Chief Minister gave big relief to BPL card holders in Parivar Pahchan Patra, electricity bill slab abolished
While making a significant decision for the welfare of state’s residents, Haryana Chief Minister Sh. Manohar Lal said that previously, individuals with an income of Rs 1.80 lakh listed on their Parivar Pahchan Patra were denied BPL card benefits if their electricity bills amounted to Rs 12000. Now this slab has been abolished, eliminating the obligation of electricity bill.
In addition to this milestone decision, Chief Minister also announced to give 2 liters of mustard oil per month to every family holding a BPL ration card with an income of Rs 1.80 lakh.
Chief Minister was addressing the people at a function held in Faridabad today.
Highlighting the government’s commitment to improving healthcare infrastructure, he said that in 2014, there were 700 MBBS seats, and this number has been increased to 1900 with plans to further raise it to 3100, ensuring greater access to medical education.
Furthermore, Chief Minister commended the dedicated workers of the Bharatiya Janata Party, stating that they are essential in bringing the government’s pro-people policies to the general public.
He also stressed the importance of transparency in the recruitment process, emphasizing that jobs are now awarded based on merit, without any corruption. He highlighted the government’s initiatives, such as the Beti Bachao Beti Padhao campaign and anti-drug efforts, aimed at benefiting the common people. Education, healthcare, and safety have been given special attention, and the police force has been strengthened, with a significant increase in the number of women officers and personnel. The number of women in police has been increased from 6 percent to 11 percent and will further increase to 15 percent.
Chief Minister Manohar Lal also discussed the government’s commitment to creating employment opportunities through initiatives like Mission Swavalamban and the establishment of the Haryana Kaushal Rozgaar Nigam. Social security pensions and allowances have been introduced for various categories, including old age, widows, and the disabled. The government has also created the Foreign Corporation Department, facilitating job opportunities for youth abroad.
Union Minister of State for Energy and Heavy Industries, Krishan Pal Gujar commended the dedication of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Manohar Lal, emphasizing their selfless service to the nation. He highlighted the exceptional efforts of Chief Minister Manohar Lal in providing government jobs with utmost transparency and efficiency. Over the last nine years, a remarkable 110,000 jobs have been created. Additionally, he mentioned the significant achievement of providing round-the-clock electricity to all villages. He expressed his optimism that both the country and the state are on a path of progress and development.
On this occasion, State Transport Minister Mool Chand Sharma, Faridabad MLA Narendra Gupta, MLA Seema Trikha and MLA Rajesh Nagar and other party workers were remained present.