Development of Mini Secretariat in Radaur and widening of Radar-Model Town-Jathlana road upto 7 meters also included
aryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal assured to fulfil all the demands of the Municipal Committee, Radaur. Further giving a major relief to the residents of Yamunanagar, the Chief Minister announced to remove Damla toll barrier from November 1, 2018.
The Chief Minister made this announcement while addressing the Jan Vishwas Rally in Damla village of district Yamunanagar. Earlier, the Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of a high level bridge to be constructed at the cost of Rs 104 crore on Yamuna River near Jathlana. The Chief Minister also announced a grant of Rs.10 crore on the demand of Shyam Singh Rana, MLA of Radaur for constructing Pucca roads leading to the fields.
The Chief Minister announced the construction of Ambedkar Bhawan in 15 villages of Radaur at a cost of Rs 20 crore and construction of Mini Secretariat at Radaur, at a cost of Rs 2 crore. The Radar-Model Town-Jathlana road would be widened upto 7 meters at a cost of Rs ten crore. As many as eight new roads of Public Works Department (Buildings and Roads) and Marketing Board would be constructed at a cost of Rs 8 crore. Many other developmental works would be carried out at a cost of Rs 20 crore.
The Chief Minister said that this bridge constructed in Jathlana would connect Haryana with the subdivision of Nakud in Uttar Pradesh and it would benefit the farmers of many villages of Haryana, whose fields are situated either on the eastern side of the river Yamuna or on the Yamuna river bank. Manohar Lal said that in view of the traffic problem, the road from Damla to Radaur will be made four lane. He said that by constructing Kail-Kalanaur bypass by NHAI, the traffic congestion in Yamunanagar-Jagadhri city had significantly been eased out.
He said that equitable development works was being carried out across the state. Along with development agenda, we had been successful in bringing change in the so as to achieve development at a right pace and in a right manner. He said that all government services had been made online so that the public could avail benefit from their home. Antyodaya Bhawan had been opened where the benefits of all government services are provided under one roof and people would not have to visit the offices for their work. He said that the online system has curbed corruption to a great extent as in case of any complaint, immediate and prompt action is taken. He said that the corruption could only be completely curbed when the people also come in support of the government and file complaints against corruption cases.
He said that our government had taken several steps to promote industries. A system was developed to issue 70-80 licenses under a single roof within 30 days for setting up a new industry to give boost to industrial sector. He said that plywood industry is a big industry in Yamunanagar which is also Asia's largest plywood market. During the previous government's tenure, no new licenses were given for setting up plywood industry. Now, we ended that system and new licenses were being issued easily, he added.
Pond Management Authority had been set up for the protection, development and rejuvenation of over 14,000 ponds in the state. He said that the girls did not have to travel far for their education, 29 such places were identified in the state where there were no colleges within 20 km radius. Foundation stone of 22 colleges were laid together at these 22 places to promote girl education, he added.
Manohar Lal said that to change the system, we brought revolutionary changes in Panchayati Raj institutions. Not only, the Supreme Court decision for educated panchayats came in our favour, but Supreme Court made observation that there is a need to adopt this in the entire country. He said that for the first time in Haryana's history, our government reduced the electricity rates to almost half. Appealing to the people to deposit their electricity bills so that they could be provided 24 hours power, he said that with the help of people, we gave 24 hours power to 2800 villages of six districts under ‘Mhara village-Jagmag village’ scheme. He said that in two-month time, Yamunanagar district will also become seventh district where all the villages would get electricity 24 hours.
He said that for making water availability for irrigation, the government has signed Lakhwar Dam agreement, which would provide 47 per cent water to Haryana. Apart from this, the availability of water would also be made from Kishau Dam and Renuka Dam. He said that the work of increasing the capacity of the Hathnikund Barrage Channel Link Canal has already started, which would cost about Rs 2000 crore.