Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that unlike previous governments that used to divide Haryana in the name of regional and district-wise development, the present state government in its last six years tenure while believing in the Mantra of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’ has ensured equitable development of all the 90 Assembly Constituencies.
The Chief Minister said this while interacting with the media persons after inaugurating and laying the foundation stones of various development projects worth Rs. 1411 crore including Education, Health, Medical College, Strengthening Road Connectivity, Water, Irrigation Power etc to the people of the State during a state-level programme held through video conferencing from Chandigarh.
While lauding the officers concerned including engineers, contractors and workers engaged in designing and construction of these projects, Chief Minister said that keeping in view the recent surge in the COVID-19 infection cases, it was decided to inaugurate and lay the foundation stone of all these projects from Chandigarh only.
He said that in the year 2019, projects worth about Rs. 4,000 crore were dedicated to the people of the state in the month of March and in October 2020, 306 projects worth Rs. 1850 crore were inaugurated.
Responding to a question regarding the state Government’s Parivar Pehchan Patra scheme, this scheme of the State Government has already been lauded by other states. During a recent meeting, the British High Commissioner too had evinced interest to get information about this scheme of Haryana.
The State is closely monitoring the present COVID situation in Haryana and any decision regarding whether to impose night curfew in the state would be taken after March 31, 2021, said the Chief Minister while responding to a question asked regarding imposing of Lockdown and night curfew in the State.
In view of the upcoming festivals and auspicious days, Chief Minister urged that people should refrain from any kind of gatherings and celebrate these occasions at their home with their family members. He said that no matter how many steps the government takes, the desired results are yielded only when there is cooperation from people.
“Wearing of masks and following the social distancing norms and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) should be followed in true spirit,” urged Sh. Manohar Lal.