Chandigarh. Chief Minister Manohar Lal made big announcements in Karnal on Republic Day and gave a big gift to the people of the state ahead of the elections. This includes giving 30-30 yard plots to people in 11 cities of the state, setting up Atal canteens in 25 mandis and sending electricity bills every month instead of every two months. Electricity billing is currently being implemented as a pilot project in four cities and will later be expanded to the entire state. The special thing about it is that the device is initially taken over by the electricity employees and later the electricity consumers themselves can send their measured values via the mobile application.
A small amount must be deposited
The portal for allotment of 100-foot plots will be opened in 11 cities of the state from February 1. Applicants can avail themselves of the properties available under the Chief Minister Urban Housing Scheme by paying a small deposit. Such people will not only get loans from banks to build houses but the state government will also cooperate.
Atal Canteen will open in 15 more markets
To provide nutritious food to the poor and farmers at affordable prices, Atal canteens will be run in 25 mandis of the state for five months. Now, from February 1, 2024, Atal canteens will be opened in 15 more mandis and in all 40 mandis, these canteens will now be open throughout the year instead of just five months.
The invoice is received every month and the consumer sends the reading material themselves
Electricity consumers in the state will now receive electricity bills monthly instead of twice. Currently, it will be launched as a pilot project in Hisar, Mahendragarh, Karnal and Panchkula from February 1. At the initial stage, the employees of the electric power plants will come to take electricity measurements, and later the electricity consumers themselves will send their measurements through the mobile application. This improves the electricity system and largely eliminates meter reading errors.
2,96,685 Per Capita Income of Haryana
The Prime Minister said that Haryana is making an important contribution to the progress of the country.
Haryana has made progress in all areas, from investments to innovations. Haryana is among the top performers in the area of Ease of Doing Business. Haryana’s per capita income is Rs 2,96,685, making it the highest among major states in the country. Haryana contributes 4 percent to the country’s GDP. Haryana is making progress in all areas, from investment to innovation.
Haryana ranks second in terms of grocery stores
Haryana ranks third in the country in terms of MSMEs and second in the country in terms of grocery stores. Haryana is the only state in the country with an educated panchayat. Medal winners in sports will receive an amount of Rs 6 crore. Haryana is the only state in the country that provides the highest social security pension amount of Rs 3,000.