E-Registration of property launched in Haryana
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday launched e-registration of properties in all the 130 tehsil and sub-tehsils of the State to mark the completion of 100 days of his government.
Declaring that he wanted to provide a corruption-free governance in the State, Mr Khattar said already a CM Window has been opened in every district headquarter for registration of complaints and receiving suggestions and a CM Portal has been opened at the Secretariat. Now, he said, a CM Dashboard is also being opened for monitoring the working of various departments online.
The Chief Minister also directed all Deputy Commissioners to now work towards implementing e-stamping in all the districts by end of June 2015. He said to take e-governance to the villages, broadband connectivity is being provided to them and in the first phase 2,000 villages would be targeted and by September 2016 another 4,000 villages would be covered.
He said 500 Common Service Centres would also be opened by March end and another 1,000 would be added thereafter to take all essential services to the doorsteps of the masses. Using technology, he said, the e-pension scheme has also been launched and old age pension would increase by Rs 200 every year for the next five years. Even registration of birth and death would be made online soon.
Speaking about the achievements of his government, Mr Khattar said the State has launched its own schemes to match three important schemes of the Centre – namely Swachh Bharat Abhiyan cleanliness programme, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao girl child scheme and Make in India campaign.
Noting that Haryana has taken the lead in ending female foeticide, the CM said while 10 ultrasound machines were sealed, the licences of 13 centres were cancelled following detection of violations. He said Haryana has also launched its sanitation programme and all schools would be provided with toilets. Similarly, by October 2019 all village households would also have toilet facilities.
For promoting industry, Haryana would be coming out with a new industrial policy in March which would ensure equitable growth of all parts of the State.
Mr Khattar also announced an increase in ex gratia for soldiers and those killed in blasts to Rs 20 lakh. Besides, he said, depending on level of disability Rs 5 lakh, Rs 10 lakh and Rs 15 lakh would be paid.
For crime control, Mr Khattar said a portal has been launched to allow for online registration of complaints; the concept of zero FIR has been promoted and 500 motorcycles would be procured for improving patrolling.
On other plans, Mr Khattar said all Aadhaar cards would be issued by June 30 and for this 300 permanent centres have been opened. For improving health services, he said 94 new health officials appointed and a Medical University has been planned in Karnal.
Gurgaon to gain
For Gurgaon, Mr Khattar announced that Rs 100 crore would be spent for purchase of modern fire-fighting equipment. He said under the expansion plan of the Metro, the Faridabad-Gurgaon Metro link has been proposed and another line has been proposed to the Millennium City from Sector 21 Dwarka in Delhi.