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Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda announced a bonanza of incentives for the people Jind

June 3, 2012

While Haryana Chief Minister Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda today announced a bonanza of incentives for the people Jind to further accelerate the pace of development in this area, Union Minister for Roads, Transport and Highways, Dr. C. P. Joshi said that his ministry has launched various projects worth Rs.10,000 crore in the state of Haryana whereas the previous NDA government did not spent even a single penny. The Chief Minister who was addressing a huge Vikas Rally in Jind after launching various big ticket projects worth Rs.1338 crore in Jind, announced many more incentives and projects for the people of district Jind which included the setting up of Haryana Institute of Education, Training, Research of National level, an industrial estate, 200 bedded hospital, ANM and GNM college at Jind. Enthused by huge convergence at the public rally, Mr. Hooda showered many projects and also announced to set up a gymkhana club at a cost of Rs.7.5 crore in sector-9 Jind, industrial estate on an area of 250  acres of land, city bus stand and new bus stand in Jind, beautification of Rani Talab and setting up of Rajiv Gandhi Park near it, Sports Complex on 20 acres of land in Sector-9, Jind at cost of Rs.12.5 crore, Veterinary Polyclinic at a cost of Rs.five crore, expansion of mini secretariat at cost of Rs.13 crore, four laning on Bhiwani road upto two kilometre at the cost of Rs.15 crore and upto Pandupindara on Gohana road at a cost of Rs.10 crore, many more new courses like MA Education, MA Mass Communication, MA Tourism Management, MA Music (vocal and instrumental), Under Graduate courses in Home Science, Graduate and Post Graduate courses in physical education, MA English, MA Psychology at Kurukshetra University Post Graduate Regional Centre at Jind. He also announced Rs.20 crore for development of urban areas of Jind, Rs.10 crore for development of rural areas of Jind, Rs. Five crore each for rural areas of Narwana,  Safidon, Uchana and Julana. In addition, a scheme costing Rs.24 crore for strengthening sewerage system and Rs.21 crore for drainage system were also announced. Earlier, the Union Minister for Roads, Transport and Highways, Dr. C. P. Joshi, and the Haryana Chief Minister, Mr.Bhupinder Singh Hooda, inaugurated and laid the foundation stones of  various projects worth Rs 1,337.76 crore. These included Jind-Sonipat railway line, four-laning of Jind section of National Highway No.-71, four-lane Railway over Bridge over the Delhi-Bathinda railway line crossing Narwana-Jind-Rohtak road near Patiala Chowk, and construction of the link road between Jind-Safidon section and Jind-Rohtak road.  The new building at Government College for Women and Centre of Excellence building in I.T.I. were also inaugurated. While announcing new road map of development, Mr. Hooda described today as the historic day for the district Jind and said that the day would prove to be a milestone for the district. Amidst thunderous applause from the roaring crowd, he assured that in the years to come, Jind would be on top in terms of development. He said that today is a sacred day and anybody coming to Jind would not be able to recognize it as it would shortly be totally transformed. Launching a scathing attack on the INLD, Mr. Hooda said that while being in the government, the INLD-BJP government spent only Rs.533.40 crore in the district Jind despite having a MLA from the district, whereas the Congress government in the last seven years has spent a whopping Rs.2151.12 crore. He also referred to various drinking water schemes launched by his government for Narwana, Safidon, Julana, Uchana and Jind. While putting a question to the massive rally, Mr. Hooda asked if any of them would  tell any of the welfare scheme of Mr. Om Parkash Chautala for the benefit of farmers, Scheduled Castes and poor people. “ I can mention a number of them like 100 square yard free plots, reducing interest on cooperative loans, abolishing black law of arresting farmers for non payment of cooperative loans, scholarship to poor students and waiving off electricity bills, which have been implemented by our government. Congress government has implemented various welfare schemes for all sections of society during the seven years of its rule”, he added. While ridiculing some politicians for trying to divide the people on regional level, the Chief Minister said that he had never practiced the politics of regionalism and called upon the people of the state to serve the state in a united manner. Mr. Hooda also scoffed off the various strike (bandh) calls given by INLD. He said tha Ch. Devi Lal was a senior leader and he fought three elections against him from Rohtak. He rose to become the Deputy Prime Minister of the country and used to give call for national level bandh, the same party, the INLD then began calling for state level strikes but the same party has now started calling for district level strikes in Sirsa and later to city level strike at Dabwali. Next time they would resort to close their own house as their following was receding, he added. Union Minister for Roads, Transport and Highways, Dr. C. P. Joshi lauded the leadership of Mr. Hooda, who has risen above the divisions of caste, society and area to work for the people of the state. He also appreciated the efforts made by Congress MP Mr. Deepender Singh Hooda in taking up various developmental projects of the state with various Union Ministries.  He said that his ministry has launched various projects worth Rs.10,000 crore in the state of Haryana whereas the previous NDA government did not spent even a single penny.Dr. Joshi also targeted the opposition NDA in his speech. He said that history of the country has witnessed various efforts to  undermine the importance of democracy and Parliament. He said that two types of politics were being practiced in the country, one is being done at jantar-mantar, while the other is being done by remaining among the people. Congress MP Mr. Deepender Singh Hooda said that the projects launched today would prove to be an axis for the development of the district Jind in particular and state in general. He thanked the Union Minister for accepting various demands of the state and approving a number of ambitious projects.  He said that during the  previous seven years, Haryana has come back on the path of progress as serious efforts have been made by the government. He said that district Jind was one of the leading districts when Haryana was formed but there were some lapses which halted the progress. “Today, we have come to make a new beginning and I pledge to not to rest in next two and half years so that the district could take back its place of glory”, he added. Public Works (Building and Roads)  Minister Mr. Randeep Singh Surjewala also attacked the INLD for not developing the district and for police firing on innocent farmers at village Kandela. He said that the INLD leadership has no love for the people of Jind. He also lauded the efforts made by Congress MP Deepender Singh Hooda in taking up these projects with the Union Ministries. Congress Members of Parliament Mr. Jitender Malik, Dr. Ashok Tanwar, Education Minister Mrs. Geeta Bhukkal, Agriculture Minister Mr. Paramvir Singh, Chief Parliamentary Secretaries Mr. Jaivir Singh Balmiki and Mr. Prahalad Singh Gillankhera, Political Advisor to Chief Minister Prof. Virender Singh, MLAs Dr. Raghuvir Singh Kadian, Mr. Shri Krishan Hooda, Mr. Jagbir Singh Malik, Mr. Ram Niwas Ghorela, Mr. Zile Ram Ram Sharma, Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Dr. K.K. Khandelwal, Principal OSD Mr. M.S. Chopra, Media Advisor Mr. Sunder Pal Singh, Additional Media Advisors Mr. Kewal Dhingra and Mr. Sunil Parti, former Union Minister Mr. Jai Parkash, former MLAs I.G.Sher Singh, Mr. Bhag Singh Chhatar, Mr. Rambhaj, Mr. Bachhan Singh Arya, Mr. Kulbir Singh Malik, Mrs. Parsanni Devi, Mr. Dayanand Sharma, Dr. Virender Pal, Chairmen namely Mr. Sanjay Atri and Bajrang Dass Garg also participated in this massive rally.









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