Haryana CM announces multiple development schemes


Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has directed officials to prepare a new Primary Agriculture Credit Societies (PACS) policy for the establishment of 500 PACS to give a boost to the cooperative structure. Additionally, he has instructed the officials to make five models of Sanjhi Dairies operational on a pilot basis within one month, which will allow those without sufficient land to increase their income through animal husbandry activities.
The Chief Minister has also ordered officials to prepare a scheme related to Bulk Milk Cooler (BMC) within a week and to float tenders for the same. In another move, he has directed officials to construct a ground-plus-three floor structure to provide 1 lakh affordable housing units under the Awas Yojana for needy families.
Regarding sanitation workers, the Chief Minister has announced a scheme to recognise the work done by safai karamcharis in municipalities ranked in the top fifty within their category at the national level with an additional incentive amount of Rs 1000 per month. A similar scheme will also be introduced at the state level for safai karamcharis of municipalities with a 50 percent performance.
The Chief Minister has also been apprised that an action plan has been prepared for the regularisation of unauthorised colonies, which will be completed by September 30 in a systematic manner. Additionally, he has instructed officials to sell vacant lands for revenue earning projects and buy alternate lands on the outer periphery for valuable land use.
Further, Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran and Urban Local Bodies will set up 100 and 200 Atal Seva Kendras respectively in the first phase by September end. The Chief Minister has been informed that the Textile Policy will be notified soon, and four out of eight schemes under the policy will be finalised.
In the sports sector, the Chief Minister has directed officials to allot 10 acres of land at Kurukshetra University for the construction of a Cycling Velodrome. Work related to a Sports Hostel in Panchkula to provide residential training facilities to national-level athletes from Haryana and other states is underway and will be completed soon. The Chief Minister has also ordered officials to notify a sports insurance benefit scheme to be operated through the Haryana Parivar Suraksha Nyas to support athletes in case of injuries and disruptions to their career.
The Chief Minister has instructed officials to review the process and finalise all projects and schemes under the budget announcements at the earliest.