DW BUREAU / Karnal
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that present state government has started several projects on priority basis to ensure all round development of Karnal, out of which 85 per cent works has already been completed and remaining would be completed soon.
The Chief Minister was addressing the representatives of various religious, social, academic and trader organizations here late on Thursday evening. These development works includes Kalpana Chawla Medical College, widening of all roads connecting Karnal, installation of seven gates in the memory of prominent people, installation of CCTV’s for safety of citizens, city bus service for convenience of the people of the town, inclusion of Karnal in Smart City list, new bus stand, strengthening the drainage system, beautification of all parks, to make the western bypass to get rid of jam like situation, develop Karan Stadium, multi-story parking arrangements, providing traffic park facilities, strengthening of sewerage systems in all wards and strengthening of roads in the city. Making direct dialogue with the people, Mr Khattar said the suggestions of everyone will be considered to make Karnal a fully developed district. On this occasion, Bar Association Head Nirmal Singh expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister for giving one acre land for the lawyers’ chamber and requested him to set up the Service Matter Tribunal in Karnal. On this, Mr Khattar assured that efforts would be made for the same.
He said that after the provision of bio-metric attendance system, all the government officials attend the offices in time. On the question related to the education department, Mr Khattar said that online transfer policy of teachers has been successful in stopping the heavy rush of people in Haryana Main Secretariat at Chandigarh for transfer of teachers through brokers and middleman.