Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has listed development work without any regional bias and discrimination as his government’s key achievement in past three years.
Speaking at the three-day Chintan Shivir (brainstorming session) at Timber Trail, in Parwanoo (Himachal Pradesh) on Friday, the CM said during the last three years, the state government has given a new direction to the political environment in Haryana and undertaken development work as promised in the BJP’s election manifesto without any regional bias and discrimination.
“I myself visited all the 90 Assembly constituencies of the state and announced various development projects irrespective of which party the legislator represented. In some cases, more development work has been undertaken in areas represented by Opposition MLAs,” Khattar said.
Exhorting the officers to work with dedication, the CM urged them to resolve inter-departmental issues.
As a result of the efforts by the state government, work on the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway which was pending since 2010 has been restarted and it would add yet another chapter to the development of Haryana, Khattar said.
The vegetable market at Gannaur in Sonipat and Hisar Airport are among the pending issues on which work has been restarted by the present government. Work should be done by rising above political considerations, Khattar added.
Chief secretary DS Dhesi said in the last three years, the state government has taken various steps towards providing efficient and proactive administration, eradication of corruption and improving sex ratio. The government is working with the spirit of Sabka Sath Sabka Vikas (collective efforts, inclusive growth) to ensure the development of all sections of society, he added.