CM Manohar Lal gave instructions: Haryana Urban Development Authority will soon purchase 5,000 hectares of land

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CM Manohar Lal gave instructions: Haryana Urban Development Authority will soon purchase 5,000 hectares of land

Haryana: Taking another initiative to ensure planned development in urban areas, Chief Minister Manohar Lal directed the Haryana Urban Development Authority to immediately acquire 5,000 hectares of land through an e-land portal, land pooling policy or aggregator to enable sectors can be developed in an institutional way. This move by the government will stop the growth of illegal colonies. The Chief Minister gave these instructions while chairing the 126th meeting of the Haryana Urban Development Authority.

The authorities list their properties

Manohar Lal said the authority should list all its properties, be it residential, commercial or institutional. It is mandatory to inform the headquarters of all applications related to land submitted by citizens to the relevant local clerks. The government is making all possible efforts to develop the sectors.

Approval granted for allotment of land for ESI pharmacies

The meeting approved allotment of land for construction of ESI dispensaries in various districts to provide better medical facilities to the insured and their dependents affiliated to Employees’ State Insurance (ESI). ESI dispensaries will be set up at Mullana in Ambala district, Farrukhnagar in Gurugram district, Dadri Toi and Jhadli in Jhajjar district, Tarawari and Gharaunda in Karnal district, Kosli in Rewari district, Chhachhrauli and Charkhi Dadri in Yamunanagar district and Barsaat Road, Panipat. In addition, an ESI hospital with facilities for around 100 beds is also being constructed in Hisar for which land has already been allotted.

HSVP will allot land to the government agencies at a 50 percent share

As per the Prime Minister’s instructions, the policy adopted by the Haryana Urban Development Authority to allot land to government departments at low prices has been approved. Under this policy, HSVP will now allocate 50 percent land to various government departments for development works in public interest. However, this rule only applies to departments. Land is only allocated to boards of directors and companies under fixed conditions. After the deaths of the Haryana Urban Development Authority’s technical staff, their relatives, including Rishab, Namit, Rahul and Shivam, were given jobs on “compassionate grounds”.

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