IEP Chandigarh, July 29
Nine-year-old Gulab, a resident of Khandora village, district Rewari might now not have to worry about the financial condition of his grandparents who are struggling hard to give him the best life after the death of his parents.
All thanks to the Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal for taking a quick cognizance of the emotional appeal made by Gulab’s grandmother, handed over a pension certificate to his grandmother that too in just 24 hours. Now, Gulab’s grandparents will get an amount of Rs. 4000 under the sponsor scheme. Not only this, the Chief Minister has also ensured his (gulab) grandparents that even in future, if needed, all possible help will be given to the family.
It was during the Jan Samvad at Jarthal, district Rewari today when Gulab’s grandmother got a pension certificate from the Chief Minister after she had made an emotional appeal before the him for giving financial aid to them during a Samvad programme in Khandora on July 28.
Meanwhile, this is the second such incident wherein the Jan Samvad turned into a golden opportunity for the elderly as earlier, the Chief Minister while addressing a Samvad programme in Ateli on July 28 had handed over the pension certificate to an elderly in just one hour.
The Chief Minister announced to fulfill almost all the demands raised before him by the villagers of Jarthal village. He approved a proposal to construct an animal dispensary as per the prescribed norms, a Vyayamshalas if the land is provided, the construction of two rooms in the primary school, and the construction of a new building for the health centre.
He informed that development works have been done in the village at a cost of about Rs. 1.22 crore. The Chief Minister congratulated the people for the AIIMS being built in the village Majra of the Bawal Vidhan Sabha area. He said that the state government has no dearth of funds for development works.
Sh. Manohar Lal said that in the last 9 years, development work has been done by the central and state government in Haryana without any discrimination. Apart from this, a digitalized system has been implemented by making the benefits of public welfare schemes online, so that the common man can get the benefits while sitting at home.
He said that in comparison to the development works done by the previous governments in 10 years, the BJP government in the state has done development works at double the speed during its tenure.
In the previous governments, only 30 percent of the money coming for development works was spent, but the BJP government in the state has worked to bring transparency in the development works, said Sh. Manohar Lal.
He said that the Gram Panchayats can get their development work done through e-tendering. After the development plans are uploaded online, the work which used to take several months is now done in 2 days. He said that during the tenure of the present government, jobs have been given to the youth on the basis of merit without any discrimination, said Sh. Manohar Lal.
He said that an online system has been created to make life easier for the people, which is benefiting the people. Today money is going directly into the accounts of the farmers. Till now Rs. 50,000 crores have been deposited in the account of the farmers, not only the farmers have benefited from this, but also the government has saved Rs. 1500 crore through these digital transactions by eliminating the middlemen and ghost beneficiaries, said Sh. Manohar Lal.
The Chief Minister said that the objective of the Jan Samvad is to interact with the villagers by going among them. This is the sixth district where