Dushyant Chautala said: Uchana Assembly constituency will become an industrial hub, Chhatar village will be developed.

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Dushyant Chautala said: Uchana Assembly constituency will become an industrial hub, Chhatar village will be developed.

Uchana/Jind: Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that under the Padma scheme, nine sites have been identified in the state for setting up industrial units and applications have been invited from farmers for providing land on the e-Bhoomi portal. Under the exercise, proposals for over 3,000 acres were received from farmers across the state, with two proposals for providing land at Khatkar village in Uchana constituency amounting to 1,170 acres. The deputy CM was speaking at a function at Chhatar Gaushala in Uchana village. He said that industrial units will be set up at these designated sites.

Inaugurated roads constructed at a cost of 1 Crore 25 Lakhs

Under the programme, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala distributed checks worth around Rs 84 lakh for cow support to eight cow sheds in Uchana under the Cow Service Commission. At the same time, three concrete roads were inaugurated, the construction cost of which was around 1 Crore 25 Lakh. He said that the state government has allocated Rs 400 crore to the Cow Seva Commission to be spent on construction of sheds, godowns, boundary walls, paving of roads, feeding yards and other facilities in cow sheds across the state. Provision has been made to provide, upon proposal, financial support to cowsheds registered on the portal set up by the Commission, according to their needs.

All administrative formalities of the university were completed in the student village.

Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that all administrative formalities, including the map of the college to be built in Chhatar village, have been completed and Rs 27 million have been sanctioned for the same. Additionally, Chhatar village has been included in the Mahagram scheme under which Rs 51 million has been sanctioned to provide clean drinking water to the villagers and lay a new pipeline for proper drainage of dirty water. During the state government’s tenure, a record thirty thousand kilometers of roads were built, renovated and expanded.

Empowerment of farmers was the dream of Chaudhary Devi Lal

Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that empowerment of farmers and agriculturists was the dream of Jan Nayak Chaudhary Devi Lal and it was also the aim of his personal life. He always strives for jobs for the youth and holistic development of the village and due to his meaningful hard work, the pleasing results of various development projects worth about Rs 1,400 Crore are visible in both the state and Uchana Assembly constituency.

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