IEP Chandigarh, November 18
Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala said that wherever the crops were affected due to water-logging, those farmers will be paid Rs. 15,000 per acre as per the policy of the Haryana Government.He said this while addressing a meeting in Jhajjar today.The Deputy Chief Minister said that the Government has ensured fifty percent women representatives in the recently concluded panchayat elections. Due to the policies of the government, a large number of educated representatives have been elected, which will give a new impetus to rural development.Along with him, Minister of State for Labour and Employment (Independent Charge), Sh. Anoop Dhanak was also present.Referring to the Haryana Government’s Gram Darshan portal, the Deputy Chief Minister said that demand related to the development of the village can be sent on this portal, further action will be taken automatically. Similarly, all the panchayats should send their demands regarding opening of the digital library in the villages. With the opening of a digital library in the village, a positive environment will be created towards education and youth will be helped in competitive examinations. Meanwhile, the newly elected Panch-Sarpanchs from several villages of the district met the Deputy Chief Minister.In response to a question asked by media persons, Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala, said a report has been sought regarding purchase of paddy from DCs in all the districts. Reports of 9 districts have come and the numbers received from the transport provider agencies through Vahan portal are being scrutinised. Similarly, farmers will be paid as per the Land Acquisition Act for the land acquired for the Orbit Rail Corridor. On the question of development of roads in the area, the Deputy Chief Minister said that Rs. 25 crore has been sanctioned for each assembly constituency. After this, the Deputy Chief Minister also heard the grievances of the people and gave directions to the officers to resolve them.