Haryana

HARYANA CABINET DECISIONS: MARKET FEE ON PULSES EXEMPTED

June 25, 2019 10:39 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News)

Haryana government has decided to exempt market fee on pulses/dals used as raw material in food processing industries located within the state by making amendment in Haryana Agri Business and Food Processing Policy-2018.The Agriculture Department had already approved this exemption in accordance with Rule 30(6) of Haryana Agricultural Produce Markets (General) Rules, 1962.

A decision to this effect was taken in the meeting of State Cabinet which met under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal here today.

This decision regarding exemption of Market Fee on pulses/dals will boost industrialization in the state resulting in employment generation and improvement in state economy, ultimately benefit to farmers in terms of better procurement price of their produce.

AMENDMENT IN RULE 13 OF HARYANA DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION OF URBAN AREAS RULES 1976

Cabinet  approved the amendment in Rule 13 of the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Rules 1976.As per the amendment, the simple interest, if chargeable, will be imposed at applicable rate on the proposed renewal license fee for the default period. The amendment intends to extend the same principle over integrated colonies and thus was also intended to have retrospective effect from March 7, 1976. 

approved the revision in area norms of licenses granted under Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975 and extension of Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojana (DDJAY).

The minimum area norms revised for residential plotted colony are 25 acres for hyper, 20 acres for high, 15 acres for medium and 10 acres for low. Earlier, it was 100 acres each for hyper and high, 15 acres for medium and 10 acres for low.

The area norms for residential group housing has been revised to 5 acres for hyper, 4 acres for high, two acres for medium and one acre for low. Earlier, it was 10 acres each for hyper and high, two acres for medium and one acre for low.

The area norms for industrial plotted colony has been revised to 25 acres for hyper, 20 acres for high, 15 acres for medium and 10 acres for low. Earlier, it was 50 acres each for hyper and high, 15 acres for medium and 10 acres for low.

The area norms for integrated industrial licensing policy has been revised to 25 acres for hyper, 20 acres for high, 15 acres for medium and 10 acres for low. Earlier, it was 50 acres each for hyper and high, 25 acres for medium and 15 acres for low.

The area norms for new integrated licensing policy has been revised to 15 acres for hyper, 10 acres for high, 5 acres for medium and 2 acres for low. Earlier, it was 25 acres each for hyper and high, 15 acres for medium and 10 acres for low.

The area norms for low density eco friendly colony has been revised to 25 acres each for hyper and high, 15 acres for medium and 10 acres for low. Earlier, it was 100 acres each for hyper, high, medium and low.

The area norms for DDJAY has been revised to 10 acres for hyper, five acres each high, medium and low. Earlier, it was five acres each for high, medium and low.

There is no change in minimum area norms for Affordable Group Housing, commercial, cyber park and cyber city.

The revised norms/parameters will be placed in the public domain for 30 days for inviting objections/suggestions from stakeholders and general public which will be taken into cognizance for finalization of the policy. 

FIVE CASTES INCLUDES IN NOMADIC AND SEMI NOMADIC TRIBES 

Haryana government has decided to include five castes – 1. Jogi, Jangam, Jogi Nath, 2. Maniar, 3. Bhat, 4. Rahabari and 5. Madari (Hindu) in the list of Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes in the State.Certain synonyms were added in the list of Denotified, Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes with the original names so that the persons belonging to these castes could be given benefit of the schemes implemented by the Government. These castes had been demanding to be included in the list of DNTs, Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes, which was today approved by the Council of Ministers. Before this, there were 24 castes in the State list of DNTs, Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic tribes, which has now increased to 29. 

NEW BILL ON GAUVANSH SANSRAKSHAN  

Haryana Cabinet which met under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal here today, amended the Haryana Gauvansh Sanrakshan and Gausamvardhan Act, 2015. The new Bill will be called the Haryana Gauvansh Sanrakshan and Gausamvardhan (Amendment) Bill, 2019 to make it more strict and practical.

As per the amendment, any police officer not below the rank of Sub-Inspector or any person authorised in this behalf by the government, with a view to secure compliance with the provisions of this Act or for satisfying himself that the provisions of this Act have been complied may enter, stop and search any vehicle used or intended to be used for the export of “cows or beef”. He may seize “cow or beef” in respect of which he suspects that any provision of this Act has been, is being or is about to be contravened, alongwith the vehicle in which such cow or beef is found, and thereafter take all measures necessary for securing the production of the cow or beef so seized, in a court and for the safe custody pending such production.

He may enter and search any premises used or intended to be used for slaughter of cow and seize cow or beef and collect evidence from the spot including instruments and documents used or intended to be used regarding activities related to slaughter and export of cow or beef. The provisions of section 100 of the Code of Criminal Procedure,1973 relating to search will, so far as may be, apply to search and seizure under this Act.

Whenever an offence punishable under this Act has been committed, any vehicle used in commission of such offence will be liable to be seized by a police officer not below the rank of Sub-Inspector or any person authorised in this behalf by the government. Where any vehicle is seized in connection with the commission of any offence punishable under this Act, a report about the same without unreasonable delay, be made by the person seizing it to the competent authority and whether or not a prosecution is instituted for commission of such offence, the competent authority, having jurisdiction over the area where the said vehicle was confiscated, may, if satisfied that the said vehicle was used for commission of offence under this Act, order confiscation of the said vehicle. Provided that before ordering confiscation of the said vehicle, a reasonable opportunity of being heard will be afforded to the owner of the said vehicle. 

ESIHC APPROVED FOR GROUP DE EMPLOYEES

Approved the framing of Directorate of Employees State Insurance Health Care, Haryana, Group D (Field Staff), Service Rules, 2019, Group D (Head Quarter), Service Rules and framing of Directorate of Employees State Insurance Health Care Haryana ‘Directorate Ministerial’ Group ‘B’ Service Rules.

These rules have been aligned with the Haryana Group D Employees (Recruitment and Condition of Service) Act, 2018 whereby age, academic qualifications and mode of recruitment are uniformly applicable across the departments.It assumes significance as the Directorate of Employees State Insurance Health Care was formed in 2007 carved out of the Health Department. Since then, the Service Rules of erstwhile Health Department were also applied to the employees of newly formed Department. The ESI Department is in final stages of formulating Service Rules for Group ‘C’ and Group ‘A’ employees. 

NOD TO DENOTIFY LAND ACQUIRED   FOR CONSTRUCTION OF DADUPUR NALVI IRRIGATION SCHEME

Approved the proposal to de-notify the land acquired for construction of Dadupur Nalvi Irrigation Scheme. As the scheme has become unfruitful and totally unviable, the state government earlier de-notified 824.71 acres of land vide notification dated August 3,2018, after approval by cabinet on 27.09.2017. The government has further de-notified 5.39225 acres of land vide notification dated December 11,2018 by offering alternative land to the land owner farmers as per the provisions of the proviso attached to section 101A of the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (Haryana Amendment) Act,2017, the approval of which has now been placed before the cabinet alongwith the proposal regarding modalities of return of land to the beneficiaries and in turn compensation to be paid by them.

It has been decided under the provisions of clause 13 of the notification dated September 14, 2018 to inform the original land owners and their legal heirs about the decision of the government to return the aforesaid land. The original owners or their legal heirs will return the compensation excluding solatium paid to them alongwith simple interest at the rate of 9 per cent per annum from the date of receipt of compensation by them till the date of return of compensation by depositing the same with Land Acquisition Officer, Ambala. The possession of land will be delivered only after the compensation amount is returned and it will be responsibility of the Superintending Engineer, Irrigation and Land Acquisition Officer concerned to ensure delivery of possession of land within 3 months of the return of compensation alongwith interest.

The government has also decided to waive even the simple interest for the landowner farmers who do not claim compensation for usage or damages of any kind like usage by government after acquisition and damages for restoration of land. However, those landowners who seek compensation for usage and damages, will have to pay simple interest at the rate of 9 per cent per annum. While submitting their claims, the Land Acquisition Officer, Ambala, the landowners will indicate their choice as to whether they will make payment of interest and claim compensation for usage of damages or not.

NOD  FOR AFFORDABLE GROUP HOUSING SCHEMES 

The Haryana Cabinet which met under the chairmanship of Chief Minister, Manohar Lal here today, took several decisions having far-reaching impact for promoting affordable housing in the State. Whereas, the total limit for grant of Affordable Group Housing Colony in a sector has been increased from existing 15 acres to 30 acres now; the Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojna, which is a Affordable Plotted Housing Policy has been now extended to Gurugram Development Plan.

Apart from above, the minimum area norm for grant of licenses has been reduced keeping in view the fact that owing to high land costs, aggregation of land in larger chunks has become an issue.The Cabinet also approved a policy for issuance of Transferable Development Rights (TDR) through which aggregation of land for infrastructure and public utilities shall become easy. After the new Land Acquisition Act has come into effect, it has been extremely difficult to ensure end-to-end infrastructure provisioning because of existing bottlenecks in land procurement. The TDR policy is expected to come handy in this process.

The Cabinet also approved the extension of commercial plotted colony policy over Gurugram which is likely to provide additional options in commercial development. The Cabinet also approved issuance of clarification in the NILP Policy confirming the applicability of TOD Policy over NILP Colonies and for resolving the implementation issues in the process.  

FILLING UP TWO POSTS OF MANAGEMENT TRAINEE/MANAGER MARKET APPROVED

Accorded approval for filling up of two posts of Management Trainee/Manager (Marketing) by Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) through direct recruitment at its own level in order to meet the requirement of professionally qualified and young energetic professional.

A selection committee headed by Chief Secretary, Chairman, HSIIDC, Managing Director, HSIIDC, Additional Chief Secretary, Industries and Commerce Department and Director of Industries and Commerce has been constituted for this purpose.The qualification and experience of the post of Management Trainee/Manager (Marketing) is MBA (Marketing)/equivalent.

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