Haryana: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that the present state government is implementing programs for the welfare of the poor and needy. The government has started distributing the benefits of the programs to the last person in line to enter the mainstream and become part of society. The government has made life easier for the poor and needy by providing timely assistance. Now they proudly say that they are also an integral part of society and no tyrant can take away their rights. The Prime Minister held a meeting with enlightened citizens of Hisar, Sirsa and Fatehabad districts at his Sant Kabir Kutir residence.
He said that enlightened citizens occupy an important place in society. They are like a bridge between the government and the public and therefore should make the public aware of the government’s social welfare programs so that more and more eligible people can benefit from them. As soon as the government took power, the first thing it did was introduce e-government into governance, making all processes online. This enabled all the work to be completed quickly and also created transparency, making life easier for the public. Earlier, people had to visit government offices and take the help of middlemen for minor tasks, but our government has changed all these systems and introduced an online system.
The government wants to increase the happiness index of Haryana
He said that the government has been working to take the state forward in terms of development. Following the motto “Haryana Ek – Haryanvi Ek”, we have ensured uniform development of all Assembly constituencies. The Ease of Doing Business ranking has improved significantly and the pace of industries in the state has increased. The priority of the state government now is to focus on providing the highest possible living comfort index for its citizens so that the lives of the people in the state can become both economically strong and happy.
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