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Haryana CM Khattar’s statement on farmers’ movement, there is only one option for reconciliation

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Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has said that the Agriculture Act is not only in the interest of the farmers but it will also help in increasing the productivity. Khattar said this on a question at a press conference here today on the occasion of 56th Haryana Day and completion of seven years of the government.

Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar called upon the farmers that the solution of any issue is possible only through dialogue. He said that the Central and State Governments are making efforts to get the Singhu and Tikri borders opened and hope that a solution will be found soon. The problem can be solved only through dialogue.

Khattar said that the state government has constituted a committee under the chairmanship of the Home Secretary in this matter. The conversation is still going on. Apart from this, the Supreme Court has also taken cognizance in this matter. Local residents and traders are very upset with the people traveling due to the closure of the border.

The Chief Minister said that the people sitting on the road should understand this problem of the local people, traders and common people commuting on this route and should come forward for talks. He said that the agricultural laws are related to the central government, Haryana has nothing to do with them, but the government supports these laws.

To a question, he said that transparency in jobs is the main goal of his government. Complete transparency is being maintained in the recruitments being done from Haryana Staff Selection Commission and Haryana Public Service Commission. His government has given 83 thousand government jobs in the last seven years without slips and expenses. People are coming to Chandigarh and appreciating transparency in recruitments. The appointments are being made only on the basis of merit and transparency.

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The Chief Minister said that the government is strict on the gang involved in copying and rigging papers. Action is being taken against such people continuously. In the previous governments, either FIR was not registered against such people, even if it did, it was thrown away. The Chief Minister said that the present government has so far registered 42 FIRs on such gangs and arrested the accused. Apart from this, action is also being taken against those issuing fake appointment letters in the name of recruitment in the Vidhan Sabha.

Common entrance exam will be held in Mart 2022
To a question, Khattar said that the Common Entrance Test for Group-C and D is likely to be conducted by March 2022. A letter has been written in this regard to the concerned agency. So far seven and a half lakh youth have registered for this. Whenever the advertisement for a job will be released, its portal will be opened again for registration.

To a question, the Chief Minister said that in the coming days he would visit all the 90 assembly constituencies of the state and interact with the people. Due to the Corona epidemic, the tour could not be done for some time. Now the programs for the next two months have been prepared, during which they will go among the people. He said that the office bearers of the market committees would be appointed before the procurement process of the upcoming Rabi crop. He said that the work of the committees is to establish coordination between farmers and traders in the mandis during the procurement of crops. This time the crop procurement is almost complete. Soon the government will take a decision in this regard.

The Chief Minister said that industries should also use CNG and PNG to protect the environment and reduce pollution. The National Green Authority has issued guidelines in this regard. He said that the state police was taking action against the criminals to maintain law and order. Police patrol has been increased. For this, 650 new vehicles have been given to the police department.

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