhyaran across the State.

Chandigarh, February 24 – Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Mr. Dushyant Chautala said that to tackle the problem of stray cattle in the State, the Government has already initiated the process of setting up of Gaushalas and Cattle Pound and Cow Abhyaran across the State. He said that the Government is also taking the help of NGOs to tackle this problem.

He said that the financial assistance of Rs 7100 is being given by the Development and Panchayat Department to those Panchayats who have sent the proposal for setting up the Gau-Grah and cattle pounds. He further shared that to accommodate stray cattle, 11 gaushalas and cattle pounds have been set up in Mahendergarh district.

The Deputy Chief Minister, who also holds the portfolio of Development and Panchayat Department, shared this while replying to a starred question asked during the question hour in the ongoing budget session in Haryana Vidhan Sabha, here today.

The Deputy Chief Minister also informed the House that every month, animal fairs are being organized at selected 30 places across the State, while more than 300 animal fairs are held annually. He said that the State Government is committed to resolving the problem of Stray Cattle. He urged all the MLAs present in the House to resolve the problem of stray animals in their respective constituencies and bring the people forward for the same.

Replying to a question, Mr. Dushyant Chautala informed the House that in Safidon city of the Jind district, Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation has allocated plots for 27 MSME industries and 8 for medium industries. Industrial plots have also been allocated within Narwana too.

Mr. Dushyant Chautala, while responding to a question about the construction of the sub-divisional building at Badli, he said that as per the rules, minimum 4 acres of land is required to construct a sub-divisional building. He assured the House that the construction work of Badli subdivision building would be started within three months.

While, responding to another question, Mr. Dushyant Chautala informed the House that the matter of including some of the villages back in Bahadurgarh Tehsil which were transferred to Badli tehsil from Bahadurgarh tehsil is in the cognizance of the government.

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Present the construction work of the buildings of 27 Government colleges is going on and the construction work of the 6 colleges will be started soon.

Chandigarh, February 24- Haryana Education Minister Mr. Kanwar Pal informed that at present the construction work of the buildings of 27 Government colleges is going on and the construction work of the 6 colleges will be started soon.

The Education Minister shared this while replying to a starred question asked by an MLA during the question hour in the ongoing budget session in Haryana Vidhan Sabha, here today.

He informed that at present there are 157 Government Colleges in the State out of which 11 colleges have been established in the Rewari district. He also informed that the construction of Government College for boys in Rewari will be started soon and for which 5 acres of land has been given by Haryana Shahari Vikas Pradhikaran to Higher Education Department. An administrative approval of Rs 12 crore has also been received for the construction of this college building and the construction will be started soon, he added.

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Forest Department will now contact the concerned farmer in the future to give information about the trees that will be cut within the area of 3 meters of their land while constructing the roads.

Chandigarh, February 24- Haryana Forest Minister, Mr. Kanwar Pal has announced that the Forest Department will now contact the concerned farmer in the future to give information about the trees that will be cut within the area of 3 meters of their land while constructing the roads. He informed that the farmers will also get a choice of keeping half of the trees as per his wish.

The Forest Minister made this announcement while replying to a question asked by an MLA during the question hour in the ongoing budget session in Haryana Vidhan Sabha, here today.

The Minister informed the house that a farmer whose agricultural land lies along the constructed roads; trees will be planted in the 3 meters area of the road with the permission of the farmer.

While replying to another question, he said that a total of 20309 trees were cut for the widening of the Karnal-Kaithal road and Karnal-Assand road. He also said that 20 trees standing on government land along Karnal-Kaithal road were given to a farmer as 50 percent share under the provision of the Apportionment of Tree rules 1987.