May 29, 2018 09:39 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News)

The Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority, Gurugram has issued notice to the Real Estate Agents regarding application for registration specifying therein the applicability of fees on the "Sole Proprietorship" category and demanded the requisite amount of fees from the agents who have deposited fees prescribed for the individuals and functioning as sole proprietor agents.


If employees of NHM go on strike, the emergency services in hospitals get affected and patients have to face many problems and this decision would ensure treatment of patients without any obstruction,” he added.

While giving this information, an official spokesman said that the time limit for depositing the balance fees is quoted as 15 days in the notice and to facilitate the agents and to allot them enough time to prepare for the requisite fees as applicable to them, the Authority has further granted a time period of 75 days which makes it to total 90 days.

e said that in case, the agents want to convert the sole proprietorship Firm into Individual registration, a fresh application need to be submitted with the Authority with all the required documents along with the prescribed fee of Rs. 25,000 and simultaneously, apply for cancelation of license issued in the capacity of Sole Proprietor agent. If the required action is not taken on or before July 25, 2018, the license as real estate agent would be deemed to be revoked subject to an opportunity of being heard, he added.


Haryana Government has framed the draft of the Haryana Consolidation of Project Land (Special Provision) Rules, 2018. The draft Rules have been published (in English and Hindi) in Haryana Government Gazette (Extra Ordinary) on May 1, 2018 and uploaded on the website of Revenue and Disaster Management Department www.revenueharyana.gov.in and can be downloaded from the website.

While giving this information, a spokesman of Haryana Revenue and Disaster Management Department said that as the general public or persons are likely to be effected by the rules, so the notice has been issued for their information and thereby to submit their objections or suggestions against the provisions of the draft Rules within a period of 10 days from the date of publication of the notification in the newspaper.

The objections or suggestions could be sent to the Administrative Secretary, Haryana Revenue and Disaster Management Department, Haryana New Secretariat, Sector-17, Chandigarh. The objections or suggestions received would be considered and would be made final thereafter, he added. 


Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal has ordered a vigilance inquiry against the then Chief Engineer of Municipal Corporation, Gurugram in a case concerning purchase of Ductile Iron (DI) pipes worth Rs 30 crore in contravention of rules. While stating this here today, Urban Local Bodies Minister, Mrs Kavita Jain said that the then senior Deputy Mayor of the Corporation, Mr Yashpal Batra had demanded an inquiry into the irregularities committed in the purchase of pipes in Municipal Corporation, Gurugram.

Mrs Jain said that report submitted by the Department revealed that the then Chief Engineer of Corporation, Mr B.S Singroha committed large scale irregularities in the purchase process which resulted in loss to the Corporation. Keeping in view the seriousness of the matter, a proposal was sent to the Chief Minister to get the case investigated from the State Vigilance Bureau.

Mrs Jain said that after the complaint made by the Senior Deputy Mayor, a report was prepared under which it was found that during the year from 2010-14, Ductile Iron (DI) pipes worth Rs 30 crore were purchased by putting the rules at stake. While taking strict note of case of gross negligence on part of the Chief Engineer, the Director General, Urban Local Bodies Department had made a proposal for getting the matter investigated through an independent agency, she added.

The Minister made it clear that any type of corruption would not be tolerated and said that whosoever found guilty would invite stern action against them. She has also urged the people to monitor the development works being undertaken in the Municipalities so that public money could be utilized in a transparent and proper manner.


Taking serious note of employees’ strike affecting healthcare services, Haryana Health Minister, Mr Anil Vij said that all employees working in health institutions under National Health Mission (NHM), Haryana, have been included in Essential Service Maintenance Act (ESMA), 1956. Under this, such employees can lose their jobs if they go on strike. The Health Minister said that in this regard, all civil surgeons have been issued directions. The Act would also be implemented on employees working in government hospitals under NHM for Ambulance, mother and child healthcare, emergency and other essential services. If employees of NHM go on strike, the emergency services in hospitals get affected and patients have to face many problems and this decision would ensure treatment of patients without any obstruction,” he added.

He said that NHM employees have been included in Service Rule-2018 implemented in the state. Under which, if NHM employees go on strike then actions would be taken against them under the Act. He said all civil surgeons have also been directed to send daily attendance and other activities of such employees at headquarters. They can appoint new employees in place of striking employees for ensuring smooth functioning of healthcare institutions, he added. 


Haryana Government has promoted 11 Inspectors of Police Department to the post of Deputy Superintendent of Police with immediate effect.

Those who have been promoted included Mr Balbir Singh, Mr Ajit Singh, Mr Rajnish Kumar, Mr Ramesh Kumar, Mr Ravinder Kumar, Mr Ram Phal, Mr Bijender Singh, Mr Kuldeep Singh, Mr Kulbhushan, Mr Ram Singh and Mr Narender Kumar.

Promotion orders of Mr Narender Kumar will be effective from June 1, 2018 after the superannuation of Inspector Mr Balbir Singh on May 31, 2018.

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