CM Pledges to consider Development of Faridabad on Priority

Sanjay Chaturvedi

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India, (31/12/2018): In the Shankhnad Rally at Faridabad on Sunday 30th December 2018, the Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that as per the Development Plan Year 2031 of Faridabad, 143 sectors would be developed in this city. Efforts are being made to transform the city at a rapid pace and in this direction; CCTV cameras would be installed at a cost of Rs 160 crores. All roads in the city are being repaired at a cost of Rs 245 crores. The electricity wires across the city are being laid underground at a cost of Rs 150 crores. Apart from this, the Badkhal road would be widened at a cost of Rs 42 crores. Similarly, a bridge is being constructed at Yamuna River in village Manjhawali for connectivity with Noida. After completion of this bridge, the distance to Noida would be only of 15 minutes.

The Chief Minister said that the Faridabad-Delhi metro line has been extended from Mujesar to Ballabgarh at a cost of Rs 580 crores. He said that whenever any demand related to Faridabad would be raised, it would soon be met. He further added that under Ujjawala scheme, LPG connections have been provided to poor families and after January 25, 2019 there would be no family in the state without LPG connection.

Speaking on the occasion, Haryana Industries and Commerce Minister Mr. Vipul Goel said that under the able leadership of Chief Minister, unprecedented development is being carried out in the state. He said that the Chief Minister has formulated new industrial policy as a result of which, Haryana has reached to third position from 14th position in terms of Ease of Doing Business.

The Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Mr. O.P. Dhankar said that the state government has formulated various schemes for the welfare of farmers and people of the state. Under one of such schemes, in the year 2019, 88 tractors would be given to farmers (four tractors per district) across the state and prizes would also be given to Arhtiyas and employees of market committee. Keeping in view the consumption of milk, fruits, vegetables and flowers, a mandi is being developed so that farmers could earn more income.

On the occasion MLA Mr. Mool Chand Sharma, Mrs. Seema Trikha, Mr. Tek Chand Sharma and Mr. Nagender Bhadana also spoke on the occasion.

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