September 03, 2017 06:25 PM

Chandigarh/Rewari (Face2News)

The Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, said today that pending schemes, if any, of the Irrigation Department costing up to Rs 1 crore, would soon be completed so that people did not face shortage of water for drinking or irrigation. He was hearing grievances of people at a Janta Darbar in Rewari, today.

On a complaint related to the Dairying and Animal Husbandry Department, he expressed the wish for more than one lakh dairies in the state so that there was no shortage of milk.

He said encroachments on thoroughfares and government land would be earmarked and removed and officers would not be allowed to drag such cases by remanding them again and again.
Directing officers of the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) to resolve at the earliest issues faced by the residents in HUDA sectors, the Chief Minister said resident welfare associations in different sectors and colonies would soon be made partners in development works.

He also disposed of complaints related to different departments, including Education, Police, Revenue, Power, Irrigation and Municipal Council, and urged the people to apprise the officers and the MLA concerned, and take further action if these are not resolved.


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