IEP Chandigarh, August 22
Haryana Transport Minister, Sh. Mool Chand Sharma, resolved 9 out of 12 complaints during a meeting of the District Public Relations and Grievance Redressal Committee held today at Sonipat. He directed the Officers to prioritise addressing public grievances.
In addition to the agenda, he also addressed the complaints raised during the meeting. He directed the relevant authorities to resolve the issues on the spot and emphasised the need to address the complaints presented by committee members.
During the meeting, complaints related to the Police Department, Revenue, Pollution Control Board, Irrigation, Public Works (Buildings and Roads) Department, and Transportation, among other departments, were discussed.
In one such case, Sh. Sharma previously had issued stern directives to the concerned officials during the last meeting, which had been implemented and the complainant expressed satisfaction with the resolution.
He also announced that the state government would provide free travel for women on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan.
Sharma, said that under the leadership of Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi at the national level and Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal in the state, comprehensive development is taking place and the RCC road from Neemka to Sadpura and from Sadpura to Fatupura Road will be completed by Diwali at a cost of approximately Rs.6 crore.
Sh. Mool Chand Sharma was addressing the gathering at the inauguration of RCC road at village Sadpura, Faridabad.
He said that in his Ballabgarh assembly constituency, extensive development works have been rapidly undertaken since 2014 in every sectors including education, healthcare, electricity, water supply, sanitation, and road construction, with investments worth crores of rupees. Neemka to Sadpura 1280 meter long 18 feet wide RCC road with an amount of Rs 289.50 lakh and Sadpura to Fatupura 2 kilometer long and 18 feet wide RCC road with an amount of Rs 311.37 lakh will be ready by Diwali.
He further said that under the guidance of Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi, the country is moving forward, and the day is not far when India will once again be known as the “Golden Bird” and a world leader.