Haryana CM Manohar Lal & Governor Satyadeo Narain Arya Republic Day News

Haryana Governor Satyadeo Narain Arya Unfurled The Flag At The State-Level Republic Day Function Held In Ambala

Took The Salute Of The Parade

Delivered His Message To Haryana People On The Auspicious Occasion 

Chandigarh, January 26, 2020: Haryana Governor Satyadeo Narain Arya unfurled the flag at the state-level Republic Day function held in Ambala, took the salute of the parade and delivered his message to the people of the state on the auspicious occasion. 
In his message, the Governor said that in the face of challenges, we need to work together in the re-formation (navnirman) of the nation, only then we will be successful in getting India the status of World Guru again in the 21st century. India has made its inspiring and exemplary identity on the map of the world through its achievements. It is our responsibility to carry this identity forward.
In his speech the Governor shared the achievements of the state which included creating jobs opportunities for youngsters, setting up 32 woman police stations, making the Panchayati Raj system stronger, taking the digital India vision forward, by making 526 schemes of 38 departments online, the state ranked first in Rural Sanitation Survey, the state has become open defecation free by way of Swachh Bharat Mission and improvement in sex ratio.
The Governor said in his opening address that he is feeling proud that today he has unfurled the flag on the holy land of Ambala. The first attempt of the freedom movement came into being on May 8, 1857. He said that he salutes this land, which is sanctified by the blood of the martyrs. We were therefore successful in overthrowing the Britishers in 1947. Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar accepted this challenge and put together the Constitution of India. He was made the chairman of the drafting committee and had worked hard to create the Constitution. He said that our constitution is the largest constitution in the world.
He said that the year 2020 is being celebrated by the Haryana Government as a year of good governance. Due to the effective law and order in the state, Haryana is making steady progress. The Durga Shakti Rapid Action Force has been constituted for the safety of girl students and women. Apart from this, 32 women police stations have been set up in the state. The citizen portal has been prepared by Police Department and 33 types of facilities are being provided on this portal. Anyone can file a complaint on the portal.
He said that for the purpose of increasing the income of farmers, more than 81 lakh soil health cards have been issued. Not only this, the amount of compensation given for crop damage has been increased to Rs 12 thousand per acre. Haryana has become the first state in the country to form a micro-irrigation scheme. He said that literate panchayats have been formed with the aim of making the Panchayati Raj system strong and transparent. Haryana is the first state in the country to do so. 
He said that more than 686 unauthorized colonies have been regularized throughout the state. The use of new technology is facilitating a change in the system. The benefits of the schemes are being passed on to the last person applying for it as the system is transparent now.
The Governor said that the Haryana government is moving towards realizing the new India which has been envisaged by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said that there was a decline in corruption as well due to the introduction of online services in the state. Taking the Digital India vision forward, 526 schemes of 38 departments have been made online. In view of the huge employment opportunities in the private sector, about 500 employment fairs have been organized so far by the Employment Department, Haryana, through which 33,716 aspiring youths have been accommodated in the private sector. Keeping in view the public interest, the government has decided to increase the monthly pension and allowance of the beneficiaries of the Social Pension and Old Age Honor Allowance Scheme (from Rs 2000 to Rs. 2250) from January 1,  in view of which about 28 lakh beneficiaries will be benefited.
He said that Haryana State has become open defecation free by playing an important role in Swachh Bharat Mission. Haryana ranks first in the Rural Sanitation Survey. The state has also become kerosene free. According to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's dream of providing home to every family till 2022, the work of building flats and houses for the poor is in progress. Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao campaign which aimed at improving the social system has also made significant progress in Haryana. The sex ratio in the state has crossed 920. The Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, Suraksha Bima Yojana, Jeevan Jyoti Yojana, Atal Pension Yojana, Dr. Shyam Prasad Mukherjee Accident Assistance Scheme, Pradhan Mantri Ayushman Bharat Yojana etc. schemes have been implemented rapidly. The government is committed to doubling farmers' income by 2022. Haryana has also set new records in milk production. He said that world-class institutions of modern education have opened. The state has 43 universities, including 21 government and 22 non-government universities. These include Vishwakarma Skill Development University. 
In the state level function, Haryana Police Academy Madhuban Women's contingent got first, NCC Boys contingent got second and District Police contingent got the third position. Based on the achievements of various departments, 11 tableaux were drawn, out of which the District AYUSH Department tableau got first, Agriculture Department tableau was second and Women and Child Development tableau got third.
He  announced a grant of Rs 10 lakh for encouraging the school students for the presentation of cultural programs.
The Governor also honored the officers, employees, school children, sports competitions, educational activities and representatives of social and religious institutions for doing commendable work in various fields. He honored freedom fighters and their families and war heroes at a state-level function.
Earlier, Governor Satyadeo Narain Arya paid homage to the martyrs by laying a wreath at the martyr memorial located in the police line complex.
On the occasion, Haryana Chief Secretary Ms. Keshani Anand Arora, MLA Ambala City Mr. Aseem Goyal, DGP Haryana Mr. Manoj Yadava, Secretary to the Governor, Dr. G. Anupama, Ambala Divisional Commissioner Ms. Deepti Umashankar, Deputy Commissioner Mr. Ashok Kumar Sharma, Municipal Corporation Commissioner Dr. Partha Gupta, including administrative officers and dignitaries were present.

While Reiterating His Commitment For The Welfare Of All Sections Of The Society, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Today Said That It Has Been Decided To Celebrate Year 2020 As “Sushashan Sankalp Varsh”

Chandigarh January 26, 2020: While reiterating his commitment for the welfare of all sections of the society, Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal today said that it has been decided to celebrate year 2020 as “Sushashan Sankalp Varsh” under which programmes and schemes would be prepared throughout the year to make the life of people easier besides making them self-reliant in field of health, education and safety. Apart from being Chief Minister, he is also holding the portfolio of the Finance Department and in the upcoming Budget; his focus would be on how to make every citizen happy, he added. 
Mr Manohar Lal was addressing the gathering at the State Level Function organized on the occasion of 71st Republic Day at Jind today.
He said that premium of beneficiaries of various pension schemes of the Central Government would be paid by the State Government and for this Parivar Pehchan Patra would be given to the families. Also, the villages of the State would be made free from Lal Dora and village Sirsi of district Karnal would be the first such village.  
While describing the farmers and soldiers of Haryana as the pride of the country, he said that on the lines of the Kisan Credit Card, the Pashu Kisan Credit Card is being introduced so that the cattle rearing farmer could also take advantage of it. 
He also exhorted the youth of the state to stay away from drugs and asked them to be aware towards their health. He said that 2000 health and wellness centers would be set up in parks and gymnasiums in rural areas. Though we celebrate June 21 as International Yoga Day, the Haryana Government has formed Haryana Yoga Council to make yoga more popular. 
Mr Manohar Lal said that the modern lifestyle is adversely affecting the health of the youth. Therefore, we have to move towards organic farming and with zero budgeting, we could improve the health of people by minimizing the use of chemicals. Apart from this, the government is also giving special emphasis on cleanliness. He said that a campaign has been launched in the State for water conservation and the government aims to provide water through tap to every household by the year 2022. The Haryana Pond and Waste Water Management Authority has been constituted for utilizing the treated water of the village ponds for irrigation and other related works. There are about 14,000 village ponds in the State. He also urged the people to move toward micro irrigation and said that subsidy upto 85 per cent is given on micro irrigation projects. He said that as a result of better management of canal water, we are able to make water available  to more than 300 those tail ends in the State  where water has not reached in the last 30 to 40 years.
He said that after the unique initiative of educated Panchayats in the State, 7 star rating scheme has been implemented to increase competition among the Panchayats which would give a new definition to rural development. He said that Haryana is moving fast towards online system and digitization and as a result of this, the state has been selected for gold medal at National level which is a matter of pride for us. He said that land records are being digitized which would help in disposing off more than 50,000 cases of land records which are lying pending. He said that villages of the State are being freed from the Lal Daro and this process has started from today from village Sirsi in district Karnal. With this, now people would be able get registry done by selling their properties within  the village also. 
The Chief Minister said that Haryana has become an open defecation Free State.  Keeping in view the health of women, we have given more than 9 lakh gas connections free of cost under the Ujjwala scheme. Perhaps there would not be a single house in the State which no longer has a gas connection. 
He said that with a view to make the youth of the state self-reliant and employable, Shri Vishwakarma Skill Development University has been established in village Dudhola in Palwal district. About 12,000 youth are becoming employable every year through various courses. He said that apart from this, the Government has also launched a unique scheme namely Saksham Yojana under which monthly honorarium upto Rs 9000 is given to the youth for 3 years according to their educational qualification in lieu of 100 hours work so that Youth do not depend on their families for competitive examinations. 
Mr Manohar Lal said that recently the State Government has also taken several important decisions. He said that amount of Old Age Allowance Scheme and other Social Security Pension has been increased from Rs 2000 per month to Rs 2250 per month. Similarly, the registered workers associated with the building construction works would also get Rs 2,750 instead of Rs 2500 as monthly pension. The amount  Rs 500 in this regard would be borne by Labour Welfare Board. 
He said that for the convenience of the people, a decision has also been taken  to make proceedings in lower Courts available in Hindi. In order to open liquor vends outside the village limits, instead of panchayats, a resolution passed by Gram Sabha or 10 percent voters of that village would be accepted. So far, 872 proposals have been received by the Government and liquor vends would not be opened in these villages from this Financial Year.
The Chief Minister said that to meet the shortage of doctors in the state, the Government is fast moving on its plan to open one medical college in every district of the State. Three new medical colleges have been opened and the number of MBBS seats has been increased from 750 to 1450. He said that as a result of works done during the previous tenure for ensuring a transparent and graft free governance in the State, people have given us an opportunity to serve them again and this time we would do even better, he asserted. 
Congratulated the people of the State on this occasion, he said that Jind is the heartland of the State and a historic city. This holy land comes under the radius of 48 Kos of Dharmakshetra-Kurukshetra. He said that on this day, India became a Democratic Republic on January 26, 1950. He said that large number of patriotic had sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the country and we all should bow down to pay homage to those freedom fighters.   He also expressed his gratitude especially to all those who are safeguarding the borders of the country day and night, in all weather and under all circumstance. 
He said that our Constitution came into force on this day in the year 1950 and India became the largest republic in the world. He said that our Constitution is a sacred book of democracy. The mantra of 'Survey Bhavantu Sukhin', Survey Santu Niramaya: 'of Indian civilization is the core of our Constitution. Due to this, every citizen gets equal opportunities for justice, equality, freedom, expression of ideas and progress. He said that the contribution of great leaders like Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Babasaheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar and Sardar Patel in drafting the constitution could not  be forgotten. He said that in the last seven decades, the nation has made commendable progress in various fields. We are proud that under the leadership of Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi, today India is moving fast on the path of development  as a result of vast progress in the field of science, technology and innovation.
The Chief Minister said that the Central Government has taken three historic decisions under the leadership of Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi. One is the abolition of Article-370 from Jammu and Kashmir, the second is the enactment of the Citizenship Amendment law and the third is the Triple Talaq Law for the protection of the rights of Muslim women. He said that these changes should have happened long ago in the National interest. India has enacted the Citizenship Amendment Act by adopting soft approach.  With the enactment of this law, Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Jains, Parsis and Buddhists who have taken refuge in India from neighboring countries after being tortured in the name of religion would get citizenship of India. Today, efforts are being made to spread confusion in the country on the Citizenship Amendment Act. But I want to say firmly that this law is made to give, not to take away citizenship of anyone. I am proud that the people of Haryana have welcomed this decision of humanity. 
A dazzling presentation by the Dare and Devil team of Haryana Police from bullet motorcycles enthralled the audience. 
On this occasion, the Chief Minister also honored 18 employees of the district administration for their distinguished services

Haryana 71st Republic Day Today Celebrated with Homeless Gets Home Land

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Created Histor.

Title Deed Of Properties Distributed To Sirsi Villagers, District Karnal

Chandigarh January 26, 2020: On the occasion of 71st Republic Day today, Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal created history when he distributed the title deed of properties to the villagers of Sirsi village in district Karnal after declaring the village free from Lal Dora. Village Sirsi in district Karnal is the first village of the Country which has been declared free from Lal Dora. He also announced to give grant of more than Rs 1 crore for the development of the village. 
While addressing the gathering, the Chief Minister said that under this scheme, initially five villages of every district of the State would be surveyed and would be declared free from Lal Dora. Apart from this, drone mapping of urban areas of Karnal, Jind and Sonipat would also be conducted. 
On this occasion, the Chief Minister launched “Mukhya Mantri Parivar Samridhi Yojna” and also distributed Parivar Pehchan Patra to the villagers. Deputy Chief Minister, Mr Dushyan Chautala was also present on this occasion. 
He said that the State Government is working on a number of schemes for the villagers with an objective of resolving various land related issues. He said that in the next 5 years, all the three and four Karam roads leading to the fields would be made Pucca. In the same series, 20 per cent of the roads would be paved every year. Similarly, the Government has prepared a blueprint for putting an end to the quarrels of taksim in the Sanjhi Khevat. By making it mandatory, about 40,000 pending cases of khevat would be dealt with in the next six months. He said that in the coming time all the records of the land would be digitized in web-HALRIS of the Revene Department. The power of remand in Revenue which was continued for the last 30-40 years has also been eliminated, he added. He said that for bringing an end to corruption a system of e-panchayat would be implemented and its audit would also be conducted.  
The Chief Minister said that under the “Mukhya Mantri Parivar Samridhi Yojna”, a target has been set to benefit 20 lakh families by March 31. This scheme would make the person, family; state and country prosper. He said that through this scheme, the people would get the benefit of all the schemes being run by the government for the villagers. Similarly, person whose Family Identity Cards are not prepared, they could get the same prepared at their respective Common Service Centre (CSC) or Atal Seva Kendra.
While giving details of all the schemes to the villagers, he said that the name of the newborn as well as the married woman could be added to the family identity card and the name of a family member could also be removed after the death. The family whose annual income is less than Rs 1 .80 lakh would get the benefit of all government schemes like BPL.  A person who has completed 60 years of age would become a beneficiary for the social security pension and the future of the family would be secured. The state government has also set up a separate Citizen Resources Information Department for the implementation of this scheme, he added. 
On this occasion, Mr Manohar Lal  approved development works worth about Rs 1 .28 crore on the demand of the village sarpanch Aasna.  He also distributed 'Family Identity Card' cards to 20 persons of Sirsi village. He also appreciated the officials of Revenue Department and Panchayat Department for completing such historic work of the country in just two months. He honoured the entire team of officials by  cash award of Rs one lakh and appreciating letter. 
Greeting the villagers on the occasion of 71st Republic Day, Deputy Chief Minister, Mr Dushyant Chautala said that Sirsi is the first village not only in the State but in the country in which the title deed has been given to the villagers by abolishing the age old practice of the British era. This facility has become a model of rural area, he added. 
He said that like Sirsi village, digitization of 110 gram panchayats of the state would be done in the next 2-3 months.   He said that on Republic Day today, a decision has been taken that on the first Tuesday of the month, officers and employees from SDM to Kanungo-Patwari of Revenue Department would solve the problems related to the land of the people of the village. 
Principal Secretary Development and Panchayats Mr Sudhir Rajpal and Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Mr V. Umashankar also spoke on this occasion. 

The 71st Republic Day Was Celebrated Throughout Haryana With Great Enthusiasm. Police, Home Guards, NCC, And Others Took Part In The Parade Held At Various Places.

Chandigarh, 26 January 2020 – The 71st Republic Day was celebrated throughout Haryana with great enthusiasm. Police, home guards, NCC, and others took part in the parade held at various places. School students presented colorful cultural programs and tableaux depicting the overall development of the State were taken out.
Haryana Governor Mr. Satyadeo Narain Arya presided over the State-Level function in Ambala, while Chief Minister Manohar Lal unfurled the National flag in Jind. Similarly, Cabinet Ministers, State Ministers, and District Deputy Commissioners participated in the Republic Day program in various districts. 
Haryana Vidhan Sabha Speaker Mr. Gian Chand Gupta unfurled the National flag at the District-Level Republic Day function in Kurukshetra. While paying tributes to martyrs of the country, he said that the martyrs and revolutionaries of the country not only aimed to achieve independence but they dreamt of an India which is free from poverty, economic inequality, and illiteracy.  He said that the State Government is constantly moving forward to achieve this dream of martyrs. On this occasion, the Speaker honored freedom fighters, family members and brave heroes.  He distributed an amount of Rs 2 lakh as a prize to the children.
Vidhan Sabha Deputy Speaker Mr. Ranbir Singh Gangwa unfurled the National flag in Rohtak and took guard of honour by the contingents. He paid tribute to martyrs of the country.  In his address, Gangwa said that Haryana's contribution to the freedom struggle is unforgettable. He said that in martyrdom, the heroes of Haryana have always remained at the forefront and many have sacrificed their lives to protect the country.
The Home and Health Minister of Haryana, Mr. Anil Vij unfurled the National flag at the Republic Day celebrations held at Panchkula. On this occasion, he also took guard of honour by the contingents. The Home Minister honored the war heroes, widows of freedom fighters and Shubhra Jyotsna fighters and their families. He said that the State Government following the motto of Minimum Government- Maximum Governance is dedicated to providing more facilities to the State people and to bring transparency, the Government schemes have been made online.
Education Minister Mr. Kanwar Pal attended the District-Level function held at Sirsa and unfurled the National flag. While paying tributes to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the freedom and security of the country, the Education Minister said that the present time in history will be considered as the golden period, as the Center has taken a historical step by abrogation of Article 370.
Transport Minister Mr. Mool Chand Sharma unfurled the National Flag and took guard of honour by the contingents at a District- Level function held in Gurugram district. He paid tributes to martyrs of the country and said that the Parivar Pehchan Patra scheme has been started to provide corruption-free and uninterrupted services to the people in Haryana. In order to ensure transparency in all the Tehsils and Sub-Tehsils, E-registration and E-stamp system has been introduced. Referring to the E-Initiative in Haryana, the Transport Minister said that now 526 schemes and services of 38 departments can be obtained online.
Power Minister, Mr. Ranjit Singh unfurled the National flag in Faridabad and took guard of honour by the contingents. He paid tribute to martyrs of the country.  
Similarly Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister, Mr. Jai Prakash Dalal unfurled the National flag at the District- Level Republic Day celebrations in Faridabad, Cooperation Minister Dr. Banwari Lal attended District-level Republic Day celebrations in Bhiwani, Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, Om Prakash Yadav unfurled the National flag in Rewari, Minister of State for Women and Child Development, Mrs. Kamlesh Dhanda unfurled the National flag at Panipat, Minister of State for Archeology and Museums, Mr. Anoop Dhanak unfurled the National  flag at Sonipat and  the State Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Mr. Sandeep Singh unfurled the National flag in Charkhi- Dadri.

Haryana 71st Republic Day: Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala Unfurled The National Flag In Karnal And Took Guard Of Honour By The Contingents.

Chandigarh, 26 January 2020: On the occasion of 71st Republic Day, Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Dushyant Chautala unfurled the National flag in Karnal and took guard of honour by the contingents. The Deputy Chief Minister visited the war memorial and paid floral tribute to the martyrs. He also honored the families of freedom fighters, martyrs with shawls and souvenirs.
While addressing the gathering, Mr. Dushyant Chautala said that the State Government has decided to celebrate the year 2020 as "Susashan Sankalp Varsh". He said that the State Government is working dedicatedly   and throughout the year emphasis will be laid on implementing new initiatives for providing hassle-free services to the people of the State.
The Deputy Chief Minister said that for the betterment of the people, State Government has decided to celebrate Revenue Day on the first Tuesday of every month in all the SDM offices of the State. He informed that on this day, all the officials including Patwari and SDM of the Revenue Department will hold public grievances meetings and would resolve the revenue related complaints. He said that if needed, State Government will not hesitate from making amendments in any rules for the development of the State.
He said that on this Republic Day, the State Government has also pledged to provide loans on lower interest rates to the students who cannot afford to get higher education from colleges. He said that for the convenience of citizens, services and schemes have been made online. He informed that now 526 services and schemes have been made available through 'Saral Portal' in the State. He said that in just 60-day tenure, the State Government has taken several important decisions, including increasing the amount of Old Age Allowance Scheme and other Social Security Pension from Rs 2000 per month to Rs 2250 per month. He said that for the convenience of the people of the State, it was decided to make the Haryana Teacher Eligible Examination Center within a radius of 50 kilometers.
He said that Haryana Government will take necessary steps to strengthen the staff and infrastructure of existing colleges. He said that as per the guidelines are given by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), the State Government will take steps towards ensuring the recognition of all government colleges in the state from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in the year 2020. He said that to promote digital and e-learning in all the colleges of the state, a program called 'Drishti' has been started by the government.
He said that a campaign has been launched in the State for water conservation and the Government aims to provide water through tap to every household by the year 2022. He said that under the Mhara Gaon Jagmag Gaon scheme, 4262 villages are being supplied with 24-hour electricity.
The Deputy Chief Minister said that a comprehensive campaign has been launched by the State Government for environmental protection. About 1637 custom hiring centers have been established by providing an 80 percent subsidy. He said that 5224 farmers were provided equipment at a 50 percent subsidy. He said that the 'Bhavantar Bharpai Yojana' is proving to be a boon for farmers.   He informed that 450 new doctors and 1652 home guards will be provided in Government hospitals.

High court news 71st Republic Day, Punjab And Haryana High Court Chief Justice Ravi Shankar Jha Unfurled The Tricolor In PHC Premises.

Chandigarh, January 27- On the occasion of 71st Republic Day, Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court Justice Mr. Ravi Shankar Jha unfurled the tricolor in the Punjab and Haryana High Court premises.
In his inaugural address, the Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court Justice Mr. Ravi Shankar Jha said that on January 26, 1950, the Constitution of India came into force. He said that everyone should always remember the supreme sacrifices of freedom fighters.
He said that when the country had got independence, the literacy rate was only 7 percent but now the country's literacy rate is 90 percent. He said that today we are residents of the fourth largest grain-producing country in the world. India has the largest youth population in the world and 25 Gigawatts of solar energy is being produced in India today, which clearly shows that the county is on the development track. He said that India has achieved many achievements in the field of railways, coast service, etc and is still moving swiftly towards the development track. 
Speaking on the duties of everyone as citizens of the country, he said that on one hand the citizens are becoming aware of their rights but at the same time they should remember their duties. He said that everyone should be proud of our country and culture and whenever the need arises, we should always be ready to serve the nation and save the country.
On this occasion, Judge of Punjab and Haryana High Court, Former Judge, Advocate General of Punjab and Haryana, Senior Standing Council of UT, Chandigarh, Judicial Officer, President, Officer and Member of Punjab and Haryana Bar Association, Member of Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana, Senior Advocates, Police Officers, ITBP Officers and Court Officers and Staff were also present.
During the celebrations, colorful cultural programs were presented by school children of various schools and others in which they performed Himachali dance, Gidda, Haryanavi dance etc. The citation was also given to these children by the Chief Justice. The Chief Justice also honored the jawan leading the ITBP contingent by giving him a citation.